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Full text of "Index catalogue of the Pollokshields District Library"

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
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INDEX CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

POLLOKSHIELDS 
DISTRICT LIBRARY. 




GLASGOW: 

PRINTED FOR THE CORPORATION COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES AT 

THE UNIVERSITY PRESS BY ROBERT MACLEHOSB <k CO. LTD. 

March, 1909. 



Price in Paper Cover, FOURPENCE. 
In Cloth, E1GHTPENCE. 



Glasgow 

Corporation public libraries. 



INDEX CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



POLLOKSHIELDS 
DISTRICT LIBRARY 




GLASGOW: 

PRINTED FOR THE CORPORATION COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES AT 
THE UNIVERSITY PRESS BY ROBERT MACLEHOSE <k CO. LTD. 

March, 1909. 



The Catalogue of the Juvenile Section is issued 
separately. Price One Penny. 



Catalogues of all the other District Libraries may 
be purchased or consulted at the Pollokshields 
Library, or may be borrowed as Library books 
for use at home. Borrowers should ask for the 
catalogue required by the number given below: 



Pollokshields - 


01916 


Kingston - - 


- 01907 


Anderston - - 


01905 


Kinning Park 


- 01906 


Bridgeton - - 


01913 


Maryhill - - 


- 01909 


Dennistoun - - 


01910 


Parkhead - - 


- 01914 


Gorbals - - - 


01904 


Springburn - 


- 01912 


Govanhill - - 


01911 


Woodside - - 


- 01908 



Hutchesontown 01915 



CONTENTS. 



C- 



PAGK 

Committee iv 

Library Service v 

Introduction : 

Glasgow Corporation Public Libraries ... vi 

Formation and Use of the Libraries - - - - vi 

Pollokshields District Library vii 

The Catalogue - - - viii 

Bye-Laws and Eegulations xi 

Hints on the Use or Books xiv 

Classification xv 

Table of Subject-Headings Arranged in Order of Classi- 
fication - - - - xvi 

Blind. Statement as to Books for the Blind - - - xxxviii 
List of Writers of Books in Languages other than 

English xxxix 

List of Newspapers and Periodicals Taken at Pollok- 
shields, Anderston, Bridgeton, Dennistoun, Gorbals, 
govanhill, hutchesontown, kingston, klnning park, 
Maryhill, Parkhead, Springburn, Townhead, and 

Woodside Libraries, and the Rankin Reading Room xli 
Directions to Borrowers on Use of Indicator and Method 

of Issue lvi 

Abbreviations ---------- lvi 

List of Dramatists - 95 

List of Essayists - 109 

List of Novelists - - 115 

Music 23S 

List of Poets - - - 268 

List of Authors of Collected Sermons . - . 306 

Additions during Printing 376 

List of Books placed in the open cases in the Reading 

Rooms, not for Circulation xxix-xxxviii 



in 



327919 



COMMITTEE ON LIBRARIES. 

The Lord Provost. Councillor Samuel Hoey. 

Bailie Shaw Maxwell. Councillor Thomas J. Irwin. 

Bailie William Borland. Councillor William C. Martin. 

Bailie Arch. Campbell. Councillor J. H. Mathieson. 

Bailie Thomas Paxton. Councillor Matthew Mitchell. 

Dean of Guild Campbell. Councillor Alexander Murray. 

Councillor James Barrie. Councillor William M'Neil. 

Councillor John Battersby. Councillor John W. Pratt. 

Councillor Thomas R. Cosh. Councillor D. M. Stevenson. 

Councillor William Davidson. 

Councillor John Battersby, Convener. 

Councillor Alexander Murray, Sub-Convener. 



Sub-Committee on Finance. 

The Lord Provost. Councillor James H. Mathieson, 

Bailie Archibald Campbell. Councillor Alexander Murray. 

Councillor James Barrie. Councillor William M'Neil. 

Councillor William Davidson. Councillor D. M. Stevenson. 

Councillor Thomas J. Irwin. 

Councillor James Barrie, Convener. 



Sub-Committee on Literati ki. 
The Lord Provost. Councillor Thomas R. Cosh. 

Bailie Shaw Maxwell. Councillor Samuel Hoey. 

Bailie William Borland. Councillor Thomas J. Irwin. 

Bailie Archibald Campbell. Councillor William C. Martin. 

Councillor John Battersby. Councillor John W. Pratt. 

Bailie Archibald Campbell, Convener. 



Sub-Committee on Sites and Buildings for District Libraries. 

The Lord Provost. Councillor Samuel Hoey. 

Bailie Shaw Maxwell. Councillor Thomas J. Irwin. 

Bailie William Borland. Councillor James H. Mathieson. 

Bailie Thomas Paxton. Councillor Matthew Mitchell. 

Dean of Guild Campbell. Councillor Alexander Murray. 

Councillor John Battersby. Councillor William M'Xeil. 

Councillor Thomas R. Cosh. Councillor D. M. Stevenson. 
Councillor John Battersb}\ Convener. 

iv 



LIBRARY SERVICE. 



City Librarian : Francis Thornton Barrett. 

The Mitchell Library, Miller Street. For reference only. 

175,000 volumes ; 500 current periodicals. 

Sub-Librarian : Robert Adams. 

Chief Assistant : "Robert Bain. 

Senior Assistants : John McGuffie, John Barr. 

District Libraries. 

Superintendent of District Libraries : John McDonald. 

Chief Assistant : Miss M. Cochrane. 

Pollokshields Library, Leslie Street. 

Librarian : Lachlan M. Ewing ; Sub-Librarian : Miss H. Mann. 

Anderstos Library, Macintyre Street. 

Librarian : William J. Phillips ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. Turner. 

Bridgeton Library, Landressy Street. 

Librarian : John Roy ; Sab -Librarian : Miss J. Watson. 

Dennistoun Library, Craigpark. 

Librarian : Charles A. Bradley ; Sub- Librarian : Miss A. Reid. 

Gorbals Library, 150, Main Street, S.S. 

Librarian : John Keith ; Sub-Librarian : Miss J. Cornfoot. 

Govanhill Library, Langside Road and Calder Street. 

Librarian : Edgar H. Parsons ; Sub-Librarian : Miss J. Ingram. 

Hutch esontown Library, M'Neil Street. 

Librarian : Robert D. Macleod ; Sub-Librarian : Miss E. Mclntyre. 

Kingston Library, 330, Paisley Road. 

Librarian : Joseph Norrie ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. MacBain. 

Kinning Park Library, West Scotland Street. 

Sub-Librarian : Miss M. Kellie ; Assistant : Miss M. Torrance. 

Maryhill Library, 162, Wyndford Street. 

Librarian : Charles W. Hedden ; Sub-Librarian : Miss E. Turner. 

Parkhead Library, Great Eastern Road. 

Librarian : Alfred D. Gunnee ; Sub -librarian : Miss J. Maclachlan. 

Springburn Library, Ayr Street and Vulcan Street. 

Librarian : Amos Clare ; Sub-Librarian : Miss F. Mackenzie. 

Townhead Library, Castle Street. 

Librarian : Alexander Strain ; Sub-Librarian : Miss M. Mackinnon, 

Woodside Library, 343, St. George's Road. 

Librarian: Frederic Kent ; Sub - Libra r ian : Miss I. Wallace. 

Rankin Public Reading Room, 79, White vale Street. 

Keeper : Marr Grieve. 

v 



GLASGOW 
CORPORATION PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



The Corporation Public Libraries of Glasgow are established and main- 
tained under the powers and provisions of the Glasgow Corporation 
(Tramways, Libraries, etc.) Act, 1899. The clauses of that Act relating 
to Libraries are in general effect in agreement with those of the Public 
Libraries (Scotland) Acts, 1887 and 1894, except that the management 
of the libraries is placed in the hands of the Corporation solely. 

The scheme of District Libraries adopted by the Corporation in- 
cludes sixteen Libraries and two Reading Rooms. The Libraries are of 
three grades, the largest being placed in the most densely populated 
districts. First-grade Libraries are placed in Anderston, Bridgeton, 
Gorbals, Townhead, and Woodside. Second-grade Libraries in 
Dennistoun, Govanhill, Hutchesontown, Kingston, Maryhill, Park- 
head, and Springburn. Third-grade Libraries in Hillhead, Kinning 
Park, Langside, and Pollokshields. Sites have not yet been secured 
for Hillhead and Langside. The Library at Gorbalfl is located in 
the large halls attached to the Public Baths, which are : :rom 

the Baths Committee for the purpose ; for the other Libraries new 
buildings have been provided. 

The cost of the buildings for the Distal ries has been 

by the great liberality of Dr. And; rnegie, who for this purpose 

has made the munificent gift of £120,000, including £5,000 _ r iv<n to 
Kinning Park, prior to that burgh being united with the City, and 
£15,000 for the Libraries at Hillhead and ted. 

Each branch library contains a lending department : a large general 
reading and news room, with newspapers and magazines, and an open 
collection of reference and other books ; a reading room for women ; 
reading rooms for boys and girls ; and the necessary staff and store 
accommodation. 

FORMATION AND USE OF THE LTBRAPvIES. 

In the selection of the books forming the several branches of the 
lending department, what may be termed a principle of variation or 
differentiation has been observed. It is recognised that there are 
many books which by reason of their importance or popularity must 
be placed in each of the district libraries ; but as far as possible 



INTRODUCTION. 

definite subjects, as for example dyeing, or socialism, or electrical 
engineering, are represented by different books in the different 
libraries. The same principle of variation has been applied in the 
selection of the newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals pro- 
vided for the service of the various reading and news rooms. By 
this means each branch library becomes complementary or supple- 
mentary to all the others, and the total range of literature thus 
made available for the service of readers is largely increased. 

In order to render the collections thus formed as easily and generally 
accessible as possible, all persons who qualify as borrowers under 
the Rules are at liberty to draw books from any branch, though not 
from two at the same time. At each library the catalogues of all the 
others, as far as published, are available for consultation, and the 
student who has ■ exhausted the resources of the library he usually 
visits is able to see there what books in his subject may be had from 
the other branch libraries. As a further convenience to borrowers, 
there has been instituted a daily exchange service between all the 
branch libraries and a central point, by means of which any borrower 
is enabled to have books (other than novels) sent from any branch 
library to the library nearest his home, from which they are issued 
in the usual way. 



POLLOKSHIELDS DISTRICT LIBRARY. 

The Pollokshields District Library occupies a site at the corner of 
Leslie and Kenmure Streets. The main entrance gives access on the 
left to the General Reading Room (58 feet by 27 feet), on the right 
to the Ladies' Reading Room (24 feet by 17 feet), and immediately 
behind to the Lending Department (49 feet by 27 feet). The Juvenile 
Reading Rooms, for which a separate entrance is provided, occupy 
the upper floor, and accommodate 80 boys and 40 girls. The building 
has been erected from designs by Mr. Thomas G. Gilmour, architect. 

The reading matter provided in the Reading Rooms consists of 
37 daily and weekly newspapers, 25 weekly periodicals and 45 monthly 
and quarterly magazines, along with a collection of 362 volumes of 
reference and other books in open book -cases for use in the rooms 
only. The Juvenile Reading Rooms are provided with a stock of books 
suitable for the use of boys and girls. In the Lending Department 
there is accommodation for 20,000 volumes, and the present stock 
consists of 7,700 volumes. 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

THE CATALOGUE. 

The alphabetical form of catalogue has been adopted, as being that 
which, on the whole, is best qualified to satisfy the requirements and 
meet the convenience of the borrowers, and to make the resources of 
the Library readily accessible to them. In consulting a catalogue of a 
library the reader desires to ascertain if a certain work by a given 
author is in the library, or what works of that author are there ; or he 
wishes to find a particular book on some given subject, or what works 
on that subject are available ; or he is looking for a book bearing 
some given title. To meet these questions the books in the Library 
are in this catalogue entered under the names of their authors (in 
small capitals), under the subjects with which they deal (in clarendon 
type), and under their titles (in ordinary type). All these entries are 
arranged in one alphabetical sequence, so that the reader who is 
looking for a book by a given author, or on a given subject, or bearing 
a given title, will at once find the entry of it, if it be in the library. 
For readers who desire to survey as a whole any one of the larger classes 
or groups of related subjects, there is provided the means described 
under the heading "Classification" in a subsequent paragraph. 

In the case of authors who are known by more than one name, the 
name entered is that which is thought to be the one most generally 
known and used (Baroness Orczy, not Mrs. MONTAGU Barstow ; 
Vernon Lee, not Violet Paget). In a few cases, however, where 
a well-known name has been replaced by a title or other later form, 
which is coming into general use, the latter has been used, as Lord 
Avebury, not Sir John Lubbock. References have been inserted 
where it appeared to be necessary, but the preparation of a full 
reference list of pseudonyms and alternative forms of names, which 
will be applicable to the catalogues of all the district libraries, is 
held over for separate issue, together with other matters common to 
all the catalogues. Similarly, the words chosen as subject-headings 
are those in most general use, references being made here also when 
thought necessary. 

Classification'. — In order to link together allied or related subjects, 
and so in some degree to combine the convenience of reference secured by 
the alphabetical arrangement with the advantages pertaining to the 
classified form of catalogue, two methods have been adopted. In the first 
place a tentative system of references has been introduced in the body of 
the catalogue. At the larger subject-headings, representing or covering 
one or other of the main departments of literature, after the titles of 
the books relating to that subject, there is entered a list of subordinate 
or subsidiary subject-headings connected with it, and consequently 

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INTRODUCTION. 

more or less closely related to each other ; and at each of these subject- 
headings there is a reference back to the main heading "for related 
subjects." An example will explain. At the heading Arts, Useful, 
there is a list of subordinate headings, representing different depart- 
ments or divisions of useful arts. One of these is Commerce, and at 
that entry will be found a reference back to Arts, Useful, for a list 
of related subjects. After the titles of the books on commerce, there 
is further a list of subjects included within that branch of useful 
arts, one of which subjects is Business. Accordingly, at Business will 
be found a reference back to Commerce for a list of related subjects, 
and, as before, a reference forward to sub-headings under Business, 
as for instance Advertising. Briefly, the references are back to the 
superior heading for guidance to related subjects, and forward to the 
subordinate or divisional headings. 

The other method referred to consists in the preparation of a list of 
the subject-headings which occur in alphabetical order throughout the 
catalogue, but arranged in a classified or methodical order. Under 
the main heading Science, for instance, will be found the headings 
which constitute the divisions and sub-divisions of that important 
department of literature. Together, this table and the system of 
references, will enable any reader who desires to do so to find what the 
library contains in the various departments of any of the larger 
divisions of literature. It should be stated that geographical subject- 
headings (names of countries, provinces, counties, towns, etc.) are not 
referred in the body of the catalogue, but they will be found classified 
in the table. See pages xxvi-xxviii. 

Brief Annotation. — In many cases where the title-page of a book 
fails to indicate the character and scope of the work, brief explanatory 
notes have been added, sometimes in square brackets in the title, and 
sometimes by a line of small type below. 

Dates of Publication have (except in the case of novels) been 
inserted where space permitted. It may be taken that undated books 
are with few exceptions of recent issue. 

Contents and Analysis. — The contents of collected editions of an 
author's works, volumes of essays, etc., have been set out; and the 
several essays and works contained in them entered in their places in 
the catalogue under the appropriate headings, with an indication that 
the essay or other matter is contained In the work named. By this 
means the catalogue becomes to a considerable extent an index to many 
works of a collectaneous character, and much matter is brought to the 
knowledge of readers which would not otherwise appear. For instance, 
of the nine titles quoted under the subject-heading Health, six are 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

of volumes wholly devoted to that subject, the other three being 
chapters in volumes of a more general kind. 

The abbreviations ill., maps, port., mem., bibl., following many 
titles mean respectively that the book so marked contains illustrations, 
or maps, or a portrait or memoir of the person whose name is the first 
word of the entry, or a bibliography. This last feature will be found 
useful ; it means that the book to which it is appended contains a list 
of works relating to the subject indicated by the heading, or to the 
person whose name commences the line. 

Numbering. — A system of numbering has been adopted which 
secures a fairly close classification of the books on the shelves, and at 
the same time serves all library purposes save that of accession number 
only. Fiction, poetical works, and essays by individual authors, and 
individual biography, have numbers composed of letters and figures, 
the letter being the initial of the author in the three first-named, and 
of the subject in biography. In fiction the letter is placed between 
figures, in biography before figures, and in poetry after figures ; the 
marking for essays is the same as for fiction, with the letter E prefixed. 
All other books (except volumes of periodicals) have a number which is 
both a classification and a book number. It consists of five figures, of 
which the first three are, with some departures, the leading figures 
in Mr. Melvil Dewey's "Decimal classification," and the last two 
the number of the book within that group. 

A complete list of writers of works of fiction in the catalogue will be 
found under the heading "Fiction" (p. 115); of poetical works 
under "Poets" (p. 268); of dramatic works under "Drama" (p. 95); 
of essay writers under "Essays" (p. 109); and of writers of sermons 
under "Sermons" (p. 306). On pp. xxxix-xl will be found lists of 
writers in languages other than English. 



GLASGOW CORPORATION PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



BYE-LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT 
OF THE DISTRICT LIBRARIES. 

1. In these Bye-laws the word " Library " shall mean any and every 
District Public Library or Reading Room under the control or manage- 
ment of the Corporation of Glasgow, and the rooms, passages, and other 
adjuncts thereof; the expression "The Librarian" shall include the 
City Librarian and his Assistants ; and the word " Book " shall include 
newspapers, periodicals, pictures, maps, and other matter of a similar 
nature ; and such words as indicate the singular shall include the plural, 
and the plural the singular, and those indicating males include females. 

2. The City Librarian shall have the general charge of the Libraries, 
and shall be responsible for the safe keeping of the books and all other 
property belonging thereto. 

3. The Libraries shall be open to the public free of charge on such 
days and during such hours as the Corporation, or the Committee 
appointed by them for the management of the Libraries, may from 
time to time direct ; and the Corporation or Committee shall have 
power to close any one or all of the Libraries wholly or partially during 
such time as they may think fit. The Librarian may exclude persons 
whose conduct or condition is in contravention of these Bye-laws ; but 
persons so excluded may appeal to the Committee on Libraries. 

4. No person who is intoxicated, uncleanly in person or clothing, or 
who is suffering from an infectious or offensive disease, shall enter or 
be allowed to remain in any Library. No audible conversation shall be 
permitted in any Reading Room, nor shall any person partake of 
refreshments, whistle, smoke, spit, or sleep therein, or bring in any 
animal, or any cycle, or other cumbrous or inconvenient article ; and 
no person shall interfere with the arrangements for conducting any 
Library, or with the comfort of any readers therein, or use the Library 
for any purposes other than those for which it is intended. 

5. No person shall take any book from any book-case or shelf of a 
Library, except from the open shelves ; or remove any book or other 
article from a Reading Room ; or pass within any barrier or enclosure 
unless by special permission of the Librarian. The admission of persons 
under fourteen years of age to any Reading Room shall be in the 
discretion of the Committee on Libraries or the Librarian. 

6. Books may be borrowed from the Lending Departments by Rate- 
payers of the City of Glasgow, and by other persons over fourteen years 
of age who reside or who are employed within the municipal boundaries. 
Persons desiring to become Borrowers must apply for and fill up the 
forms provided for the purpose, which contain an undertaking to con- 
form to these Bye-laws and Regulations, and a guarantee to make 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

good any loss or damage occurring to books while in their possession. 
Ratepayers may sign the guarantee in their own behalf ; Non-rate- 
payers must obtain the guarantee of a Ratepayer. Persons from eight 
to fourteen years of age may borrow books from the Juvenile Depart- 
ments on obtaining the necessary guarantee. Any person otherwise 
qualified, who does not furnish the guarantee of a Ratepayer, may 
obtain a Borrower's ticket on leaving with the Librarian a deposit of 
Ten Shillings, which will be held during the currency of the ticket as 
security for the return in good condition of books borrowed, and for 
the payment of any fines incurred. All tickets and guarantees shall 
be valid for two years from the date of issue, unless previously 
surrendered or cancelled. 

7. Any Ratepayer who has become Guarantor for a Borrower, and 
desires to withdraw his guarantee, shall give notice thereof in writing 
to the Librarian, who shall grant a release as soon as he shall have 
ascertained that no liability exists in connection with the said Borrower. 

8. The Borrower must produce his Library ticket each time application 
is made for a book, and each time a book is returned to the Library. 

9. A Borrower shall have the use of only one ticket, upon which 
only one work may be issued at a time. Books may be borrowed from 
and returned to any Lending Library ; and on filling in and lodging a 
special request form at any Library, a book (other than fiction and 
books for juveniles) may be had from another Library on the following 
or second day, provided the book is not at the time in the hands of 
another Borrower. 

10. Borrowers are cautioned against transferring or losing their 
tickets, as they and their Guarantors will be held responsible for all 
books borrowed from any Library on such tickets ; on ceasing to use a 
ticket, the Borrower must return the same to the Library to which it 
belongs, for cancellation. Changes of residence must be intimated, in 
writing, within one week to the Librarian. 

11. Books borrowed shall be returned to a Library within ten days. 
If not so returned, a fine of one penny shall be paid by the Borrower 
for the first week or portion of a w r eek following ; and if not returned 
within one week after the expiry of the original ten days, a further 
fine of one half-penny shall be paid for each day the book is longer 
detained. A loan may be renewed if the book be not required by any 
other Borrower. 

12. If a Borrower fails to return a book within four weeks from the 
date of issue without having renewed his right to it in the interval, the 
Librarian shall request its immediate return, by post-card, letter, or 
otherwise, and the fines for non-return and the cost of recovery of the 
book shall be payable by the Borrower or his Guarantor. 

13. Borrowers and Readers are required to protect the books from 
injury while in their possession. They shall not soil any book, nor cut 
or tear any of its leaves, maps, pictures, or any other part, or turn 
dow T n corners, or write or make any mark on any part of the book, or 
otherwise damage it or its binding. They shall not remove or erase 
or otherwise interfere with any official number, date, or other mark 
upon the book or its labels. In wet weather, Borrowers must protect 
books from wetting during conveyance to or from the Library. In the 
event of any book being lost or injured the Reader, or the Borrower or 

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BYE-LAWS AND REGULATIONS. 

his Guarantor will, in addition to the fines for non-return, be required 
to pay a sum sufficient to repair or replace the book. 

14. Books shall be borrowed and returned only by Borrowers in 
person or by responsible messengers, who shall be competent to take 
due care of the books and tickets. The Librarian shall have power to 
refuse books to persons whom he considers unfit to take proper care 
of them. 

15. Borrowers must examine their books as early as possible after 
receiving them, so that if they are imperfect or damaged the same 
may be reported to the Librarian at once. Otherwise they shall be 
responsible for the said imperfection or damage. 

16. Borrowers may propose books for addition to the Libraries, or 
make other suggestions, on forms provided for this purpose at each 
Library, which shall be submitted to the Committee on Libraries for 
their consideration. All proposals or suggestions must be signed and 
address stated by the proposer. 

17. Borrowers in whose homes there is any infectious disease must 
deliver books and tickets in their possession to the Sanitary Authority 
of the City, and must make no further use of the Libraries until the 
house has been declared free from infection. Any Borrower who 
neglects to comply with this regulation shall lose the use of his Library 
ticket, and shall not be allowed to borrow books again without the 
consent of the Committee on Libraries. 

18. The books on the " Open Shelves " in the Reading Rooms shall be 
available, without written application, but for use in these Rooms only. 

19. Persons reading any magazine or other periodical must surrender 
the same within fifteen minutes after it has been asked for by another 
reader. 

20. Any person contravening or offending against the foregoing Bye- 
laws and Regulations may be excluded or removed from the Library by 
the Librarian or by any police constable instructed by him for such 
purpose, and such person shall also be liable to the statutory penalties 
provided for under the Glasgow Corporation (Tramways, Libraries, 
etc.) Act, 1899. 

Signed in name and by appointment of the Corporation, this 
Twenty-first day of November, Nineteen hundred and one. 

(Signed) SAMUEL CHISHOLM, Lord Provost. 
WILLIAM FIFE, Convener. 
J. D. MARWICK, Town Clerk. 

©Glasgow, 10th January, 1902. I allow and confirm the fore- 
going Bye-laws. 
(Signed) ROBERT BERRY, Sheriff of Lanarkshire. 



xm 



A FEW WORDS TO BORROWERS ON THE USE AND 
TREATMENT OF BOOKS. 

In connection with the system of lending out books from the Public 
Libraries for home reading, a few words as to the manner and spirit in 
which the books should be used may be permitted, and may in some cases 
be useful. It frequently happens that books suffer much injury from 
want of thought and want of care, without any ill intention on the part 
of the person through whom such injury occurs. 

It may be pointed out that the books in the Libraries are the property 
of the citizens, and that it is altogether in the interest of the borrowers 
themselves that each one of them should avoid any practice calculated 
to diminish the usefulness of the books. With careful and considerate 
treatment a book will last far longer, and serve a much greater number 
of readers, than if exposed to careless or reckless usage. 

Great care should be taken to avoid soiling the books. The hands 
should be washed before reading, and even then the very had though w ry 
prevalent liabit of wetting finger or thumb to turn the leaf xhoxdd be avoided. 
If the book be read at meal times every precaution should be taken to 
prevent its being in any way soiled or marked, and it should be kept 
well away from food or cups or glasses. When the book is not in use it 
should be kept in a secure place provided for it, out of the reach of 
young children. It is an excellent plan to keep a wrapper of clean paper 
about the book during the time it is in the borrower's possession. 

The place of reading should be marked by the insertion of a piece of 
clean paper as a book mark, not by turning down the corner or fore-edge 
of the leaf or by putting in any bulky article, as pencils, scissors, etc. 

No writing or other marking of any kind is permitted on any book 
belonging to the Libraries ; nor any cutting, tearing, or other injury to 
a book or any part of it. In wet weather the books must be protected 
by a covering during carriage from and to the Library. 

It is requested that any injury or imperfection in any book be 
immediately pointed out by the borrower to whom the book is issued. 



Should infectious disease occur in houses where there are 
Library books, the book or books and Borrower's ticket must 
not be returned to the Library, but handed over to any Officer 
of the Sanitary Authority of the City for disinfection or 
destruction. A similar course should be followed in the case 
of books which have been in the hands of persons suffering 
from consumption. 

xiv 



CLA SSIFICA TION. 



CLASSIFICATION. 



TABLE OF SUBJECT-HEADINGS. 



In the catalogue, the various subject-headings, whether general or 
specific, occur at their places in alphabetical sequence. The classified or 
methodical arrangement of the same subject-headings contained in the 
pages immediately following has been prepared for the convenience of 
students and readers who may desire to refer to all the entries belonging 
to one or other of the larger departments of literature, so far as 
represented in this library. Under the heading Sociology, for instance, 
are assembled all the subsidiary headings belonging to that class, 
arranged in related groups and sections ; so that the student of Sociology 
is enabled, by referring to these headings and the body of the catalogue, 
to ascertain what the library possesses in that department of knowledge 
or of speculation. The scheme of classification used in this table, as 
also in the numbering of the books, is (with some departures) the 
" decimal" classification devised by Mr. Melvil Dewey of New York 
now very largely used by libraries in many parts of the world. 

The words in the table marked with an asterisk (*) are not them- 
selves subject-headings, but are inserted to give the necessary connexion 
between preceding and following headings. 



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GENERAL AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL HEADINGS* 



BOOKS 

Book-collectors. Printing. Book- 
binding. Manuscripts. Illus- 
tration. Indexing. Reading. 
Clippings. Authorship. Re- 
viewing. Copyright. Pam- 
phlets 

LIBRARIES 

London Library 



ENCYCLOPEDIAS 



Fallacies 



PERIODICALS 



NEWSPAPERS. JOURNALISM 

Glasgow Herald. Edinburgh 

Review 
War correspondence 



PHILOSOPHY 



Meditations. Science. Being. 
Knowledge. Existence. Caus- 
ation. Personality. Soul. 
Transmigration 

MIND AND BODY 

Coincidence 

Brain. Personality 

Concentration 

Mental derangements* 

- Insanity. Folly. Memory 
Superstition 

- Whims. Ghosts. Supernatural. 

Illusions. Oracles. Second sight. 
Witchcraft. Demonology. Pal- 
mistry. Spiritualism 

Hypnotism. Psychical research 

Sleep. Dreams 

Genius 

Physiognomy 

- Expression 

PHILOSOPHIES* 

Aristotelianism. Epicureanism. 
Idealism. Transcendentalism. 
Mysticism. Pantheism. Pla- 
tonism. Positivism. Stoicism. 
Sufis m 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Children 

Psycho-physics 

Intellect 

- Genius 
Senses. Brain 
Reason 
Memory 
Imagination 
Emotions. Passions 
Will 



Fallacies 



ETHICS. 



LOGIC 



CONDUCT OF LIFE. 
DUTY 



Man 

Maxims 

Character 

Experience 

Theories.* Philosophy of ethics* 

- Christian life. Right. Happiness. 

Utilitarianism. Conscience. 

Compromise 
State ethics* 

- Citizenship. Patriotism. Peace. 

War 
Family ethics* 

- Marriage. Divorce. Woman. 

Mothers. Children. Girls. 

Youth. Home. Servants 
Business ethics 

- Gambling. Success. Thrift 
Social ethics* 

- Humanism. Society. Etiquette. 

Conversation. Truth. Friend- 
ship. Love. Charity. Com- 
pensation. Solitude. Leisure. 
Play 
Temperance 

- Tobacco. Opium 
Other ethical topics* 

- Middle age. Old age. Vivisection 

Heroism. Courage. Duelling 
Suicide. Pleasantness. Tolera 
tion. Worry. Good. Evil 
Humanitarianism. Idlers. Pru 
dence. Purity 



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CLASSIFICA TION. 



RELIGION 



THEOLOGY, NATURAL* 

Deism. Theism 
Atheism 

- Scepticism. Agnosticism 
Pantheism 

Creation. Evolution 
Religion and science 

- Hand 
Evil 
Future state 

BIBLE 

Bible versions. Bible commen- 
taries. Bible dictionaries and 
concordances. Bible science. 
Bible characters 

Bible, Old Testament 

- Creation. Deluge. Jews. Com- 

mandments. Prophecy 
Bible, New Testament 

- Apostles. Miracles. Parables. 

Lord's Prayer 

DOCTRINAL. * DOGMATICS. * 

THEOLOGY 

Ritschlianism 
God* 

- Holy Spirit 

Inspiration 

Jesus Christ 

- Incarnation. Atonement. Sacrifice. 

Miracles. Parables 
Man* 

- Sin. Soul 
Salvation 

- Belief. Faith. Eedemption. Free 
will. Predestination 

Demonology 
Eschatology* 

- Death. Millennium 
Angels 

Future state 

- Heaven. Hell 
Creeds. Catechism 

- Athanasian creed. Westminster 

confession 
Christian evidences. Christianity 

- Religion and science 

THEOLOGY, DEVOTIONAL* 

Devotional exercises 
Meditations. Reflection 



THEOLOGY, DEVOTIONAL 

Table-talk 
Hymns 
Christian life 

- Fanaticism. Pilgrimages 
Prayer 

THEOLOGY, HOMILETIC. * 
THEOLOGY, PASTORAL 
Preaching 
Sermons 

Evangelicalism 
Mothers' meetings 

CHURCH 

Christian institutions 
Church and state 
Church polity 

- Ministry. Priesthood. Parish 

clerk 
Church law 
Sunday 
Worship 

- Prayer book 

- Fasts and feasts 

- Prayer 
Sacraments 

- Baptism. Lord's Supper 
Missions 

Revivals 

CHURCH HISTORY 

Christianity 
Crusades 
Reformation 
Monasticism 

- Monasteries. Culdees. Benedic- 

tines. Jesuitism. Nuns 
Persecution* 

- Martyrs. Huguenots. Port Royalists 
Heresies* 

- Mysticism. Port Royalists 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND 
SECTS * 

Church 

Roman Catholicism 

- Popes 
Church, England 

- Clapham Sect. Oxford movement. 

Thirty-nine articles 



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RELIGION— Continued 



CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND 
SECTS *— CantinvM 

Nonconformity 
Protestantism 

- Calvinism 
Church of Scotland 

- Free Church. Relief Church. 

United Presbyterian. Covenan- 
ters. Church of Scotland, Epis- 
copal 

Puritanism 

Baptists 

Methodism 

Unitarianism 



CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND 
SECTS ~— Continued 

Swedenborgianism 

Quakers 

Spiritualism 

RELIGIONS 

Non-Christian religions* 

- Paganism 

- Mythology 

- Hinduism. Brahmanism. Bud- 

dhism. Jews. Essenes. Talmud. 
Mohammedanism. Taoism. Con- 
fucianism 



SOCIOLOGY 



Civilization 

Society 

Reform 

Progress 

Statistics* 

- Demography. 



Population 



POLITICAL SCIENCE 
Citizenship 
Commonwealths 
Individualism 
Government 
Form of state* 

- Village communities. Democracy. 

Aristocracy. Kingship. Des- 
potism. Republicanism 
Internal relations* 

- Liberty 
Elections 

- Reform. "Woman suffrage 
Colonies* 

- Colonies, British 

- - Darien Company 

Imperialism. Imperial federation 

Emigration 

Slavery 

Parliament 

- Long Parliament. Commons, 

House of. Lords, House of 
Public meetings 
Parties, Political 

- Conservatism. Liberalism. Radi- 

calism. Chartism 

POLITICAL ECONOMY 

Capital. Property. Income. 
Labour. Wages 



POLITICAL ECONOMY-' 

- "Wealth. "Woman 

- Labouring classes* 
Agricultural cUusi 

- - Rural depopulation. Crofters 

- - Housing of working cla 

- - Thrift 

Trade unions 

Unemployed 

Money 

- Ranking 

- Loans 

- Coins and medals 

- - Exchange 

- Stock exchange 

- Investments. Interest 

- Mining 
Land 

- Allotrm 
Co-operation 

- Mortgages. Friendly societies 
Socialism. Communism 

- Arnana Society. Aurora Commune. 

Bethel Commune. Harmon! 
Perfectionists. Shakers 
Finance 

- Taxation 
Land 

- National debt 

Free trade and protection 

- Imperial federation 
Production. Industry 

- "Wheat. Cotton. Factories. Guilds. 

Railways. Trusts 
Pauperism* 

- Charitv. Poor 



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CLASSIFICATION, 



SOCIOLOGY— Continued 



LAW 



Law, International 
Constitutions* 

- Great Britain, Constitution 
Criminal law* 

- Crime. Criminals. Murder. Trials. 

Capital punishment. Police. 
Prisons . 
Law of special subjects* 

- Commercial law. Arbitration. 

Conveyancing. Copyright. Fac- 
tories. Joint stock companies. 
Motor cars. Maritime law. 

"Workmen's Compensation Act, 



1906. 



Magistrates 



ADMINISTRATION* 

Imperial federation 

Civil service 

Pensions 

Local government 

- Cities. Police 
Government 

Military and naval art and science* 

- Rifle 

- Army. War 
Infantry* 

'Black Watch.' City Imperial 

Volunteers. Highland Brigade. 
Militia 

Cavalry 

Batteries 

- Navy 

ASSOCIATIONS AND INSTITU- 
TIONS* 
Charity 
Prisons 

- Dartmoor Prison 
Secret societies 

- Freemasonrv. Rosicrucians 
Clubs. Guilds 
Insurance 



EDUCATION 

Schools 

- School boards. Children. Boys. 

Deaf and dumb. Technical 
education. Manual training 
Elementary education* 

- Kindergarten. Cardboard model- 

ling. Nature study 
Culture 

- Self-culture. Study. Conversa- 

tion. Debating. Lectures 
Humanism 
Woman 
Universities 

- Glasgow University. Oxford Uni- 

versity 

COMMERCE. COMMUNICATION* 

Fur-trading. Postage stamps. 
Transportation. Railways. 
Forth and Clyde canal. Sea. 
Mercantile marine 



CUSTOMS 

Costume. Care of person* 

- Toilet 
Family 
Burial* 

- Urn-burial 

Public and social customs* 

- Dining. Christmas. Kingship 
Etiquette 

Woman's position* 

- "Woman 



Gypsies 
Folk-lore. 

- Legends. 

craft 

- Fairy tales 
Arms and armour 



Proverbs. Mythology 
Arthur, King. "Witch- 



Universal language* 
- Language, Esperanto 

COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY^ 

Spelling. Alphabet 

LANGUAGE, ENGLISH 
Punctuation 
Words 



LANGUAGE 

LANGUAGE, ENGLISH— Gtmtinued 



Synonyms 

Metre 

Essays 

Blunders 

Language, Scottish 

Language, Anglo-Saxon 



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LANGUAGE 

LANGUAGE, GERMAN 

Commercial correspondence 
Language. Danish 
Language, Gothic 

LANGUAGE, FRENCH 
Commercial correspondence 

LANGUAGE, ITALIAN 
Commercial correspondence 

LANGUAGE, SPANISH 
Commercial correspondence 



Continued 
LANGUAGE, LATIN 

Palaeography 

LANGUAGE, GREEK 

Palaeography 

OTHER LANGUAGES* 

Language. Sanskrit 
Language, Persian 
Language, Gaelic 
Language, Hebrew 
Language, Arabic 
Language, Japanese 



SCIENCE 



UNIVERSE 
NATURE 



Country life 
Nature study 
' Beagle ' 
Societies 

- Royal Society 

MATHEMATICS 

Logarithms 
Arithmetic 

- Mensuration 
Algebra 

- Equations 
Geometry 

- I Ionic sections 
Trigonometry 

: iptive geometry.* Projection 

- Perspective 
Calculus 

ASTRONOMY 

Practical and spherical* 

- Greenwich Observatory 
Solar system 

Moon 

- Eel: 
Plane 

- Venus 

- Uranus 
Aurora boreali? 
Com : 

Sun 

- Eel: 
Stars 
Earth 

- "Winter. Tides. TTaves 



ASTRONOMY—' 
Geodesy* 

- Surveying 
Navigation 
Chronolog 

- Clocks and watches 

PHYSICS 

Matter 

- Polarity 

ho-physics 
Mechanics 
St tics 

- Force 

Fluids. Hydraulics 
Gases 

- Aerial navigation 
Sound 

ech 
Light 

- Radiation. Colour. Sight. Colour 

blindness. Rainbow. Spectrum. 
Photography 
Heat 

- Radiation 
Electricity 

- Electric currents. Lightning con- 

ductor?. Electrochemistry. Elec- 
trons. Induction coils 

Magnetism 

Molecular physics* 

- -Ether. Radium 

CHEMISTRY 

Alchemy 

Theoretical chemistry* 

- Atoms. Candles 



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CLASSIFICA TION. 



SCIENCE 

CHEMISTRY— Continued 
Qualitative analysis* 

- Spectrum 
Inorganic chemistry* 

- Radium 

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 
MINERALOGY 

GEOLOGY 

Physical geography 

- Earth 

- Seismolog}^* 

Volcanoes 

Vesuvius 

Earthquakes 

- Glaciers 

- Surface features of the earth* 

- - Sea. Rivers 

- Weather 

Air. "Winds. Climate. Clouds. 

Ice. Water. Rainbow 

- Stratigraphical geology* 
Ice age 

- Coral 
Rocks 

- Flints 
Economic geology* 

- Mineralogy. Mining. Coal 



FOSSILS 

Reptiles 

BIOLOGY 

Archaeology 

- Galleys 
Ethnology* 

- Man, Natural history of 

Bedouins. Wahabys. Indians, 

N. American 
Evolution. Creation 

- HerednVv. Species. Sex. Man, 

Natural history of. Parasites 
Matter 
Microscopy 
Taxidermy 



-Continued 

BOTANY 

Physiological and structural 
botany* 

- Seedlings 

- Economic botany* 
Timber 

- Geographical distribution 
Trees. Flowers 
Cryptogams* 

- Ferns. Fungi. Discomycetes. 

Algae. Fermentation. Bacteria 

ZOOLOGY. NATURAL HISTORY 

Aquarium. Sea. Seashore 
Physiological zoology* 

- Physiology 

- - Blood 

- Anatomy 

Brain. Bones 

- Animals, Habits of 

Animal intelligence. Animal 

locomotion. Nests. Imitation 

- Economic zoology* 
- - Parasites 

- Geographical distribution 

Selborne 

Invertebrates* 

- Jelly-fish 

- Star-fish 

- Sea-urchins 

- Mollusks 

- Crustacea 
Crayfish 

- Insects 

Ants. Bees. Wasps. Butterflies. 

Moths 
Vertebrates 

- Vivarium 

- Fish, fishing 

Perch. Pike. Salmon. Trout 

- Birds 

Nests. Eggs. Grouse. Ostrich. 

Partridge. Pheasant. Snipe. 
Woodcock 

- Mammals 

Cetaceans. Deer. Fox. Hare 

Apes. Man, Natural history of 



Receipts 

Technical education 
Inventions 



AETS, USEFUL 



MEDICINE 



Hospitals 
Nursing 



MEDICINE— Continued 

Anatomy 

- Speech. Hand 
Physiology 

- Breathing. Muscles. Nerves. 

Brain. Senses, Sight 



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ARTS, USEFUL— Continued 



MEDICINE— Continued 
Health 

- Children 

- Food 

Milk. Vegetarianism 

- Physical education. Exercise 

Dumb-bells. Gymnastics. Train- 
ing. Play 

- Sleep 

- Temperance 

Alcohol 

Health, Public 

- Vivisection 

- Food 

- Children 

- Vaccination 

- Protection of life" 

First aid 

Materia medica^ 

- Homoeopathy. Anaesthetics. Mas- 

sage. Christian science 
Disease. Treatment* 

- Bacteria. Fermentation. Con- 

sumption. Electrolysis. Insanity 
Surgery* 

- Teeth 

- Blindness. Colour-blind:. 

- Deaf and dumb 
Veterinary medicine 

- Horse 

ENGINEERING 

Mechanics 

Strength of materials 

Machinery. Engineering. Marine. 
Indicator. Engines. Steam 
engine. Boilers. Hydraulics. 
Motor-cars. Magneto. Tur- 
bines 

Engineering, Electric 

- Dynamos. Electric batteries. In- 

duction coils. Electric wiring. 
Electric lighting. Electric bells. 
Electrical instruments. Electric 
testing. Electric traction. Elec- 
tric currents. Electric waves. 
Telegraphy, Wirele* Tele- 

phone. Electro-plating. Electro- 
chemistry. Electrolysis. 
Air engine.* Oil engine. Gas 
engine 

- Windmills 
Refrigeration 
Pumps 

Mill work* 

- Valves. Saw-mills 



ENGINEERING— Continued 

Tools 

- Turning 
Mining 

- Coal 
Bridges 

Railways. Roads 
Hydraulics 
Sanitary engineering 

- Water supply. Sewage. Drainage. 

Ventilation. Lighting 

AGRICULTURE 

Wheat. Cotton 
Fruit 
Forestry 
Gardening 

- Vegetables 
Domestic animals 

- Horse. Pig. Poultry. Birds. 

Canary. Ostrich. Dog. Cat. 

Rabbit 
Dairy. Milk 
Fish, fishing 

- "Whaling 



DOMESTIC ECONOMY 

Cookery 

- Bread. Fruit. Grouse. Partridge. 

Pheasant. Snipe. Woodcock. 

Oysters. Perch. Pike. Salmon. 

Trout. Vegetables 
Confectionery 
Food. Dining 

- Beverages 
Furniture 

I - House decoration 
Clothing* 

- Dress. Dressmaking. Millinery. 

Needlework. Cutting-out 
Laundry 
Children 



COMMUNICATION. ■ COMMERCE 
Secretaries 
Letter-writing 
Handwriting. Typewriting 
Shorthand 
Telegraph* 

- Atlantic cable 

- Telegraphy, Wireless 
Telephone 



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CLASS I PICA TION. 



AKTS, USEFUL— Continued 



COMMUNICATION.* COMMERCE- 
Continued 

Printing. Copyright 

- Bookbinders. Stationers 
Transportation 

- Mercantile marine. Railways. 

West Highland Railway 
Navigation 

- Steam navigation. Seamanship. 

Signals. Aerial navigation 
Professions 

- Civil service 
Book-keeping 

- Accountancy 
Business 

- Commercial correspondence. 

Commercial geography. Precis- 



Advertising 



Banking 



CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Electrochemistry 
Chemistry 
Fuel 
Beverages 

- Fermentation. Wine. 
Food 
Oil. Gas. Acetylene. 

- Lubricants. Lighting 
Pottery 

- Stoneware. Pipes 
Dyeing. Cleaning 
Soap. Glycerine 



Alcohol 



Candles 



METALLURGY 

Alloys. Iron. Steel. 
Silver. Lead 



Gold. 



INDUSTRIES AND MANU- 
FACTURES 

Iron. Steel. Pattern-making 
Metal work 

- Jewellery. Iron. Steel. Bells 
Saw-mills 

Paper 
Textiles 

- Weaving. Cotton. Thread. Wool. 

Jute spinning 



MECHANIC TRADES^ 

Mechanic work, Amateur 

- Repairs 

Clocks and watches 

Blacksmithing 

Coach- building 

Cabinet-making 

Shdfts 

Bookbinding 

Cutting-out. Millinery 



BUILDING 

Houses 
Materials* 

- Wood. Concrete. Cement 
Plans.* Specifications* 

- Estimates 
Masonry. Plastering 

- Stone. Bricklaying. Concrete 
Carpentry 

- Cabinet-making. Hand-railing. 

Window blinds 
Plumbing. Gas-fitting 
Heating. Ventilation 
House painting. House decoration 

- Bronzing. Gilding. Lacquering 
Shipbuilding. Boatbuilding 

- Steamships 



ARTS, FINE AND RECREATIVE* 



ART, ARTS, ARTISTS 

^Esthetics 

- Imagination 
Royal Academy 
Picture galleries 

- National Gallery. Prado 



GARDENING 

Gardens 

Trees 

Flowers 

- Rose. Ferns 



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ARTS, FINE AND RECREATIVE ^-Continued 



ARCHITECTURE 

Architectural construction* 

- Concrete 
Cathedrals 
Houses. Cottages 

SCULPTURE 

Modelling 
Wood carving 
Jewellery 
Numismatics* 

- Coins and medals 
Pottery 

- Stoneware. Vases 
Metal work 

- Brass 

DRAWING. DECORATION. DESIGN 

Brushwork 
Perspective 
Anatomy, Artistic 
Textiles 
Needlework 

- Embroidery. Lace 
House decoration 

- Mural decoration 
Furniture 

- Wood carving 

PAINTING 

Painting, Oil 

Painting, Water-colour 

Enamelling 

Colour 

Miniatures 

Landscape 

Pre-Raphaelitism 

ENGRAVING 

W T ood engraving 

- Placards 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

MUSIC 
Harmony 
Counterpoint 
Musical form* 
- Canon. Fugue 



MUSIC— Continued 
Dramatic music* 

- Opera. Music, Operas and secular 

cantatas 

- Music, Musical comedies 
Sacred music* 

- Music, Church 

- Music, Oratorios and sacred can- 

tatas 
Singing. Ballads. Songs 

- Voice. Tonic sol-fa 
Orchestra 
Stringed instruments* 

- Pianoforte. Organ. Harmonium. 

Violin. Viola. Violoncello 
Wind instruments* 

- Bagpipe 

Percussion and mechanical instru- 
ments* 

- Bellringing 
Music, Instrumental* 

- Pianoforte. Organ. American 

organ. Violin 



AMUSEMENTS 

Conjuring. Ventriloquism 
Acting. Drama. Theatre 
Indoor amusements* 

- Dancing 

- Games 

Chess. Draughts. Billiards. 

Cards. Whist. Bridge 
Outdoor sports* 

- Sports. Mountaineering 

Gymnastics. Dumh-bells. Fenc- 
ing. Boxing. Wrestling. Cara- 
vans. Swimming. Skating. 
Curling. Cycling. Archery. 
Bowls. Golf. Tennis. Sailing. 
Yachting. Bowing. Punting. 
Football. Cricket. Polo. Fives. 
Rackets 

Horsemanship. Horse-racing 

- Driving. Coaching. Steeple- 

chasing 
Fish, fishing 

- Perch. Pike. Salmon. Trout 
Hunting * 

- Coursing. Falconry. Deer 
Shooting 

- Gamekeeping. Guns. Rifle. 

Grouse. Partridge. Pheasant, 
Snipe. "Woodcock 



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CLASS IF ICA TION. 



LITEEATURE 



Imagination 

Criticism 

Rhetoric 

- Anecdotes. Debating. Elocution. 

Oratory. Eloquence. Voice. 
Gesture. Letter- writing. Public 
meetings. Reading. Readings. 
AVit and humour 
Collections* 

- Poetry 

- Songs 

- Prose 

- Readings 
Aphorisms 
Authorship 
Autobiography 
Drama 

- Tragedy 
Essays 
Fables 
Fiction 

- Novelists 
Lectures 
Poetry 

- Hymns 
Poets 
Quotations 
Romanticism 
Satire 
Table-talk 

LITERATURE, EUROPEAN 
LITERATURE, AMERICAN 

Poetry 

Wit and humour 

LITERATURE, ENGLISH 
Literature, Scottish 

- Poetry, Scottish 
Ballads. Songs 

- Readings 
Criticism 
Journalism 
Poetry 

- Metre. Ballads. Lyrics. Songs 
Poets 

Drama 

- Miracle-plays. Tragedy 
Fiction 

- Novelists 
Essays 
Letters 
Blunders 
Quotations 
Table-talk 



LITERATURE, BNOLISH-Gwrtintied 

Satire. Wit and humour 

- Humourists 
Literature, Anglo-Saxon 

LITERATURE, GERMAN 
Poetry 

- Minnesingers 

- Hymns 
Drama 
Fiction 

Satire. Wit and humour 
Literature, Scandinavian* 

- Nibelungen Lied 

LITERATURE, FRENCH 

Poetry 

- Ballads 

- Lyrics 

- Chanson de Roland 
Fiction 

Letters 

Satire. Wit and humour 

Maxims 

Literature, Provencal* 

- Troubadours 

LITERATURE, ITALIAN 
Prose 
Renaissance 

LITERATURE, SPANISH 

Literature, Portuguese 

LITERATURE, LATIN 
Humanism 
Satire 
Quotations 

LITERATURE, GREEK 

Criticism 
Humanism 
Poetry 
Drama* 

- Trilogies 

LITERATURE OF OTHER 
LANGUAGES* 

Literature, Indian 
Literature, Celtic* 

- Poetry 

- Literature, Irish" 
Poetry 

- Literature, Gaelic 

Hymns 

Literature, Russian 

- Poetry 
Literature, Egyptian 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING TRAVELS* 



HISTORY 

Archaeology 

Civilization 
Battles 
Siege- 
Middle ages 
Crusades 

VOYAGES 

1 Beagle. ' ■ Betsey. : < Cachalot. 
•Mary Park/* 'Rob Roy. 

; Sunbeam ' 

GEOGRAPHY. TRAVEL 

Atlas 

Commercial geography 



Frontiers 



BRITISH EMPIRE. 
BRITAIN 



GREAT 



British Isles 

Celts 

Colonies. British 

Jacobites 

Literary geography 

Long Parliament 

Normans 

Popish plot 

Sol way 

Spanish armada 

Towns 

England 

- Cathedrals 

- Lake district 

- - Grasmere 

- Scilly Islands 

- Thames 

- (Counties) : — Cornwall. Derby- 

shire. Dorsetshire. Hampshire. 
Kent. Middlesex. Norfolk. 
Surrey. Sussex 

- London. Covent Garden. C: 

Palace. St. Paul's Cathedral. 
Westminster 

- Bath. Blackpool. Bournemouth. 

Brighton. Bristol. Bury St. 
Edmun la Canterbury. Che- 
neys. Clifton. Cotswolds. Dart- 
moor Prison. Dove Dale. Harro- 
gate. Hastings. Hove. Lich- 
field. NewsteaJ Abbey. Ox- 
ford. Pickering. Preston. Kos- 
Bendale. St Albans. Scar- 



BRITISH EMPIRE. GREAT 
BRITAIN— Cont inued 

England — Continued 

upon- Avon. Whitby. Winchester. 

Windsor Castle 
Man, Isle of 
Wight. Isle of 
Channel Islands 
Wales 
Scotland 

- Scottish life 

- Antonine Wall 

- Border 

- Clyde 

- Forth 

- Galloway 

- Grampians 

- Strathmore 

- Highlands and Highlanders 
Hebrides 

West Highland Railway 

- Aberdeenshire* 

- - Buchan. Aberdeen 

.yllshire 
Benderloch. Iona. Tarbert 

- Ayrshire 

Ayr. Kilmarnock. Kilwinning. 

Kirkrnichael 
Bute 

- Dumbartonshire 

- Dumfriesshire* 

Enterkin. Dumfries 

- Fife 

- - Aberdour. Dunfermline. Inch- 

colm. St. Andn 

- Glasgow 

Glasgow University 

- Inverness-shire* 

Lochaber. Glen Roy. Rothie 

murchus. Skye 

- Kinross-shire* 

Lochleven Castle 

- Lanarkshire 
Govan 

- Midlothian* 

Edinburgh. Portobello. St. 

Giles' Cathedral. Duddingston. 
Pentland 

- Peeblesshire* 
Minchmoor 

- Perthshire" 

Longforgan. Perth 

- Renfrewshire* 

- - Paisley 

- Ross-shire* 



borough. Selborne. Stratford- | - - Lewis 

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CLASSIFICATION. 



HISTOEY AND GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING TEAVELS* 

Continued 

EUROPE— Continued 
Italy — Continued 

Montrigone. Oropa. Ravenna. 
Solferino. Venice. Vesuvius 

- Corsica. Sicily. Syracuse. Lipari 
Islands 

Greece 

- Aetolia. Greco-Turkish war. 
Athens. Delos. Marathon 

Russia 

- Russo-Japanese war. Tsu-shima. 
Caucasus. Kars. Crimea. Inker- 



BRITISH EMPIRE. GREAT 
BRITAIN— Con tinued 

Scotland — continued 

- Roxburghshire* 
Abbotsford 

- Selkirkshire* 
Yarrow 

- Stirlingshire 

Stirling. Falkirk. Kippen 

Ireland 

- Antrim. Kerry. Aran, South 

Isles of. Dublin 



EUROPE 

Literary geography 
Baltic 

Mediterranean 
Germany 

- Goths. Holy Roman Empire. 

Hansa towns. Franco-German 
war. Metz. Blenheim. Burkers- 
dorf Heights. Leipzig. Lutzen. 
Minden. Weimar 
Austria 

- Dalmatia. Lissa. Bohemia. 

Hungary 
Netherlands 

- Holland 

- Belgium 

Waterloo 

France 

- Franks. France, Revolutions. 

Girondists. Diamond necklace. 
Franco-German war. Cevennes. 
Literary geography. Normandy. 
Guyenne. Paris. Aix Roads. 
Falaise. Fontainebleau 
Spain 

- Spanish armada. Peninsular war. 

Badajoz. Corunna. Salamanca. 
San Sebastian. Vittoria. Tra- 
falgar. Granada. Alhambra. 
Leon. Madrid. Prado. Burgos. 
Escorial. Seville. Toledo 

Portugal 

Switzerland 

- Alps. Geneva, Lake of. Montreux. 

Saas 

Mont Blanc 

Italy 

- Guelphs. Tuscany. Florence. 

Rome. Genoa. Milan. Metaurus. 



mann 
Turkey 

- Crete. Greco-Turkish war. Con- 

stantinople 
Byzantine Empire 
Balkans 

- Servia. Bulgaria. Plevna. Monte- 

negro. Roumania 
East and eastern question 
Scandinavia 

- Norway. Sweden. Denmark. 

Iceland 

ASIA 
Asia Minor 

- Isauria. Lycaonia. Smyrna. 

Tern oris Valley. Phoenicia. 

Phrygia _ 
Assyria. Nineveh. Babylonia. 
Chaldea. Hittites 

- Arbela 
Palestine 

- Jerusalem 
Sinai 
Syria 

- Palmyra 
Arabia 

- Mecca. Medina 
Persia 

- Media. Parthia 
India 

- India, Mutiny. Andaman Islands. 

Kashmir. Gilgit. KhyberPass. 
Malakand. Nicobar Islands. 
Sikhs. Calcutta. Delhi. Luck- 
now 

Ceylon 

Afghanistan 

- Khyber Pass. Kabul 
Indo-Chiinv : " 

- Burma 

- Siam 

- Malay Peninsula 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY, INCLUDING TRAVELS* 

Continued 

MALAY ARCHIPELAGO 

East Indies 
- Java 



Tibet. 
Port 



ASIA— Continued 
China 

- Khotan. Shansi. Tartars. 

Russo - Japanese war. 
Arthur 
Japan 

- Russo-Japanese war. Tsu-Shima 
East, Far 

AFRICA, GENERAL 
Africa, North 

- Barbary corsairs 

- Morocco 

- Algeria 

Carthage. Tuaregs 

- Tunis 

- Egypt 

Cairo. Alexandria 

- Nubia 

- Soudan 

Khartoum 

- Nile 
Africa, Central 

- Congo Free State. Marotseland 
Africa, West 

- Kurnassi. Nigeria. Niger 
Africa, East 

- Abyssinia. Somaliland. Mada- 

gascar. Reunion 
Africa, South 

- Africa, South, War. Cape Colony. 

Rhodesia. Transvaal. Gaza 
Land. Zambesi 

AMERICA, GENERAL 
America, North 

- Indians. N. American. Klondyke. 

Niagara 
Canada 

- Newfoundland. Labrador. Nova 

Scotia. British Columbia 
United States 

- California. Florida. New Eng- 

land. Mecklenburg County. 
Boston. Bunker Hill. Concord. 
New York. Saratoga. Astoria. 
Monterey. New Orleans. Pitts- 
burgh 
America, Central 

- Mexico 

- "West Indies 

Jamaica 

America, South 

- Andes. Argentina. Chile 



AUSTRALASIA 

New Zealand. New Hebrides 
Australia 

- Queensland* 

- - Melbourne 

- Victoria 
Polynesia* 

- South Seas 

Island. 



Funafuti. Savage 
Tonga. Hawaii 



ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC REGIONS 
Spitsbergen 

BIOGRAPHY t 



Biographies of professions or 
classes 



Actors. Art, arts, artists. Authors. 
' Blackwood ? groop. Book- 
sellers. Book-collectors 
Christian biography. Con 
gregationalists. Dramatists 
Engineers. Etcln Ex 
plorers. Greeks. Hermits 
Heroes. Humourists. Iron 
workers. Jesuits. Lollards 
Martyrs. Ministers. Musi 
cians. Naval biography 
Nobility. Novelists. Painters 
Philosophers. Poets. Popes 
Puritans. Reformers. Ro 
mans. its. Scots 
Sociologists. Soldiers. States 
men. Theologians. Woman 

Genealogy* 

- Names, Personal. Epitaphs 

- HeralJ: 
Crests. Landed gentry. Flags. 

(i alleys 

t Note. — Biographies of individuals are entered in the Catalogue 
under their names. 

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BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 



LIST OF BOOKS PLACED IN THE OPEN CASES 
IN THE READING ROOMS. 

These books are for use in the rooms only, and are not available 
for circulation. Those marked "L.R." are in the open case in the 
Ladies' Room. 

General works. 
Bibliography. Aids to reading. 

Hazlitt (William C.) The book-collector. 1904. ill. - - 010 
Books published by James MacLehose from 1838 to 1881, and 

by James MacLehose and Sons to 1905. 1905. - - 015*41 

Lowndes (William T.) The bibliographer's manual of English 

literature. 1885-1903. 6 v. 015 42 

Spofford (Ainsworth R.) A book for all readers. 1905. - - 020 
Descriptive hand-book of the Glasgow Corporation Public 

Libraries. 1907. ill. plans. ------ 022 

Mason (Thomas) Libraries of Glasgow. 1885. - - - -027-041 

Baker (Ernest A.) Descriptive guide to the best fiction. 1903. 028*4 
Nield (Jonathan) A guide to the best historical novels. 1904. L.R. 028'4 
Sargant (E. B. ) and Whishaw (B. ) eds. A guide book to books. 028 8 

Encyclopaedias. Magazines, etc. 

Annandale (Chas.) ed. The popular encyclopedia. 1886. 
Cassell's Cabinet cyclopaedia. 1906. ill. 
- New popular educator. 1903-5. 8 v. ill. maps. - 
Chambers's Encyclopaedia. 1906. 10 v. ill. maps. 
Cox (Sir Geo. W.) Little cyclopaedia of common things. 1! 
Hazell's Annual, 1907, and continued. ... - 

Pannell's Reference book. 1905. 

Pears' Shilling cyclopaedia. 

[Philp (Robert K. )] ed. Enquire within upon everything. 
Reddall (Henry F.) Fact, fancy, and fable. 1892. - 
Century illustrated monthly magazine. 1894-6. 4 v. 
Scottish historical review, v. 1, 1904, and continued, ill. 
Chambers (Robert) ed. The book of days. 2 v. 
Putnam (G. H.) Books and their makers during the middle ages. 2 v. 

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iv. 


032 


L.R. 


032 


- 


032 


- 


032 


6. ill. 


032 


- 


032 


- 


032 


L.R. 


032 


1906. 


032 


- 


032 


- 


051 


- 


052 


- 


080 


es. 2 v. 


093 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Philosophy. 

Calderwood (Henry) Vocabulary of philosophy. 1894.- - 103 

Eeligion. 

Proctor (F. B.) ed. Classified gems of thought. 1904. - - 203 
Angus (Joseph) The Bible hand-book ; ed. by S. G. Green. L.R. 220 
Waller (G.) A Biblical concordance on the soul, the inter- 
mediate state, and the resurrection. 1906. - - - 220*2 
Young (Robert) Analytical concordance to the Bible. - - 220 2 
Smith (Sir William) Concise dictionary of the Bible. 1900. ill. 220 *3 
Maclaren (Alex.) Expositions of Holy Scripture. 1905-7. 11 v. 220*7 
Gregory (C. R.) Canon and text of the New Testament. 1907. 225*1 
Macleod (Norman I.) ed. Moral and religious anecdotes.- - 244 
Cavalier (E. F.) The preacher's dictionary. 1904.- - - 251 
Bettany (George T.) The world's religions. ... - 290 
Smith (Sir William) A classical dictionary of Greek and Roman 

biography, mythology, and geography. 1904. ill. - 920 038 

Books in various departments of Sociology. 

Sharp (C. D.) ed. The reformer's year book, 1907, and continued. 305 
Statesman's year-book, 1907, and continued, maps. - - 305 

Mulhall (Michael G.) The dictionary of statistics. 1903. ill. 310*3 
Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh almanac, 1907, and continued. - 314-1 
Whitaker (Joseph) Almanack, 1907, and continued. - - 3142 
Montgomery (Hugh) and Cambray (Philip G.) A dictionary 

of political phrases and allusions. 1906. bill. - - 320 3 
Buxton (Sydney C.) Political questions of the day. 1903. - 320 4 
Rashdall (H.) and others. Good citizenship. 1S99. - 320 4 

Paton (Walter) ed. Handbooks on British colonies. 1907. - 325*242 
Bithell (Richard) A counting-house dictionary. - - - 332 03 
Cruikshank (James) Incorporation of Masons [Glasgow]. 1S79. 338 *6 
Fitzpatrick (J.) and Haydon (T. E.) The secretary's manual 

on the law and practice of joint stock companies. 1907. - 347*7 
Lorimer (James) A handbook of the law of Scotland. 1894. - 349*41 
Jones (A. J. L. ) Guide to employment in the civil service. 1906. 351*1 
Handbook on the municipal enterprises [Glasgow]. 1904. ill. 352*041 
Minutes of the Corporation of Glasgow, November, 1907, and 

continued. ... 352 041 

Richmond (Sir David) [Glasgow] Municipal work, 1896-9. - 352*041 
County councils, municipal corporations, and parish councils 

companion, magisterial directory, [etc.] 1906, and cont. - 352*042 
Gemmell (Matthew) The societies of Glasgow. - - -360 941 

Fletcher (Alfred E.) ed. Cyclopaedia of education. 1906. - 370*3 
Schoolmasters yearbook and directory, 1907, and continued. - 370*5 

xxx 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Gibson (L. M.) Handbook for literary and debating societies. - 374 4 
Glasgow University calendar, 1907-8, and continued. - - 378 41 

Addison (William I.) The Snell Exhibitions. - 378*41 

Durham University calendar, 1906-7, and continued. - - 378 '42 

Aberdeen University calendar, 1906-7, and continued. - - 378*441 
Graham (J. E.) Acts relating to education in Scotland. 1902. 379-41 
Clark (L.) A dictionary of metric and other measures. 1891. - 389 
Englishwoman's year-book ; ed. by E. Janes, 1907, and cont. L.R. 396 
Bohn (Henry G.) ed. A hand-book of proverbs. 1905. - - 398 9 
Christy (Robert) ed. Proverbs, maxims, and phrases. 1905. - 398*9 



Philology. 

English. 

Chambers's Twentieth century dictionary ; ed. by T. Davidson. L.R. 423 
Gresham Dictionary of the English language. - 423 

Jamieson (J.) Dictionary of the Scottish language. 1895. - 427*9 

Eoget (Peter M.) Thesaurus of English words and phrases. 1906. 424 
Soule (Richard) Dictionary of English synonymes. 1905. L.R. 424 
Wallace (A.) Popular sayings dissected. 1894. - - - 424 

Other languages. 

Breul (Karl) A new German and English dictionary. 1906. L.R. 433*2 
Grieb (C. F.) Dictionary of English and German. 2 v. - - 433*2 
Larsen (A.) Dictionary of Dano-Norwegian and English. 1897. 439*832 
Edgren (H.) and Burnet (P. B.) French and English word 

book. 1902. 443*2 

Barretti. Dictionary of the Italian and Eriglish languages ; ed. 

by J. Davenport and G. Comelati. 2 v. - - - - 453*2 
Velazquez (M.) A dictionary of Spanish and English. 1906. 2 v. 463*2 
Lewis (Charlton T.) An elementary Latin dictionary. 1904.- 473*2 
Smith (Sir Wm.) ed. Smaller English-Latin dictionary. - L.R. 473*2 
White (J. T.) Latin-English and English-Latin dictionary. - 473*2 
Liddell (H. G.) and Scott (R.) Greek-English lexicon ; abridged. 483*2 
Dinneen (Patrick S.) ed. An Irish-English dictionary. 1904. 491*623 
Macleod (N.) and Dewar (D.) A dictionary of Gaelic. 1901. - 491*633 



Natural science. 
Compends, etc. 

Tissandier (Gaston) Popular scientific recreations, ill. - - 502 

Wright (C. R. A.) The threshold of science. 1892. ill. - 502 

Stormonth (James) A manual of scientific terms. 1903. - 503 

xxxi 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

British Association. Elliot (G. F. S. ) and others. Fauna, flora, 

and geology of the Clyde area. 1901. ... - 506 

- Handbook of excursions, Glasgow meeting, 1901. ill. map. - 506 

- Maclean (A.) ed. Local industries of Glasgow and the west of 

Scotland. 1901. 506 

- Maclean (M.) ed. Archaeology, education, medical, and chari- 

table institutions of Glasgow. 1901. .... 506 

Wallace (Alfred B,.) The wonderful century. 1905. port.il/. 509 

Astronomy. 

Gore (J. E.) An astronomical glossary. 1893. .... 5203 
Ball (Sir Robert S.) A popular guide to the heavens. 190."). - 524 

Chemistry. 
Luff (Arthur P.) and Page (F. J. M.) Chemistry. 190.",. - 5402 

Prehistoric archaeology. 
Graham (Robert C.) The carved stones of Islay. 1895. ill. -913 413 

Botany. 

Jackson (Benjamin 1).) A glossary of botanic terms. 1905. - 5801 
Hooker (Sib J. D.) Student's flora, British Islands. 1S84. - 581-942 

Zoology. 
ssell's Natural history. 1896-1901. 3 v. III. 590 

Useful arts. 
Dictionaries, etc. 

ell's New technical educator. 6 v. HI. - 603 

Goodchild (G. F.) and Tweney (C. F.) tds. A technological 

and scientific dictionary. 603 

Leland (Charles G.) and others. Useful arts and handicrafts ; 

ed. by H. S. Ward. 1900. 4 v. ill. .... 603 

Spon (Ernest) and others. Workshop receipt?. 1904. 5 v. ill. 603 
We ale (John) and Hunt (R.) A dictionary of terms used in 

architecture, engineering, metallurgy, etc. 1906. - - 603 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College calendar, 

1905-6, and continued. ------- 607*41 

- Annual report, 1906-7, and continued. 607*41 

Medicine. 

Bell (Robert) The deputy physician. 1900. - - - 610 3 

Bennett (Sir Risdon) and others. The book of health. - - 613 

.xxxii 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Miles (Eustace H.) Cassell's Physical educator. 1904. ill. - 613*7 
Black (G.) ed. The doctor at home and nurse's guide-book. L.R. 616*02 
Ruddock (E. H.) The homeopathic vade mecum of modern 

medicine and surgery. 1905. ------ 616 02 

Hayes (M. H.) Veterinary notes for horse owners. 1906. ill. 6191 



Engineering. 

Dye (F. ) Popular engineering. 1895. ill. ... - 620*2 
Molesworth (Sir G. L. and H. B. ) Pocket-book of formula? 

and memoranda for civil and mechanical engineers. 1906. 620*8 
Lock wood's Dictionary of terms used in mechanical engineering : 

ed. by J. G. Horner. 1902. 621 

Suplee (Hy. H.) Mechanical engineer's reference book. 1904. 621 
Reed's Engineers' hand book to the Board of Trade examina- 
tions ; ed. by W. H. Thorn. 1904. ill.- - - - 621*12 
- Key to Engineers' hand book ; ed. by W. H. Thorn. 1904. - 621*12 
Houston (E. J.) Dictionary of electrical words, terms, phrases. 621*3 
O'Gorman (Mebvyn) Motor pocket book. 1904. ill. - - 621*4 



Agriculture. 

Johnson's Gardner's dictionary ; ed. by C. H. Wright and D. 

Dewar. ill. - - 630*3 

West of Scotland Agricultural College, Glasgow, calendar, 

1906-7, and continued. 630*7 



Domestic economy. 

•Cassell's Domestic dictionary, ill. L.R. 640*3 

Pearson's Home management. 1904. ill. - - L.R. 640*3 

Browne (Phillis) A year's cookery. - - - - L.R. 641 

Francatelli (Charles E.) The cook's guide, and housekeeper's 

and butler's assistant. 1900. ill. - - - - L.R. 641 

Communication. Commerce. 

Scholl (Charles) Phraseological dictionary of commercial cor- 
respondence in the English and French languages. 190*2. 650 
Dicksee (L. R.) and Blain (H. E.) Office organisation. 1906. ill. 651 
Morton (A. E.) Typewriting and manual of office procedure. - 652 
Pitman (Sir Isaac) Shorthand dictionary. .... 65361 
J acobi (Charles T.) The printers' handbook. 1905. - - 655 
- The printers' vocabulary. 1888. - .... 655 
Dicksee (Lawrence K.) Advanced accounting. 1905. - - 657 

Pitman's Book-keeping simplified. 657 

Knight (W. S. M.) Business encyclopaedia and legal adviser ; 

with a commercial gazetteer by \V. Melven. 6 v. ill. map*. 658 
b xxxiii 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES, 

Manufactures. 

Britain at work. 1905. ill. 670' 

Bolland (Simpson) The encyclopaedia of founding. 1901. - 671 

Other useful arts. 
Britten (F. J.) The watch and clock makers' handbook. 1902. ill. 681 

Building. 

Young (Francis C. ) Every man his own mechanic. - - - 690 
Bousfieljd (G.) The timber merchant and builder's vade mecum. 691 L 

Fine arts. 

Marks (Montague) ed. The home arts self-teacher. 1904. ill. 70S 

Reinach (S.) The story of art throughout the ages. 1904. ill. - 709 
Brydall (R.) Art in Scotland, its origin and progress. 18S9. - 709*41 

Architecture. 

Gwilt (Joseph) An encyclopaedia of architecture. 1903. ill. - 720 '3 
Billings (Robert W. ) The baronial and ecclesiastical antiquities 

of Scotland. 1901. 4 v. ill.- 72831 

Pottery. 
Blacker (J. F.) A B C of collecting old English china. 1908. ill. 738 

Design. 
Shaw (Henry) The encyclopaedia of ornament. 1904. ill. - 740 

Needlework. 

Cauleeild (S. F. A.) and Saward (B. C.) Needlework, col. ill. L.R. 746 
Dillmont (Therese de) Encyclopaedia of needlework, ill. L.R. 746 

Photography. 

Wall (E. J.) The dictionary of photography. 1902. ill. - 7703 

Music. 

Riemann (Hugo) Dictionary of music. 7803 

Macpherson (Stewart) Form in music. 1908. mux. - - 781*5 

Amusements. 

Pole (William) and others. Handbook of games. 1890-1. 2v. ill. 

1. Table games. 794. 2. Card games, 795. 
Thompson (R. F. M.) A fishing catechism. 1906. 799 

- A shooting catechism. 1905. 799 

xxxiv 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Literature. 
Dictionaries, Collections, etc. 

Hrkwek (Eben'ezer C.) Dictionary of phrase and fable, port. 803 

- The reader's handbook of names, allusions, plots [etc.] - L.R. 803 
Nares (R. ) A glossary of words, phrases, names, allusions. - 803 
Bell (David C. and A. M.) Standard elocutionist. 1905. - 808 
Allibone (Samuel A.) ed. Great authors of all ages. 1894. - 808 '8 

- Poetical quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson. 1S92. - - 808*8 

- Prose quotations from Socrates to Macaulay. 1893. - - 808*8 
Bartlett (John) ed. Familiar quotations. 1906. - - - 808*8 
Benham (W. G.) ed. Cassell's Book of quotations, proverbs, and 

household words. L.R. 808*8 

King (W. F. H.) ed. Classical and foreign quotations. 1904. - 808*8 

Wood (James) erf. Dictionary of quotations. 1906. - - - 808*8 

American literature. 

Stedman (Edmund C.) ed. American anthology, 1787-1900. 1906. 811*08 

English literature. 

Henderson (T. F. ) Scottish vernacular literature. 1900. 820*2 
Chambers's Readings in English literature. 1900. - - L.R. 820*8 

Walker (H.) Three centuries of Scottish literature. 1893. 2 v. 820*9 

Todd (George Eyre) ed. Scottish ballad poetry. 1893. - - 821*04 
Brooke (Stopford A.) and Rolleston (T. W.) eds. A treasury 

of Irish poetry in the English tongue. 1905. - - - 821*08 
Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) ed. The Oxford book of English 

verse, 1250-1900. 1906. 821*08 

Ford (Robert) The harp of Perthshire. 1893. - - - 821*08 

Todd (George Eyre) ed. Early Scottish poetry. 1891. - - 821*1 

- Mediaeval Scottish poetry. 1892. 821*2 

- Scottish poetrj 7 of the sixteenth century. 1892. - - - 821*2 
Symons (Arthur) ed. A pageant of Elizabethan poetry. 1906. 821*3 
Todd (G. Eyre) ed. Scottish poetry of the seventeenth century. 821*4 

- Scottish poetry of the eighteenth century. 1896. - - - 821*5 
Reid ( J. B. ) Concordance to the poems and songs of Burns. 1889. 821 *67 
Berdoe (Edward) The Browning cyclopaedia. 1906. - - 821*83 
Bartlett (John) Concordance to Shakespeare. 1906. - - 822*33 
Grey (Henry) A key to the Waverley novels. 1899. - - 823*73 

Tales from Chambers's Journal. 4 v. 823*8 

Froude (James A. ) Short studies on great subjects. 1905-6. 4v. 824*89 

Book of Scottish story. 1896. - - 828 

Disraeli (Isaac) Miscellanies of literature. 1840. - - - 828 

Hislop (Alexander) ed. The book of Scottish anecdote, bibl. - 828 

XXXV 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Literature of other countries. 

Eamage (Craufurd T. ) ed. Beautiful thoughts from French and 

Italian authors. 1884. 84S 

Harbottle (T. B. ) ed. Dictionary of quotations, classical. 1906. 878- 

History. 

Haydn (Joseph) Dictionary of dates ; ed. by B. Vincent. 1906. 902 
Putnam (G. P.) and others. Tabular views of universal history. 902 

Harbottle (Thomas B. ) Dictionary of battles. 1904. - - 90S 
- Dictionary of historical allusions. 1904.- .... 903 
Heilprin (Louis) The historical reference book. 1905. - L.R. 903 

Cassell's Illustrated universal history ; by E. Oilier. 1899. 4 v. 909 

Geography. Gazetteers. Atlases. Antiquities. 

Chisholm (G. G.) Commercial geography. 1906. maps.- - 910 
Melven (William) A commercial gazetteer of the world. 

1905. maps. 910 

Mill (Hugh R. ) ed. The international geography. 1906. maps. 910 
Moncrieff (Ascott R. H.) The world of to-day. 1905. 6 v. - 910 
Chambers's Concise gazetteer of the world. 1906. maps. L.R. 910*3 
Lippincott's Gazetter of the world ; ed. by J. Thomas. 1895. 910*3 
Longman's Gazetteer of the world ; ed. by G. G. Chisholm. 1902. 910*3 
Bartholomew (John) The library reference atlas. 1890. L.R. 912 

Johnston (Alex. K. and G. H.) The handy royal atlas. 1907. 912 
Seyffert (Oskar) A dictionary of classical antiquities, ill. - 913*38 

Smith (Sir William) A classical dictionary of Greek and 

Roman biography, mythology, and geography. 1904. ill. 920 

British Empire. 

Paton (Walter) ed. Handbooks on British colonies. 1907. - 325*242 
Le Couteur (W. ) Great outposts of the Empire. 1907. ill. map. 914*2 

United Kingdom. 
Bartholomew (J. G.) ed. Survey gazetteer, British Isles. 1904. 914*2 
Cassell's History of England. 9 v. ill. maps. • - - 942 
Low (Sidney J.) and Pulling (F. S.) eds. Dictionary of English 

history. 1904. - ' - 942 

Scotland. 

Scottish historical review, v. 1, 1904, and continued, ill. - 052 

Christison (D.) Early fortifications in Scotland. 1898. - - 913*41 

Graham (Robert C.) The carved stones of Islay. 1895. ill. - 913*413. 

xxxvi 



BOOKS IN OPEN BOOKCASES. 

Baddeley (M. J. B.) Scotland [guides]. 3 v. mcq 

1. Edinburgh, Glasgow, and the Highlands, 1908, 9141. 2. The 
northern Highlands, 1906, 91411. 3. The "Lowlands," 1908, 91414. 

Groome (F. H.) ed. Ordnance gazetteer of Scotland. 1901. - 914*1 

Henderson (T. F. ) and Watt (F. ) Scotland of to-day. 1907. HI. 91 41 

Burton (John H.) The history of Scotland. 1905. 8 v. - - 941 

Scottish history and life. 1902. ill: 941 

Thomson (Thomas) and Annandale (C.) A history of the 

Scottish people to [1887]. 1893. 6 v. ill. maps. - - 941 
Wylie (J. A.) History of the Scottish nation. 1886-7. 2 v. L.R. 941 

Glasgow and West of Scotland. 

British Association. Elliott (G. F. S.) and others. Fauna, 

flora, and geology of the Clyde area. 1901. - - - 506 

- Handbook of excursions, Glasgow meeting, 1901. ill. map. - 506 

- Maclean (A.) ed. Local industries of Glasgow and the west of 

Scotland. 1901. 506 

- Maclean (M. ) ed. Archaeology, education, medical and chari- 

table institutions of Glasgow. 1901. .... 506 

Brotchie (T. C. F.) History of Govan, burgh and parish. 1905. 941*41 
Campbell (G.) Eastwood, notes on the ecclesiastical antiquities 

of the parish. 1902. 94143 

Cruikshank (James) The Incorporation of Masons. 1879. - 338*6 
Descriptive hand-book of the Glasgow Corporation Public 

Libraries. 1907. ill. plans. 022 

Gemmell (M.) The societies of Glasgow. 360*941 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College calendar, 

1906-7, and continued. 607*41 

- Annual report, 1906-7, and continued. 607*41 

Glasgow University calendar, 1907-8, and continued. - - 378*41 

Addison (William I.) The Snell Exhibitions. - 378*41 
Handbook on the municipal enterprises. 1904. ill. - - - 352*041 

Macgeorge (A.) Old Glasgow, the place and people. 1880. ill. 941*43 
Mackenzie (Peter) Old reminiscences of Glasgow and the west 

of Scotland. 1890. 2 v. port. 941*43 

Mason (Thomas) Libraries of Glasgow. 1885. - - - 027*041 

Minutes of the Corporation of Glasgow, November, 1907, and 

continued. ... 352*041 

Notices and documents of the literary history of Glasgow. 1831. 941*43 
Post Office Glasgow directory, 1906-7, and continued, map. - 914*143 
Rae (J. J.) ed. Ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. - 922*541 
West of Scotland Agricultural College, Glasgow, calendar, 

1906-7, and continued. 630*7 

Biography. 

Cassell's Universal portrait gallery. 1895. .... 920*01 

Chambers's Biographical dictionary. 920*01 

b 2 xxxvii 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LLBRARLES. 

Who's who, 1907, and continued. 920*01 

Who's who year-book, 1907, and continued. .... 920*01 
Smith (Sir William) A classical dictionary of Greek and 

Roman biography, mythology, and geography. 1904. ill. 920*038 
Taylor (J.) The great historic families of Scotland. 6 v. ill. 920*041 
Lee (Sidney) ed. Dictionary of national biography, epitome. - 920*042 
Smith (George B. ) Women of renown. 1893. - - - L.R. 920*7 
Howie (John) The Scots worthies. 1846. port. - - - 922*541 
Schoolmasters yearbook and directory, 1908, and continued. - 370*5 
Sharp (Robert F.) A dictionary of English authors. 1904. - 928*2 
Murdoch (A. G. ) The Scottish poets, recent and living. 1883. 928*21 
Knox (A.) Glossary of geographical and topographical terms. - 929*4 
Taylor (Isaac) Words and places. 1896. .... 929*4 

Johnston (James B.) Place-names of Scotland. 1892. - - 929*441 
Moore (Arthur W.) Manx names, surnames and place-names 

of the Isle of Man. 1906. 929*442 

New Zealand. 
New Zealand official year-book, 1907, and continued, maps. - 919*931 



Books for the Blind. — After full and careful consideration, the 
Library Committee decided that the provision of books for the use of 
blind persons could be made better through the agency of the Mission 
to the Outdoor Blind than by placing the books in the various District 
Libraries. By the authority of the Corporation, the Committee 
devoted the sum of £200 for the purchase of books in the Braille and 
Moon types, and have placed some 1*250 volumes in the library of the 
Mission for circulation among the blind. 



xxxvin 



WORKS IN LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH 
WILL BE FOUND UNDER THE FOLLOWING 
NAMES : 



About (Edmond F.Y.) 
Balzac (Honore de) 
Barine (A.) 
Chauvet (Paul) 
Dumas (Alexandre) 
Erckmaim (Eniile) 
Feuillet (Octave) 
Guerber(H. A.) 
Hugo (Victor) 
Laboulaye (Edouard) 
La Fontaine (Jean de) 
Lamartine (Alphonse Iff. L. 
de) 



FRENCH 

Le Sage (Alain R.) 
Loti (Pierre) 
Maeterlinck (Maurice) 
Mairet (Jeanne) 
Merimee (Prosper) 
Merlet (G.) 
Michelet (Jules) 
Moliere (Jean B. P.) 
Musset (Alfred de) 
Pascal (Blaise) 
Perrault (Charles) 
Pressense (Elise de) 
Racine (Jean) 



Rebelliau (Alfred) 
Robert (Adrien) 
Saintine (X. B.) 
Sandeau (Leonard S. J.) 
Sarcey (Francisque) 
Segur (Comtesse de) 
Snow (W. B.) 
Souvestre (]5mile) 
Stael (Madame de) 
Super (O. B.) 
Vigny (Alfred , comte de) 
Voltaire (Francois M. A. de) 
Wilde (Oscar) 



Arnim (Ludwig A. von) 
Baumbach (Rudolf) 
Benedix (Julius R.) 
Brant (Sebastian) 
Brawe (Joachim W. von) 
Brcntano (Klemens) 
Brockes (Barthold H.) 
Campe (Joachim H.) 
Canitz (Friedrich R. L., 

freiherr von) 
Cronegk (Johann F. von) 
Dach (Simon) 
Denis (Johann R. C. M.) 
Diderot (Denis) 
Eichendorff (Joseph, freiherr 

von) 
Fleck (Konrad) 
Foster (Lillian) 
Freytag (Gustav) 
Fulda (Ludwig) 
Gerstacker (Friedrich) 
Gerstenberg (Heinrich W. 

von) 
Gleim (Johann W. L.) 
Gorrcs (Joseph) 



GERMAN 

Gottfried von Strassburg 
Gryphius (A.) 
Glinther (Johann C.) 
Hagedorn (Friedrich von) 
Hain (Adolf) 
Hauff (Wilhelm) 
Hebel (Johann P.) 
Heine (Heinrich) 
Heinrich von Freiberg 
Heyse (Paul J. L.) 
Hillern (Wilhelmine von) 
Hippel (T. G. von) 
Hoffmann (Hans) 
Hofmannswaldau (Chris- 
tian H. von) 
Karschin (Anna L.) 
Kleist (Ewald C. von) 
Klopstock (Friedrich G.) 
Kretschmann (Karl F.) 
Lenau (Xikolaus) 
Lessing (Gotthold E.) 
Lichtenberg (Georg C.) 
Liliencron (Detlev von) 
Lohenstein (Daniel C. von) 
Luther (Martin) 
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Xeukirch (Benjamin) 
Xicolai (Christoph F.) 
Pfaff (Friedrich) 
Piper (Paul) 
Ramler (Karl W.) 
Richter(Jean P. F.) 
Roling (Johann) 
Scheffel (Joseph V. von) 
Schiller (J. C. F. von) 
Spyri (Johanna) 
Storm (Theodor W.) 
Uli-ich von Tiirheim 
L~z (Johann P.) 
Virgil 

Volkmann (Richard von) 
Walther von der VogeL 

weide 
Weise (Christian) 
Wernike (Christian) 
Wichert (Ernst) 
Wilbrandt (Adolf) 
Zigler (Heinrich A. von) 
Zschokke (Johann H. D.) 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



iEschylus 
Euripides 



GRLLK. 



Lucian 
Herodotus 



Sopbocle 
Xenophon 



ITALIAN 



Alfieri (Vittorio, Count) 
Baretti (G. M. A.) 
Caro (A.) 
Dante Alighieri 



Galileo 

Gozzi (Count Gasparo) 
Guicciardini (Fi-.ni' 
Machiavelli (N.) 



.Manzoni (A. 

Bfetastasio (P.) 
Porto (L. da) 



LATIN 



Addison (Joseph) 


Boraoe 


Pro] 


Bacon (Francis, Viscount St. 


Juvenal 


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Albans) 


I-ivv 


Tibullua 


Caesar (Julius) 


N- p « << lorneliue) 


Vii 


Cicero 


l*. reius 





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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 



LIST OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS taken 
in the Reading Rooms of the Pollokshields, Ander- 
ston, Bridgeton, Dennistoun, Gorbals, Govanhill, 
Hutchesontown, Kingston, Kinning Park, Maryhill, 
Parkhead, Springburn, Townhead, and Woodside 
Libraries, and at the Rankin Reading Room, 
Whitevale Street. 

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— Freeman's Journal, - 


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— News, .... 




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— Journal, - - - - 






















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DAILIES— Continued 

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North Mail, - 
Nottingham Express, 

— Guardian, 
Paisley Express, - 
Paris : Echo de Paris, 

— Le Journal, 

— Le Matin, 

— Le Petit Journal, 



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.. 1 , 

- 1 

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- Le Temps, - 1 

Plymouth : Western Mercury, 1 1 

Rome: II Secolo, - - - 1 

Sheffield Independent, - - 1 

— Telegraph, - - - 1 ... 1 

Shipping Gazette (Morning 

Summary), - - - 1 

South Shields Gazette, - 1 

Vienna: Neue Freie Presse, - 1 

Yorkshire News, - - - 1 1 ... 

— Post, - - - -..,11 1 1 



WEEKLIES 

Aberdeen Free Press, - 

— Journal, - 

Academy, ... - 
Accountant, - 
African World, 
Agricultural Gazette, - 
Airdrie and Coatbridge 

Advertiser, 
Alloa Advertiser, - 

— Journal, - 
Amateur Gardening, - 
Amateur Photographer, 
American Machinist, - 
Angler's News, 
Arbroath Guide, - 

— Herald, - 

Architect, .... 
Ardrossan and Saltcoats 

Herald, 
Argyllshire Herald and Camp 

beltown Advertiser, - 
Army and Navy Gazette, 
Aspirant, .... 
Athenaeum, - - - 
Autocar, - 
Automotor Journal, 

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WEEKLIES— Con tin ued 



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Ayr Advertiser, - - - 1 1 1 

Ayr Observer and Galloway 

Chronicle, - - - 1 

Ayrshire Post, - - - 1 1 

Baker and Confectioner, - 1 

Bakers' Record, - - - 1 

Banffshire Advertiser, - - 1 1 

— Journal, - . - - 1 I 1 

Bazaar, Exchange and Mart, 11 11111111 11 111 
Belfast News, - - - ... 1 1 

— Telegraph, - - 1 1 

Bellshill Speaker and North - 

East Lanarkshire Gazette, 1 

Berwick Advertiser, - - 1 1 

Berwickshire News, - - 1 

Bible Advocate, - - - 1 

Birmingham Mercury, - - 1 

Black and White, - - Ill ... 1 1 

Blanco y Negro, - - 1 

Board of Trade Journal, - 1 1 1 

Bo'ness Journal, - - - 1 

Bookseller, - - - - 1 

Boot and Shoe Trades Journal, 1 

Border Standard, - - 1 1 

Bristol Mercury, - - - 1 

— Times and Mirror, - - 1 

British and Colonial Printer 

and Stationer, - - 1 

British Architect, - - 1 

British Congregationalist, - 1 1 

British Journal of Nursing, - 1 ... 1 

British Journal of Photo- 
graphy, - - - 1 1 1 

British Weekly, - - - ... 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 

Broad Arrow, The Naval and 

Military Gazette, - 1 

Builder, - - - - 1 1 1 ... 

Builders Journal, - - 1 

Building News, - - -... 1 1 1 1 

Building Trade, - - - 1 

Building World, - - - 1 ... 1 1 

Buteman and Visitors' List, - ... 1 1 

Cabinet Maker, - - - ... 1 1 

Cambuslang Advertiser, - 1 

Canary and Cage-bird Life, - 1 

Car, 1 

Cardiff Times, - - - 1 ... 

Carpenter and Builder, - 1 ... 1 

CasselFs Saturday Journal, - 1 1 

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WEEKLIES— Con tinned 



Catholic Fireside, 

Chemical News, - 

Chemical Trade Journal, 

christian Endeavour Times, 

Christian Science Sentinel, ■ 

Christian World, - 

Civil Service Candidate, 

Civil Service Gazette, - 

Civil Service Hints, 

Civil Service Weekly, - 

Civilian, .... 

Claidheamh Soluis, 

Clarion, .... 

Clydebank and Renfrew Press, ... 1 

Coal and Iron, - - - 1 1 

Coatbridge Express, - - 1 ] 

Colliery Guardian, - - 1 

Commercial Intelligence, - 1 

Contract Journal, - - ... 1 1 

Contractor, - - - - 1 

Co-operative News, - - 1 

Cotton Factory Times, - - 1 

Country Life, - - - 1 , 

Country-Side, - - - , 1 1 1 

County and Municipal Record, 1 

)ial, - - - - -... 1 

)omenica del Corriere, - 1 , , 

)rapers' Record, - - - 1 

)ublin : Freeman, - - ... 1 1 1 

Irish Times, - - - ... 1 1 

)umbarton Herald, - - ... 1 1 

)umfries and Galloway Courier 

and Herald, - - 1 ... 1 1 

- and Galloway Standard, - 1 1 • 

)undee Weekly News, - ... 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 1 

)unfermline Express, - - 1 1 

Press and West of Fife 

Advertiser, - - 1 ... 

)unoon Observer and Argyll- 
shire Standard, - - 1 

Cast Cumberland News, - 1 , 

)as Echo, - - - - ... 1 .'.-. 

Cdinburgh : Scotsman, - 1 .., 

"ducation, - - - - 1 

educational News, - - 1 ... 1 1 1 1 

electrical Engineer, - - 1 1 1 

electrical Engineering, - 1 

Electrical Review, - - ... 1 1 1 

Uectrical Times, - - - 1 1 1 1 

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WEEKLIES— Contin ued 



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Electrician, - 

Electricity, - 

Elgin Courant and Courier, 

Engineer, 

Engineer and Iron Trades 

Advertiser, 
Engineering, 
Engineering Record, - 
English Mechanic, 
Enquire Within, - 

Era, 

Fairplay, - 
Falkirk Herald, - 

— Mail, - 

Farm, Field, and Fireside, - 
Feathered Life, 
Feathered World, 

Field, 

Fife Free Press, - 

— Herald and Journal, 

— News, - 
Fifeshire Advertiser, - 
Fishing Gazette, - 
Fliegende Blatter, 
Forfar Herald, 

Forres, Elgin, and Nairn 

Gazette, 
Forward, - 
Freemason, - 
Fur and Feather, 
Galloway Advertiser, - 
Garden, - 

Garden Life, 
Gardener, - 
Gardener's Chronicle, - 
Gardener's Magazine, - 
Gardening, - 
Gardening World, 
Die Gartenlaube, - 
Gas World, - 
Gentlewoman, 
Glasgow Corporation Minutes 

— Eastern Argus, 

— Bailie, - 

— Citizen, - 

— Herald, - 

— Mail, - 

— News, - 

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WEEKLIES— Continued 



Glasgow People's Journal, 

— St. Rollox and Springburn 

Express, 

— Scottish Record, 

— Southern Press, 

— Star and Examiner, 
Goliing, - 

Good Words, 
Go van Press, 
Graphic, - 
Great Thoughts, - 
Greenock Herald, 
Grocers' Journal, - 
Haddington Advertiser, 
Haddingtonshire Courier, 
Hamilton Advertiser, - 
Hardware Trade Journal, - 
Harper's Weekly, 
Hawick Advertiser, 

— News, - 
Health, - 

Health and Strength, - 
Hearth and Home, 
Highland News, - 
Highland Times, - 
Hobbies, - 
Home Chat, - 
Home Companion, 
Home Notes, 
Hospital, - 
Illustrated Kennel News, 
Illustrated London News, - 
L'lllustration, 
Illustrazione Italiana, - 
Insurance Observer, 
Insurance Record, 
Inverness Courier, 
Irish Weekly, 

Iron and Coal Trades Review, 
Iron and Steel Trades Journal, 
Jewish Chronicle, 
Jewish World, 
John-o'-Groat Journal, 
Journal of Gas Lighting, 
Justice, - 

Kelso Chronicle, - 
Kilmarnock Herald, 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

WEEKLIES— Continued 



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Labour News and Employ- 
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Ladies' Field, - - - 1 

Ladies' Review, - - - ... 1 

Lady, 1 1 1 1 1 

Lady's Pictorial, - - - 1 1 1 ... 1 1 

Lanarkshire (bi-weekly), 



Leather Trades' Review, - 1 

Leith Burghs Pilot, - - ... 1 1 

— Herald, - - - - 1 

— Observer, - - - 1 

Lennox Herald, - - - 1 1 

Life, 1 

Light, 1 ... 1 1 

Local Government Chronicle, 1 ... 1 1 

Local Government Journal, - ... 1 ... 1 ... 1 

Local Go vernment Officer, - 1 ... 

London Opinion, - - - 

Madame, - - - - 1 

Maryhill Herald, - - - 1 

Mechanical Engineer, - - 1 1 

Mechanical World, - - 1 

Mining Journal, Railway, and 

Commercial Gazette, -* 1 1 

Mining World, - - - 1 1 ... 

Model Engineer and Elec- 
trician, - - - 1 ... 

Le Monde Illustre, - - 1 

Motherwell Times, - - 1 1 

Motor, 1 

Motor World, - - - 1 ... 1 ... 

Municipal Journal, - - 1 1 

Musical News, - - - 1 

Musical Standard, - - 

Nation, - - - - 1 1 1 ... 1 ... % 1 

Nature, - - - - 1 1 

Newcastle Chronicle, - - 1 1 

North British Agriculturalist, 1 

Northern Chronicle, - - 1 1 

Northern Ensign, - - 1 1 

Northern Scot and Moray and 

Nairn Express, - - 1 1 1 

Notes and Queries, - - 1 1 

Oban Times and Telegraph, - ... 1 1 1 1 ... 1 

Oil and Colour Trades Journal, 1 1 

Orcadian, - - - - 1 

Orkney Herald, - - - 1 1 

Our Home, - - - - 1 1 

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Journal, 


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— Courier, - 






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Photography and Focus, 




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Practical Engineer, 


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Ross-shire Journal, 
















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WEEKLIES— Continued 





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African Monthly, 
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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

MONTHLIES - Con t inued 



Yrt Journal, 
Atlantic Monthly, 
badminton Magazine, 
3aily's Magazine, 
Blackwood's Magazine, 

Book Monthly, - - - 1 1 

Bookman, - - - - 1 1 ... 

Bookman (American), - - 1 i 

Border Magazine, - - 1 \ 

Bradshaw's Railway Guide, - ... 1 1 ... 1 l ... i \ X \ 

kick and Pottery Trades 

Journal, - - - 1 

British Empire Review, - 1 1 

British Esperantist, - - 1 \ \ [ 

British Machinery Gazette, - 1 

British Printer, - - - 1 ... 1 \ 

British Trade Journal, - - "' ' '[' 

British Warehouseman, - 1 ............ 1 

Canadian Magazine, - - 1 { [ 

Cassell's Magazine, - - 1 l 1 "" 1 ' '{ ' i l 

Cassier's Magazine, - - 1 . \ j j 

Caxton Magazine, - - 1 \/\ '[' 

Celtic Monthly, - - - ... 1 ... [" ... .[. ... '"' \" [\ ' '[ 

Century Illustrated Magazine, 1 ... ... '.' '" [[[ * "' '{' '{' 

Chambers's Journal, - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y Y Y 1 1 'i 
Christian Science Journal, -111111111111111 

Cinq Langues, - - - 1 

Coach Builders' Art Journal, 1 ... ... "" [" '[] ' 

Confectionery, - - . 1 

lonnoisseur, - - - ......... \ 

Contemporary Review, - 1 1 Y 1 i 

Jornhill Magazine, - - 1 1 Y *'.".'.'.'.... 1 1 

Cosmopolitan, - - - ... 1 ... 1 1 

Current Literature, - - ... Y ... ... [ \ 

)ecorative Art, Journal of, - 1 *" **' ' 

)ecorator, - - - . 1 j 

)ecorators' and Painters' 

Magazine, - 
)elineator, - 
>eo-Gr&ne, - 
>epositor, - 
>yer, Calico Printer, 

Textile Review - 
Educational Times, 
llectric Journal, - 



llectrical Magazine, 

Ilectrics, 

Impire Review, - 

limporium, - 



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Engineering Magazine, 
Engineering Review, - 
Engineering Times, 
English Illustrated, 
Epicure, .... 
Eve's Mirror, 

Expositor, .... 
Expository Times, 
Figaro Illustre, 
Fortnightly Review, 
Forum, .... 

Foundry Trade Journal, 
Fry's Magazine, - 
Gas Engineer's Magazine, 
Girls' Realm, 
Good Health, 
Good Templar, 
Grand Magazine, - 
Great Thoughts, - 

Guide, 

Harper's Monthly, 
Harrison's Dressmaker, 
Health Record, 
Herald of Health, 
Herald of Peace, - 
Herald of the Cross, 
Home, ----- 
Idler, --- - 
Incorporated Accountants' 

Journal, 
Individualist, 
Journal of Education, - 
Journal of the Royal Scottish 

Society of Arts. 
Knowledge, - - - - 
Ladies' Review, - 
Lady's Realm, 
Lady's World, 
Laundry News, 
Laundry Record, - 
Leach's Family Dressmaker, - 
Lectures pour Tous, 
Liberal Magazine, 
Library World, 
Literary Guide, 
Literary World, - 
Locomotive Magazine, - 






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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

MONTHLIES— Continued 

London Magazine, - - 1 1 1 1 

McClure's Magazine, - - 1 

Magazine of Commerce, - 1 1 

Marine Engineer, - -... 1 1 ... 1 1 

Mariner and Engineering 

Record, - - - ... 1 

Messenger, - - - - ... 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 1 1 1 1 ... 1 ... 

Le Monde Moderne, - - 1 

Modern Business, - - .. 1 1 

Munsey's Magazine, - - 1 1 1 1 

Musical Herald, - - - 1 1 ... 1 

Musical Opinion, - - - 1 ... 

Musical Times, - - - ... 1 ... 1 , ... 1 

Musicians' Report and Journal,... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 

Myra's Journal, - - - 1 

National Review, - - 1 1 

Nautical Magazine, - - 1 1 ... 1 

New Church Magazine, -111111111111111 

New Ireland Review, - - 1 

Nineteenth Century and after, ... 1 1 ... 1 1 1 

North American Review, - ... 1 1 1 

Novel Magazine, - - - 1 

Nursing Notes, - - - 1 

Outing, - - - - 1 

Pall Mall Magazine, - - ... 1 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 ... 1 

Paper-Maker ; - - - 1 

Parents' Review, - - - 1 

Pearson's Magazine, - -... 1 ... 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 ... 1 

Phono Monthly, - - - 1 

Phonographer, - - - 1 1 

Photo-Era, - - - - 1 ... 

Photographic Journal,- - 1 1 

Photographic Monthly, - ... 1 

Photographic Times, - - 1 

Pottery G azette and China and 

Glass Trades' Review, ... 1 ... 1 

Power, - - - - 1 

Practical Confectioner and 

Baker, - - - 1 1 1 ... 

Practical Teacher, - - 1 1 

Printers' Register, - - 1 

Printing Art, - - - 1 

Process Engraver's Monthly, 1 

Putnam's Monthly, - - 1 1 ... 

Quiver, 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 1 ... 1 1 ... 

Railway Clerk, - - - ... 1 ... 1 1 Ill ... 

Railway Engineer, - - 1 

Railway Magazine, - -... 1 1 1 1 ... 1 

Reporters' Journal, - - 1 1 

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GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRA RfES. 



MONTHLIES— Continued 



Reporters' Magazine. - 

Representation, - 

Review of Reviews, 

Revue des Deux Mondes 
(fortnightly), 

Royal Magazine, - 

Sabbath School Magazine, - 

School, ----- 

School World, 

Scottish Critic, 

Scottish Field, 

Scottish Geographical 
Magazine, - 

Scottish Prohibitionist, 

Scottish Reformer, 

Scottish Women's Temper- 
ance News, 

Scribner's Magazine, 

Selborne Magazine, 

Shorthand Writer, 

Socialist Review, 

Son of Temperance, 

Southern Field, - 

Steamship, - 

Strand Magazine, 

Studio, 

Sunday at Home, - 

Sunday Strand, - 

Superintendent and Foreman 
Shoe Manufacturing 
Trade, 

Textile Manufacturer, - 

Textile Recorder, - 

Thoughts from the Word of 
God, --- - 

T.ramway and Railway World. 

Uber Land und Meer, - 

University Review, 

Yelhagen und Klasing's Monats- 
hefte, ... - 

W T ater, - 

Weldon's Home Dressmaker, 

— Illustrated Dressmaker, - 

— Ladies' Journal, 
Westminster Review, - 
Wide World Magazine, 
Windsor Magazine, 
Woman at Home,- 
Work, 



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World's Work and Play, - 1 

Young Man, - - 1 ... 

Young Woman, - - - 1 1 



QUARTERLIES 

Celtic Review, - - - 1 

Hibbert Journal, - - - 1 

Home Art Work, - - - 1 

Humane Review, - - - 1 

Patents, - - - - 1 

Scottish Historical Review, - 1 

Scotia, 1 1 1 ... 1 1 



lv 



GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 



DIRECTIONS TO BORROWERS. 



The Library is open for the issue and return of Books daily, from 
11 a.m. till 8.30 p.m. 

The Borrower's Ticket must be presented both on application being 
made for a book and also on the return of the book. 

All books returned are to be handed in at the Return Counter, when 
the entry of the issue on the Borrower's Ticket will be cancelled with 
an official stamp, and the ticket returned to the borrower, who may 
then apply for another book. 

Should the books desired not be novels, it is requested that the 
borrower will hand in at the Issue Counter, together with his ticket, a 
list of say a dozen books (number and brief title), in the order in which 
they are required. The first number on the list found to be in will be 
issued to the borrower. 

Should the book desired be a novel, the borrower will consult the 
Fiction Indicator, the numbers in which run in the order of the letters 
and figures. All numbers underlined white are In. Having found a 
desired number marked with the white line, the borrower will ask for 
it at the Issue Counter, at the same time handing in his Borrower's 
Ticket. The number of the book will be entered on the ticket, and 
the date on or before which, according to the Bye-Laws and Regula- 
tions, the book should be returned to the Library, will be stamped 
on a label inside the book. Book and ticket are then handed to the 
borrower. 

All fines for undue detention of books, and any charge for damage, 
must be paid when the book is returned. Otherwise the Borrower's 
Ticket will be retained. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



bill. 


Bibliography. 


cont. 


Continued. 


ed. 


Edited. Editor. 


ill. 


Illustrations, 


mem. 


Memoir. 


mus. 


Music. 


port. 


Portrait. Portraits. 


trans. 


Translated. 


v. 


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Abbess of Vlaye [a romance] ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 44W15 

Abbey Mill [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 81 W 2 

Abbot ; by Sir W. Scott. 2 copies. - - - - - 35 S 4 

"A sequel to 'The monastery,' " 35S13. 

Abbotsford. Irving (W.) Abbotsford, and Newstead Abbey. - 81703 

Abbott (Edwin A.) Cambridge sermons. 1875. - - - 25216 

- St. Thomas of Canterbury, death and miracles. 1898. 2 v. - B 241-2 

- A Shakespearian grammar. 1871. 82517 

Abbott (Lyman) The industrial problem. 1905. - - - 33116 
A Beckett (Arthur W.) London at the end of the century. 1900. 91701 
Abercromby (Ralph) Weather, a popular exposition. 1902. ill. 55113 
Abercromby, Sir Ralph, Gen. A Court (C.) Abercromby. In 

From Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. port, plans. - 99610 
Aberdeen. Mitchell (V.) Destruction of churches and religious 

houses in Aberdeen. 1899. ill. 92101 

Aberdour. Ross (W.) Aberdour and Inchcolme. 1885. - - 92506 

About (Edmond F. V.) La fille du chanoine [etc.] ; with notes. 44801 

- La mere de la marquise ; with notes. 1904. mem. port. - 44819 

- Les manages de Paris. 1A1 

Absentee; by M. Edgeworth. 10E3 

Abyssinia. Jennings (J. W.) and Addison (C.) With the 

Abyssinians in Somaliland. 1905. ill. map.- - - 96104 

- Skinner (R. P.) Abyssinia of to-day. 1906. ill. map. - - 95801 

"An account of the first mission sent by the American government to 
the court of the King of Kings, 1903-4." 

Accessory after the fact [a novel] ; by Mrs. L. Adams. - - 5A1 

Accidence. See names of languages, as, Language, English. 

According to promise [sermons] ; by C. H. Spurgeon. 18S7. - 25217 

Accountancy. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

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Accountancy. Lisle (G.) Accounting in theory and practice. 1906 

- Nixon (A.) and Stagg (J. H.) Accounting and banking. 1907. 

- Sweetland (C. A.) Loose leaf book-keeping and accounting. - 

- See also Book-keeping. Investments. 
Acetylene. Doman (W.) Acetylene gas. 1902. ill.- 
Achaia. See Greece. 

Ackermaxn (Alfred S. E. ) Popular fallacies. 1907. HI 
AckwoPvTH (John) The coming of the preachers, a tale. - 
A Court (C. ) Abercromby. In Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. 
Acoustics. See Sound. 

Across her path ; by A. S. Swan. 

Across the plains, with other essays; by R. L. Stevenson. 1905. 
Acting. For list of related subjects, see Amusements. 

- Browne (J. H. B. ) The art of acting [a review]. In his Essays, v. 1 . 

- Xeil (C. L. ) Amateur theatricals, a guide. 1904. ill. - 
Acton (John D'Alberc;, Lord) Lord Acton and his circle 

[letters]; ed. by [F. A.] Gasquet. port. .... 
Actors. In Birrell ( A.) Obiter dicta. 1890. - 
Acts of the apostles. See Bible. 
Adam (F.) and Wilkinson (H. S.) Clive. In From Cromwell 

to Wellington. 1907. ill 

Adam Bede ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. 

Adam Grainger, and other stories: by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 

Adam Hepburn's vow. a tale ; by A. 8. Swan. - 

Adam Johnstone's son ; by F. M. Crawford. .... 

Adams (Brooks) The law of civilization and decay. 1898. 

Adams (Henry) Cassell's Engineers' handbook. 

Adams (Henry) John Randolph [a biography]. 1898. 

Adams (Henry G.) Life and adventures of Dr. Livingstone, ill. 

Adams. John [a biography] ; by J. T. Morse. 1SS-L - 

Adams. John Quincy [a biography] ; by J. T. Morse. 189S. 

Adams (Mrs. Leitit) Accessory after the fact. - 

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Adamson (William) The life of James Morison, D.D. 
Addams (Jane) Newer ideals of peace. 1907. - 
Addison (Christopher) joint-author. See Jennings (J. W*) 
Addison (Joseph) Works ; ed. by R. Hard and H. G. Bonn. 

1899-1907. 6 v. port. ill. E1A2-7 

1. Poems [including plays]. Dialogues upon ancient medals. Remarks 
on Italy, 1701-3. 2. Tatler. Spectator. 3. Spectator [cont.] 4. Spectator 
[concl.] Guardian. Freeholder. 5. Freeholder [concl.] The Christian 
religion. The drummer [a comedy]. Letters. 6. Letters [concl.] Latin 
poems and prose. Official documents. Addisonian^. [Etc.] 

- and Steele (Sir R.) The Spectator, essays. - 
Addison, Joseph. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 2. 

- Macaulay (Lord) Life and writings of Addison. In his V. 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 

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Addison (Julia deW.) Art of the National Gallery. 1905. ill. 70801 

Addison (William H.) joint-author. See Love (James K.) 

Adela Cathcart [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - - - -10M28 

Adelek (Max) The Quakeress. 10 A 1 

Administration. See Government. 
Admirals. See Naval biography. 

Advanced-guard ; by Sydney C. Grier. 67 G2 

Adventurer of the north ; by Sir G. Parker. - - - - 8P2 

" A continuation of ' Pierre and his people,' " 8 P 4. 

Adventures of an aide-de-camp ; by J. Grant. - - 51G2 

Adventures of Arthur O'Leary ; by C. Lever. .... 39L2 

Adventures of Captain Bonneville ; by W. Irving. - - - 8l2 

Adventures of Captain Kettle ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. 2 cop. 115 H 2 

Captain Kettle series, No. 2. 

Adventures, Further,of Captain Kettle; byC.J.C.W. Hyne. 2 cop. 115H3 

Adventures of Gerard ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - - 51D21 

A sequel to " The exploits of Brigadier Gerard," 51D20. 

Adventures of Gil Bias ; by A. P. Le Sage. - - - 37 L 2 

Adventures of Harry Richmond ; by G. Meredith. - - - 82 M 4 

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ; by Mark Twain. - - - 52 T 3 

A sequel to "The adventures of Tom Sawyer," 52T9- 

Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green ; by Cuthbert Bede. - - 37 B 2 

Adventures of M. d'Haricot ; by J. S. Clouston. - - - 132 02 

Adventures of Philip ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 6 

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 4 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 4. 

Adventures of Tom Sawyer ; by Mark Twain. - - - 52 T 9 
Advertising. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- Mares (G. C.) Advertising that tells. 1907. ill. - - 65901 
Advice to young men and young women ; by W. Cobbett. - 17016 
Ady (Mrs. Henry) Isabella d'Este, a study. 1903. 2 v. ill. E021-2 
Adye (Sir John M.) Heathfield. In Cromwell to Wellington. 99610 
Aerial navigation. Chatley (H.) Problem of flight. 1907. ill. 53301 

- Cochrane (C. H.) The conquest of the air. In his Modern 

industrial progress. 1904. ill. 67002 

- Hartwig(G. ) Theballoon. In his Marvels over our heads. 1894. ill. 55123 
iEsCHYLUS. Prometheus vinctus ; with notes. 1892. - - 48803 

- Tragedies ; trans, by T. A. Buckley. 1849. mem. port. - 88201 
Esthetics. For list of other subjects in art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Burke (E.) The sublime and beautiful. In his Works, v. 1. - 82811 

- Hegel (G. W. F.) Vorlesungen iiber die Aesthetik. In his 

Werke. 1835-8. 19315-7 

- Lessing (G. E. ) Laokoon. In his Werke, v. 9. - - - 83812 

- - Laocoon [selections] ; trans, by T. De Quincey. - - - E2D2 

- Macvicar (J. G.) The philosophy of the beautiful. 1855. ill. 70103 

- Pearson (R.) Popular taste. 1866.- - ... 70104 

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-Esthetics. Puffer (E. D.) The psychology of beauty. 1907. - 70102 

- In Stewart (D. ) Works, v. 5. 1855. ----- 19222 

The beautiful. The sublime. The faculty or habit of taste. The cul- 
ture of certain intellectual habits connected with the first elements of taste. 

- See also Imagination. 

-Ether. Woods (H.) ^Ether, a theory. 1906. - 53901 
Aetolia. Woodhouse ( W. J. ) Aetolia, its geography, topography, 

and antiquities. 1897. bibl. ill. maps. - 93805 

Afghanistan. In Browne (J. H. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1907. - - E6B2 

- In Harrison (F.) National and social problems. 1908. - - 30413 
Afloat and ashore, a sea tale ; by J. F. Cooper. - - - - 86 C 13 
Africa, 1, General. Alston (L. ) The white man's work in Asia 

and Africa, the colour question. 1907. - - - - 94312 

- Davis (R. H.) The Congo and coasts of Africa. 1908. ill. - 95909 

- Gibbons (A. St. H.) Africa from south to north. 1904. 2 v. ill. 95502-3 

- 7?iRaynal(W. T. ) FiUropeans in East and West Indies. 1798. map. 90821 
Africa, 2, Central. Baker (Sir S. W.) Ismailia. 1874. 2 v. ill. mops. 95707-8 

"The expedition for the suppression of the slave trade." 

- Cameron (V. L.) Across Africa. 1877. 2 v. ill. map. - 95911-2 

- Foa(E.) After big game in central Africa. 1899. ill. map. 79902 

- Livingstone (1).) Last journals. L880. 2 v. ill. maps. -95903-4 

- Lloyd (A. B.) In dwarf land and cannibal country. 1907. ill. 95907 

- Stanley(SirH. M.) In darkest Africa [1886-90]. 2v. ill. maps. 95901-2 

Through the dark continent [1874-5]. 1907. ill. map. - 95908 

Africa, 3, East. Cotton (P. H. G. P.) In unknown Africa, travel 

and sport. 1904. ill. 96103 

- Drummond (H.) Tropical Africa. 1888. maps. - - - 96102 

- Schillings (C. G.) With flashlight and rifle. 190(1 2 v. ill. 79942-3 

"Hunting adventures and studies in wild life in equatorial cast Africa." 

- Stanley (Sir H. M.) Howl found Livingstone [1871 -'2]. ill. map. 96101 
Africa, 4, North. Keane (A. H.) Geography and travel, north 

Africa. 1907. ill. maps. .... - 95606 
Africa, 5, South. Buchan (J.) The African colony, the recon- 
struction. 1903. maps. 96302 

- Butler (Sir W. F.) From Naboth's vineyard. 1907. - - 96501 

- Colquhoun( A. R.) The Africander land. 1906. maps. - 96306 

- Froude (J. A.) Leaves from a journal [1874]. In his Studies. E1F3 

- Gaul (YV.T.) South Africa. In Church and Empire, essays. 1907. 27401 

- Livingstone (D.) Missionary travels. 1857. ill. map. • - 96303 

- Markham (V. R.) South Africa, past and present. 1900. ill. 96305 

- Martin (A.) Home life on an ostrich farm. 1892. ill. - - 96502 

- Selous (F. C.) A hunter's wanderings in Africa. 1907. ill. - 96304 

- Theal (G. McC.) South Africa [a history to 1899]. ill. maps. 96301 
Africa, South, War, 1899-1902. De la Rey (Mrs. J. E. ) A woman's 

wanderings and trials during the Anglo-Boer war. 1903. ill. 96405 

- Haldane (J. A. L.) How we escaped from Pretoria. 1901. ill. 96402 

- Hunt (V. B. ) A woman's memories of the war. 1901. - - 96404 

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Africa, South, War, 1899-1902. Mackinnon (Sir W. H.) Journal 

of the C. I. V. [1900]. ill. map. - - 96403 

- Steevens (G. W. ) From Capetown to Ladysmith. 1900. maps. 96401 
Africa, 6, West. Jobson (R.) The golden trade, 1623. - - 96001 

" Discovery of the river Gambra, and the golden trade of the Aethiopians." 

- Park (M.) Travels in Africa [1795-1805]. 1903. col. ill. - 96002 

After all ; by B. Whitby. 48 Wl 

After dark ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 74C2 

Aftermath ; by J. L. Allen. 27A3 

"Part second of 'A Kentucky cardinal,' " 27A2. 

Afterwards, and other stories ; by J. Watson. - - - - 28 W 6 
Age. See Middle age. Old age. 

Agincourt, or, the times of Henry V. ; by G. P. R. James. - 6J1 

Agnes Grey [a story] ; by A. Bronte. 91 B 2 

Agnosticism. Balfour (F. H.) The higher agnosticism. 1907.- 21107 

Agricola. Tacitus. Life of Agricola ; notes. In h is Works, v. 2. 87802 
Agricultural classes. For list of related subjects, see Labour. 

- The Irish peasant, a sociological study. 1892. - - - 33103 

- Jefferies (R.) The toilers of the field. 1898. - 33115 

- Kebbel (T. E.) Agricultural labourer, his position. 1893. - 33114 

- Nicholson (J. S.) Rents, wages, and profits in agriculture, 

and their bearing on rural depopulation. 1906. - - 33101 

- See also Crofters. Village communities. 
Agriculture. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. 

- Bright (T. ) The agricultural valuer's assistant. 1901. - - 63003 

- Card (F. W. ) Farm management. 63002 

- Daranyi (I.) The state and agriculture in Hungary. 1905. - 63005 

- Hobson (J. A.) ed. Co-operative labour upon the land. 1895. 33802 

- Stubbs (C. W.) The land and the labourers. 1893. - - 33803 

"Facts and experiments in cottage farming and co-operative agriculture." 

- Tod (W. M.) Farming. 1903. ill. 63001 

- See also Cotton. Dairy. Fish, fishing. Forestry. Gardening. 
Aguilar (Grace) The women of Israel. 1888. port. - - 22203 

- The days of Bruce, a story from Scottish history. - - - 12 A 2 

- Edmund, the exiled prince. Wallace, the dauntless chief. - 12A7 

- Home influence, a tale. 12 A 1 

- The mother's recompense, a sequel to "Home influence." - 12A5 

- Home scenes and heart studies [stories]. 12 A 6 

- Macintosh, the Highland chief, a tale. 12 A 8 

- The vale of cedars, or, the martyr, a story of Spain. - - 12 A 3 

- Woman's friendship. -------- 12A4 

Aide (Charles Hamilton) Past and present, verses. 1903. - 601A 

Aids to reflection ; by S. T. Coleridge. 24202 

Aikman (J. L.) ed. U. P. congregations in Glasgow. 1875. ill. 92402 

Ainger(A. C.) [The game of] Fives. 1903. ill. - - - 79616 

Ainger (Alfred) Charles Lamb [his life and work]. 1891. - L061 



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Ainger, Alfred, Life and letters of ; by E. Sichel. 1906. port. A 081 
Ainsworth (William Harrison) Guy Fawkes. - - - 16A2 

- Old Saint Paul's, a tale of the plague and the fire. - - 16 A 3 

- The Star-chamber, an historical romance. - - - - 16A4 

- The Tower of London, a romance. - - - - - - 16A5 

Air. Archibald (D.) Story of the atmosphere. 1901. ill. - 55103 

- See also Aerial navigation. 

'Airy fairy Lilian' ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H3 
Aitken (Thomas) Road making and maintenance. 1907. ill. - 62701 
Alton (John) Life and times of Alexander Henderson. 1836. - H161 
Aix Roads. In Higginson (F. J.) Naval battles. 1906. - - 90403 

Akenside (Mark) Poetical works, mem. 301 A 

Albemarle (Earl of) and Hillier (G. L.) Cycling. 1901. ill. 79614 
Albert, Prince Consort, Life of; by Sir T. Martin. 18S2. fo. port. A061 
Alchemy. For list of related subjects, see Chemistry. 

- Muir (M. M. P.) Story of alchemy and chemistry. 1902. ill. 54001 
Alcock (Deborah) Under the Southern Cross. - - - 17 A 1 
Alcohol. For lists of related subjects, see Health. Industries. 

- Jones (H. E.) Alcohol [its use and abuse]. 1907. ill. - - 61308 

- Wright (F. B.) The distillation of alcohol. 1907. ill. - - 66303 

" And de-naturing alcohol for use in engines, heating, lighting [etc.]" 
Aldersyde, a Border story ; by A. S. Swan. .... 147S3 
Aldis (Janet) Madame Geoffrin, her salon and times, 1750-77. ill. G031 
Aldrich (Thomas B. ) The Queen of Sheba. .... 21 Al 

- The Stillwater tragedy. 21 A 2 

Alec Forbes of Howglen [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - - 10 M 3 
Alembert, Jean le R. d'. See DAlembert, Jean le R. 

Alexander the Great. Mahaffy (J. P.) and Gilman (A.) Alex- 
ander's Empire. 1900. ill. map*. 93801 

Alexander II., Emperor of Russia. Forbes (A.) Interviewed by 

an Emperor. In his Souvenirs of some continents. 1894. 90406 
Alexander of Abonotichus. Froude (J. A. ) A Cagliostro of the 

second century. In his Short studies, v. 4. 1905. - - E1F4 
Alexander (Arch. B. D.) A short history of philosophy. 1907. 10901 
Alexandria and her schools ; by C. Kingsley. In his Lectures. 1902. 90411 
Alfieri (Vittorio, Count) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Extracts 
from Italian prose writers. - 

- Oreste, tragedia ; with notes. 1890. 
Algae. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Cooke (M. C.) Introduction to fresh-water algae. 1902. 
Algebra. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 4-7. 1906. - 

- Collar (G. ) A new algebra ; [with] chapters on graphs. 

- Hall (H. S.) and Knight (S. R.) Elementary algebra. 
Higher algebra, sequel to "Elementary algebra." 

- Lightfoot (J.) An elemeatary and intermediate algebra ; with 

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Algebra. See also Equations. 

Algeria. King (W. J. H.) Search for masked Tawareks. 1003. 95604 

Alhambra. Calvert (A. F.) Granada and the Alhambra. 1907. ill. 93425 

- Irving (W.) The Alhambra. 190."). 93419 

Alice Lorraine, a tale ; by R. D. Blackmore. ... - 120 B 3 
Alice, or, the mysteries ; by Lord Lytton. 73 L 6 

"A sequel to ' Ernest Mult-ravers,'" 73L5. 

Alien, a story ; by F. F. Montresor. 105 Ml 

Aliens. See Emigration. 

Alison (Sir Archibald) History of Europe, 1789-1815; with 

index. 1853-6. 13 v. ill. 91018-30 

Alison (Sir Arch.) Gen. Wolfe. In Cromwell to Wellington. 99610 
All sorts and conditions of men ; by Sir W. Besant. - - 48 B 2 

Allan Quatermain ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - 3H15 

A sequel to " King Solomon's mines," 3H6. 
Allan's wife, and other tales ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - 3H16 

A sequel to " Allan Quatermain." 
Allcroft (A. H.) and Masom (W t . F.) History of Rome to 

14 A. d. 1893. maps. - 93638 

Allen (Grant) The story of the plants. 1903. ill.- - - 58101 

- The devil's die, a novel. 26 A 2 

- The Duchess of Powysland, a novel. .... 

- For Maimie's sake, a tale of love and dynamite. 
Allen, Grant, a memoir ; by E. Clodd. 1900. bibl. port. 
Allen (James L. ) A Kentucky cardinal, a story. 

- Aftermath, part second of <; A Kentucky cardinal." 

- Mettle of the pasture. 

Allen (John B.) A first Latin exercise book. 1905. 

- A second Latin exercise book. 1904. ... - 
Allotments and small holdings ; by J. L. Green. 1S96. til. 
Alloys. Methods of testing metals and alloys [etc.] 1906. 
Allpress (R. H.) and Laffitte(J.) French grammar. 1907. 
xAllsop (F. C.) Practical electric bell fitting. 1903. ill. - 
Alone on a wide, wide sea ; by W. Clark Russell. 
Alphabet. Clodd (E.) The story of the alphabet, ill. 
Alps. Gribble (F. ) The story of Alpine climbing. 1904. 

- Handbook for Switzerland and the iUps. 1904. maps. 

- Tyndall (J.) Alpine sculpture. 

v. 1. 1902. - 

- - Life in the Alps ; Alpine jottings 

Alroy ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - ... 

Als Verlobte empfehlen sich ; von E. Wichert ; with notes. 1902 
Alston (Leonard) White man's work in Asia and Africa. 1907. 
Alton Locke, tailor and poet [a story] ; by C. Kingsley. 
Altsheler (Joseph A.) Guthrie of the Times, a story of success. 
Amabel and Amoris ; trans, by L. Housman. - 



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Amana Society. In Nordhoff (C.) Communistic societies, ill.- 33519 

Amaryllis at the fair ; by R. JefFeries. 13J3 

Amazing marriage ; by G. Meredith. 82M13 

Amblers; by B. L. Farjeon. - - - - - - 3F1 

Ambulance. See First aid. 

America, 1, General. In Raynal (W. T. ) Europeans in the East 

and West Indies, v. 3, 5-6. 1798. map. 90820, 90822-3 

America, 2, Central. Young (A. B. F. ) Columbus and the new 

world of his discovery. 1906. 2 v. bibl. ill. maps. - C 034-5 
America, 3, North. Kingsley (C.) The first discovery of America. 

In his Lectures. 1902. 90411 

- Porteous (A.) A scamper through some cities of America. 1890. 96801 
America, 4, South. Clark (F. E.) The continent of oppor- 
tunity. 1907. ill map.- 97801 

- Moses (B.) South America on the eve of emancipation. 1908. 97802 

"The southern Spanish colonies in the last half-century of their 
dependence." 

American cousins, a story ; by Sarah Tytler. .... 58T1 

American girl in India ; by S. Bradley. 122 Bl 

American literature. See Literature, American. 

American notes [U.S.A.] ; by C. Dickens, ill. 2 copies. - - 97201 
American scene [United States] ; by H. James. 1907. - - 97209 
American statesmen, biographies. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

American wives and English husbands, a novel; by G. F. Atherton. 55 A2 
American woman [a story] ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 147 340 

A sequel to " A son of Erin," 147 S 38. 
Amiel (Henri F.) Journal intime ; trans, by Mrs. H. Ward. - A151 
Amiel, Henri F. In Renan (E.) Poetry of the Celtic races [etc.] E1R1 
Amos. See Bible. 
Amos (Sheldon) The science of law. 1896. - - - 34001 

- The science of politics. 1890.- - - - 32001 
Amusements. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Fine and recreative. 

- Hoffmann (Professor) Drawing-room amusements, ill. - - 29307 

- Thornwood (F. A.) Home games and entertainments, ill. - 79305 

- See also Acting. Conjuring. Dancing. Drama. Games. Sports. 

Ventriloquism. 
Anaesthetics. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Boyle (H. E. G.) Practical anesthetics. 1907. ill. - 61501 
Anakreontiker und preuszisch-patriotische Lyriker. - - - 83103 
Analysis. See Spectrum. 

Anatomy. Comparative anatomy. 7?iCasselPs Educator, v. 6-8. 03208-10 

- See also Bones. Speech. 

Anatomy, Artistic. For list of related subjects, see Drawing. 

- Muckley (W. J.) Manual of artistic anatomy. 1902. ill. - 74301 
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Anderson (.1. (i. ( !. ) Paganism and Christianity in the Tembris 

Valley. In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1900. map. 
Anderson (J. W.) Medical nursing. 1896. .... 
ANDERSON (ROBERT E.) Extinct civilizations of the west. 1903. 

- The story of extinct civilizations of the east. maps. 
Anderson, William, Life of ; by G. Giltillan. 1873. port.- 

With selections from his correspondence and unpublished writings. 
Andes. FitzGerald (E. A.) The highest Andes. 1899. ill. map*. 
Andom (R.) Industrial explorings. 1895. ill. - 

- Lighter days with Troddles. 

Andrea del Sarto. Midler (F. Max) Andrea del Sarto's Carita. 

In his Works, v. 5. 1898. - - - - 

Andreae (Percy) A life at stake. 

Andrews (Katherine) Stephen Kyrle, an Australian story. - 
Andrews (William) ed. Old [English] church life. 1900. ill. 
Andromaque [tragedie] ; par J. Racine ; with notes. - 
Anecdotes. For related subjects, see Wit and humour. Anecdotes 

relating to special subjects will be found under their respective 

subject-headings in the catalogue. 

- Super (0. B.) ed. Anecdotes faciles. 1905. - 

Angel, a sketch ; by Mrs. B. M. Croker. 

Angel in the house [a poem] ; by C. K. D. Patmore. 1905. 

Angels. In Goclet (F.) Studies on the Old Testament, 1886. - 

Angling. See Fish, fishing. 

Anglo-Saxon language. See Language, Anglo-Saxon. 

Anglo-Saxon literature. See Literature, Anglo-Saxon. 

Anglo-Saxons. See Great Britain, History. 

Angot (Alfred) The aurora borealis. 1896. ill. - 

Angus (Joseph) and Green (S. G.) The Bible hand-book. 1907 

Animal intelligence. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Avebury (Lord) On the senses, instincts, and intelligence of 

animals. 1899. ill. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Animal intelligence. 1904. - - - 

- Wood (J. G.) Man and beast. 1903. 

Animal kingdom. See Zoology. 

Animal locomotion. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Marey (E. J.) Animal mechanism, on terrestrial and aerial 

locomotion. 1893. ill. 

- Pettigrew (J. B.) Animal locomotion. 1891. ill. - 
Animals, Domestic. See Domestic animals. 
Animals, Habits of. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Atkey(B.) Folk of the wild. 1907. ill. 

- Cornish (C. J.) Animal artisans. 1907. ill. - 

- Ingersoll (E.) The wit of the wild. 1907. ill. 
Annals of a quiet neighbourhood ; by G. MacDonald. 

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Annals of the parish ; by J. Gait. ...... 

Annandale (Charles) joint-author. See Thomson (Thomas). 

Anne Hereford, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 

Anne of Geierstein [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. 

Anno 1870, Kriegsbilder ; von D. von Liliencron ; with notes. - 

Alison, George, Lord. Adm. In Fitch ett(W. H.) Fights for the flag. 

- Markham (Sir A. H.) Anson. In Howard to Nelson. 1907. 
Anstey (F. ) The giant's robe. 

- Salted almonds [stories and sketches]. ----- 

- The talking horse, and other tales. .... 

- Vice versa, or, a lesson to fathers. ------ 

Antarctic. See Arctic and Antarctic regions. 

Anthologies. See Poetry, Collections. 

Anthony, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1905. ill. - 

Anthropology. See Man, Natural history of. 

Anticipations [sociology] ; by H. G. Wells. 1902. - 

Antiquary ; by Sir W. Scott. 

Antiquities. See Archaeology. 

Antonine Wall report. 1899. ill. map. 

Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius). See Aupelius (Marcus). 
Antrim. A descriptive guide to county Antrim, ill. maps. plan. 
Ants. For list of other subjects in entomology, see Insects. 

- Avebury (Lord) Ants, bees, and wasps. 1904. bibl. ill. 
Anxious moment, etc. ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. 
Apes. For list of related subjects, see Mammals. 

- Hartmann (R.) Anthropoid apes. 1904. ill. 
Aphorisms. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Coleridge (S. T.) Aids to reflection. 

- In Goethe (J. W. von) Sammtliche Werke, v. 1. 1877. 

Spriiche in Reiraen. Spriiche in Prosa. 

- Huxley (T. H. ) Aphorisms and reflections. 1907.- 

- In Morley (Viscount) Studies in literature. 1904. 
Apjohn (Lewis) The Earl of Beaconsfield, his life and work. - 
Apocalypse. See Bible. 

Apollo, the histor} r of art ; by S. Reinach. 1907. UL 
Apologetics. See Christian evidences. 
Apologia pro vita sua ; by J. H. Newman. 1890. 
Apophthegms ; by F. Bacon. In his Works, v. 7. - 
Apostles. For list of related subjects, see Bible. 

- Birks (T. R.) Horae apostolicaa. 1850. map. 

- Benan (E. ) Origins of Christianity, the apostles. - 
Appleby (C. J.) Illustrated handbook of machinery. 1903. v. 5. 
April's lady ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - 
Aquarium. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

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Aquarium. Taylor (J. E.) The aquarium. L901. HI. - - 59015 

Arab and Druze at home [Palestine]; by W. Ewing. 1907. ill, 94505 

Arabella Stuart, or, the da3 7 s of James I. ; by G. P. R. James. 6J2 
Arabia. Burckhardt (J. L.) Notes on the Bedouins and 

Wahabys. 1831. 2 v. map.- - - - -94413-4 

Arabic language. See Language, Arabic. 

Aran, South Isles of. Synge (J. M.) The Aran Islands. 1907. - 92612 

Aratra Pentelici, lectures on sculpture ; by J. Ruskin. 1901. ill. 73001 

Arbela. In Creasy (Sir E. S. ) Decisive battles. 1906. plan. - 90407 
Arbitration. For related subjects, see Commercial law. 

- Rudall (A. R.) The duties and powers of an arbitrator. 1907. 34706 
Arblay (Madame d') Diary and letters, 1778-1840. 1892. 4 v. A051-4 
Arblay, Madame d'. In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. - - E1M1 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 2. - 82108 

Arcana ccelestia, the heavenly arcana ; with index ; by E. 

Swedenborg. 1847-65. 14 v. 28901-14 

Archaeology. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Lessing (G. E.) Antiquarische Briefe ; Kleine Schriften und 

Nachlasz antiquarisch-archaologischen Inhalts. In his 
Werke, v. 9. 83813 

- Miiller (F. Max) Some lessons of antiquity. In his Works, v. 5. E2M1 

- Westropp (H. M.) Handbook of archaeology. 1867. bibl. ill. 90901 

"Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman." 

- See also names of countries and places for national and local antiquities. 
Archer (T. A.) and Kingsford (C. L.) The crusades, the Latin 

Kingdom of Jerusalem. 1899. ill. maps. - - - 91002 

Archery. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Longman (C. J. ) and others. Archery. 1S94. bibl. ill. - 79611 
Archibald (Douglas) The story of the atmosphere. 1901. ill. 55103 
Architecture. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine ; for 

applications of architecture, see Building. 

- Atkinson (T. D.) Terms used in English architecture. 1906. 72002 

- Brandon (R. and J. A.) Gothic architecture. 1903. 2 v. ill. 72301-2 

- Browne (E. A.) Great buildings, how to enjoy them. 2 v. ill. 72303-4 

1. Gothic architecture. 2. Norman architecture. 

- In Casseli's New popular educator, v. 6-8. 1903. ill. - 03208-10 

- Elliott (R.) Art and Ireland, ill. 72601 

Irish architecture, chiefly ecclesiastical. 

- Gothic stonework. In Casseli's Technical educator, v. 5-6. 60310-11 

- Harrison (F.) The sacredness of ancient buildings. In his 

Meaning of history [etc.] 1903. - - 90404 

- Jackson (T. G.) Reason in architecture, lectures. 1906. ill. - 72003 

- Kingsley (C. ) Grots and groves. In his Lectures. 1898. - E1K5 

- Morris (W.) Architecture, industry, and wealth. 1902. - 70403 

- Rogers (F.) The architect's guide. 1894. ill. - - 72009 

- Ruskin (J.) Lectures on architecture and painting. 1902. ill. 72004 

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Architecture. Ruskin (J. ) In his On the old road, essays, v. 1. 1899. 70406 

The opening of the Crystal Palace. Study of architecture in our schools. 
The seven lamps of architecture. 1906. ill. - - - 72005 

- - The stones of Venice. 1903-7. 3 v. ill. - - - 72006-8 

- Simpson (F. M.) A history of architectural development. 

1905. v. 1. bibl. ill. flans. 72010 

- Waterhouse (P. L.) The story of architecture, ill. - - 72001 

- Wild(C) Examples of architectural grandeur. 1843. fo. ill. 72013 

"In Belgium, Germany, and France." 

- See also Cathedrals. Houses. 

Arcot, Nabob of. Burke (E.) Speech on the Nabob of Arcot's 

debts ; [with appendix]. In his Works, v. 3. - - - 82813 

Arctic and Antarctic regions. Hartwig (G. ) Heroes of the Polar 

world. 1892. ill. - - - 99504 

- Hoare (J. D.) Arctic exploration. 1906. ill. maps. - - 99403 
' Ardath,' the story of a dead self ; by Marie Corelli. - 89 CI 
Areopagitica, unlicensed printing ; by J. Milton. In Pamphlets. E8M1 
Argentina. Holdich (Sir T. H.) The countries of the King's 

award. 1904. ill. map. 98004 

The disputed boundary between Chile and Argentina. 

- White (E. W.) Cameos from the silver-land. 1881-2. 2 v. 98001-2 
Argyll (George J. D. Campbell, Duke of) Autobiography 

and memoirs, 1823-1900. 1906. 2 v. bibl. port. ill. - A091-2 
Argyllshire. Campbell (Lord A.) Argyllshire galleys. 1906. - 91910 
Ariadne Florentina, on engraving ; by J. Ruskin. 1890. ill. - 76001 
Ariadne in Mantua [a drama] ; by Vernon Lee. 1908. - - E4L1 
Aristides, Aelius. Calder (W. M.) Smyrna as described by 

Aristides. iw Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. map. 93637 
Aristippus. In Blackie (J. S.) The wise men of Greece. 1877. 18201 
Aristocracy. In Emerson (R. W.) Lectures and sketches. 1894. E1E6 
Aristodemus. In Blackie (J. S.) The wise men of Greece. 1877. 18201 
Aristotelianism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

18502 

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- Smith (I. G.) and Grundy (VV.) Aristotelianism. 1889. 
Aristotle. Nicomachean ethics ; [trans, by D. P. Chase]. 
Another edition ; trans, by R. W. Browne. 1901. 

- Organon, or, logical treatises; trans, by O.F.Owen. 1853. 

- Outlines of philosophy, mem. .... - 
Arithmetic. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 1-3. 1905. - 

- Lock (J. B.) Arithmetic for schools. 1906. - 

- Palmer (G. W.) Arithmetic, chiefly examples. 1907. - 

- Pendlebury (C.) and Robinson (F. E. ) School arithmetic. 

- Smith (J. H.) A treatise on arithmetic. 1900. 

- See also Mensuration. 
Armada. See Spanish armada. 

Armadale ; by W. Wilkie Collins. ... 

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Akmacnat (II.) Induction coils. 1908. ill. - 62418 

Arminell, a social romance ; by S. Baring Gould. - - - 43G7 
Arininius. Creasy (Sir E. S.) Victory of Arminius over Varus. 

In his Fifteen decisive battles. 1906. .... 90407 

Arminius, James, Life of ; by C. Brandt. 1S54. - - - A 121 
Arms and armour. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Calvert (A. F. ) Spanish arms and armour. 1907. ill. - - 39901 

" A historical and descriptive account of the Ro3 T al Armoury of Madrid." 

Armstrong (Walter) Wrestling. 1897. ill.- - - 79613 
Army. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

- Beauelerk (C. W. W. D. ) A national army. - 35509 

- Daniel (W. H.) The military forces of the crown. 1901. map. 35506 

'* Their organisation and equipment." 

- Wheeler (0.) The story of our army. 1902. ill. - - - 35501 

- See also Batteries. Cavalry. Militia. Names of regiments. 
Army Schoolmaster. Guide to official letter writing, etc. 1904. 65005 
Arnim (Ludwig A. von) and others. [Werke]. 2 v. mem. -83823-4 

1. Deutschen Volksbiichern ; von J. Gorres. Von Volksliedern ; 
Gedichte ; von L. A. von Arnim. Gedichte ; von K. Brentano. 2. Bertholds 
erstes und zweites Leben, ein Roman ; von L. A. von Arnim. Geschichte 
vom braven Kasperl und dem schonen Annerl ; Das Marchen von Gockel 
und Hinkel ; von K. Brentano. Dies Buch gehort dem Konig ; von B. von 
Arnim-Brentano. [Etc.] 

Arnold (Sir Edwin) Death, and afterwards. 1888. - - 23702 

- The Light of Asia [a poem on Buddha]. 1890. port. - - 101 A 

- ed. Book of good counsels, from the " Hitopadesa." 1905. ill. 89103 

Arnold (Herbert) Guide to house painting [etc.] 1905. ill. - 69802 

Arnold (Matthew) A French Eton. Schools and universities 

in France. 1892. 37902 

- Letters, 1848-88 ; ed. by G. W. E. Russell. 1895. 2 v. - A041-2 

- Literature and dogma. 1883. 23904 

"An essay towards a better apprehension of the Bible." 

- God and the Bible, a sequel to "Literature and dogma." 1906. 23912 

- On translating Homer. 1896. 88308 

- Poetical w T orks. 1907. port. 501 A 

- St. Paul and Protestantism, with other essays. 1892. - - 28001 

Puritanism and the Church of England. Modern dissent. A comment 
on Christmas. 

Arnold, Matthew. In Birrell ( A. ) Res judicata?. 1896. - - E4B3 

- Brooke (S. A.) A study of Clough, Arnold [etc.] 1908. - 82420 

- Fitch (Sir J.) T. and M. Arnold and English education. 1897. A031 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 
Arnold (Thomas) of Rugby. Lectures on modern history. 1843. 90410 
Arnold (Thomas) A manual of English literature. 1899. - 82002 
Arnold (Thomas K.) Latin prose composition. 1884. - - 47813 
Arnold, William T. Ward (Mrs. H.) and Montague (C. E.) 

W. T. Arnold, journalist and historian. 1907. port. - A 101 
Arrah Neil, or, times of old ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6J3 

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Art, arts, artists. Avebury (Lord) Art. In Pleasures of life. - E2A3 

- Bayliss (Sir W.) The enchanted island, and other studies, ill. 70409 

- Brown (J.) Notes on art. In his Horee subseciva?, v. 2. 1897. E1B3 

- Brydall (R.) Art in Scotland, origin and progress. 1889. - 70904 

- Bushell (S. W.) Chinese art. 1906-7. 2 v. ill. - - -70902-3 

- Carotti (G.) A history of art. 1908. v. 1. bill. ill. plans. 70910 

- Crane (VV.) and others. Arts and crafts, essays. 1899. ill. - 70404 

The revival of design and handicraft ; by W. Crane. Printing ; by W. 
Morris and E. Walker. [Etc.] 

- Emerson (R. W.) Art. In his Essays, v. 1. - E1E1 

- Farrar (F. W.) The life of Christ as represented in art. ill. - 23228 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Ferneres iiber Kunst. In his Sammtliche 

Werke, v. 5. 1877. 83833 

- Hamerton (P. G.) Thoughts about art. 1873. - - - 70101 

- Hind (C. L.) The education of an artist. 1906. ill. - - 70702 

- Jacks (W.) Thoughts on art. In his Singles. 1903. - - E1J1 

- Kingsley (C.) Sacred and legendary art. In his Lectures. 1898. E1K5 

- Liibke (W.) Ecclesiastical art in Germany, middle ages. ill. 24601 

- In Morris (W.) Architecture, industry, and wealth. 1902. - 70403 

History of pattern-designing. The lesser arts of life. Art, wealth, and 
riches. Art and socialism. Textile fabrics. [Etc.] 

- In Pater (W.) Greek studies. 1895. 93817 

" The age of athletic prizemen, a chapter in Greek art." 

- Phythian (J. E.) Art in the British Isles. 1901. I'M. ill. - 70901 

- Ramsay (Lady) Isaurian and East Phrygian art, third and 

fourth centuries [a.d.] In Studies of the Roman Empire. 93637 

- Reinach (S.) Apollo, the history of art. 1907. bill. ill. - 70905 

- Ruskin (J. ) Eagle's nest, the relation of natural science to art. 70401 

"A joy for ever," on the political economy of art. 1897. - 70701 

Lectures on art. 1903. 70405 

Mornings in Florence, studies of Christian art. 1901. - 70906 

In his On the old road, essays, v. 1-2. 1899. - - - 70406-7 

1. History and criticism. Pre-Raphaelitism. 2. Inaugural address, 
Cambridge School of Art. Cestus of Aglaia. Picture galleries. Minor 
writings upon art. 

- - The two paths. 1900. 70402 

" Lectures on art and its application to decoration and manufacture." 
Val d'Arno, lectures on Tuscan art. 1900. ill. - - - 70908 

- Seeley (E. L.) ed. Artists of the Italian renaissance. 1907. ill. 99715 

- Wherry (A.) Stories of the Tuscan artists, 1901. ill. - - 70909 

- Wilde (0.) The English renaissance of art. In h is Miscellanies. 82851 

- See also Actors. Etchers. Musicians. Painters. 

Art and Ireland [architecture] ; by R. Elliott, ill. - - - 72601 
Arts, Fine and recreative. See ^Esthetics. Amusements. Architecture. 

Art, arts, artists. Decoration. Design. Drawing. Engraving. 

Gardening. Music. Painting. Photography. Sculpture. 
Arts, Useful. Sime (J.) Progress of Britain in the mechanical 

arts. In Edinburgh essays, 1856. 1857. - - - E3E1 

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Arts, Useful. See also Agriculture. Commerce. Domestic economy. 

Engineering. Industries and manufactures. Inventions. Medicine. 

Metallurgy. Receipts. 

Arthur, King. Malory (Sir T.) History of King Arthur. - - 39807 

Arthur O'Leary, Adventures of ; by C. Lever. - - - - 39L2 
Artillery. See Batteries. 

Artist's reminiscences ; by W. Crane. 1907. ill. - - - C202 

Ashbourne (Lord) Pitt, his life and times. 1898. ill. - - P031 

Ashley (Wm. J.) eel. Edward III. and his wars. 1887. ill. - 91324 
Ashley, and other stories ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76 W 16 

Ashtox (John) Gossip in the first decade of Victoria's reign. - 91403 
Asia. Alston (L. ) The white man's work in Asia and Africa, the 

colour question. 1907. - - - - - - 94312 

- Lansdell (H.) Chinese central Asia. 1893. 2 v. ill. maps. - 94306-7 

- Polo (M.) Travels [1271-95]. 1904. 94304 

Asia Minor. Ramsay (Sir W. M. ) Cities of St. Paul. 1907. bibl. 

ill. maps. ---------- 22615 

Tarsus. Antioch. Iconium. Derbe. [Etc.] 

War of Moslem and Christian for possession of Asia Minor. 

In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. - 93637 
Asiatic studies [India] ; by Sir A. C. Lyall. 1907. 2 v. - - 94707-8 

Asiatische Banise ; von H. A. von Zigler. 76 Gl 

Askew (Alice and Claude) The love stone. ... - 54 A 1 

Askew (John B.) Pros and cons, a debater's guide. 1906. - 37405 
Assaying. See Gold. 

Assyria. Ragozin (Z. A.) Assyria to the fall of Nineveh. 1887. 94401 
" Continued from ' Chaldea,' " 94404. 

- Vaux (W. S. W.) Nineveh and Persepolis. 1850. ill. map. 94415 

"An historical sketch of ancient Assyria and Persia." 
Astley (H. J. D. ) Bnry St. Edmunds, notes and impressions. 1907. 91714 

Aston ( Wm. G. ) Grammar of the Japanese spoken language. 1888. 49501 

Astonishing history of Troy Town ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - 97 C 2 

Astoria, enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains; by W. Irving. 97401 
Astronomy. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Bacon (F.) The intellectual globe. In his Works, v. 5. - 19210 

- Ball (Sir R. S.) Elements of astronomy. 1900. bibl. ill. - 52002 
Star-land, talks with young people. 1S90. ill. - - 52308 

- Bryant (W. W.) A history of astronomy. 1907. ill. - - 52004 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 1-2. 1905. ill. - - 03203-4 

- Chambers (G. F.) Astronomy for general readers. 1905. ill. 52314 

- De Quincey (T. ) System of the heavens. In his Writings, v. 8. 10401 

- Gregory (R. A. ) The planet earth, an astronomical introduction 

to geography. 1894. ill. 52310 

- Macpherson (H.) A century's progress in astronomy. 1906. - 52001 
Through the depths of space. 1908. ill. - 52316 

- Newcomb (S.) Astronomy for everybody. 1903. ill. - - 52304 

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Astronomy. New comb (S.) Side-lights on astronomy. 1906. ill. 52003 

- See also Aurora borealis. Chronology. Eclipses. Moon. Navigation. 

Solar system. Stars. Sun. Surveying. Universe. 

At last, in West Indies [1869-70] ; by C. Kingsley. 1905. ill.- 97703 

At Sunvvich Port ; by W. W. Jacobs. - - - - 5 J3 

At the eleventh hour ; by David Lyall. 65 L3 

Athanasian creed, A critical history; by D. Waterland. 1870. 23802 
Atheism. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Blackie ( J. S.) The natural history of atheism. 1877. - - 21101 

- See also Agnosticism. Scepticism. 

Athens. Harrison (F.) Impressions of Athens. In his Meaning 

of history [etc.] 1903. 90404 

Atherton (Gertrude F. ) American wives and English husbands. 55 A 2 

- The conqueror. 55 A4 

- A daughter of the vine. 55 A 3 

- Patience Sparhawk and her times. 55 A 1 

Atherton ( William H.) and Mellan by (A. L.) Steamships. 1903. 62612 
Athletics. See Sports. 

Atkey (Bertram) Folk of the wild. 19<>7. ill. - 59120 

Atkinson (T. D. ) Terms used in English architecture. 1906. ill. 72002 

Atlantic cable. Bright (C.) The Atlantic cable. 1903. ill. - 65401 
Atlas. For list of related subjects, see Geography. 

- Kavenstein (E. G.) Philips' Handy- volume atlas. 19»>7. - 90701 
Atmosphere. See Air. 

Atoms. For list of related subjects, see Chemistry. 

- Muir(M. M. P.) Wanderings of atoms, especially carbon. 1899. 54102 

- Wurtz (A.) The atomic theory. 1898. - - - 54103 
Atonement. For list of related subjects, see Jesus Christ. 

- Campbell (J. M.) The atonement. 1907. - - - 23220 

- Jowett(B.) Onatonemeut and satisfaction. /// his Interpreta- 

tion of Scripture, and other essays. 20408 

- Lofthouse ( W. F.) Ethics and atonement 1906. - - 23206 

- Lyttelton (A.) The atonement. In Lux inundi. 1895. - 23004 
Atonement of Learn Dundas ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. - - 46L2 
Attache, or, Sam Slick in England; by T. C. Haliburton. - 8H2 

A sequel to " Sam Slick, the clockmaker," 8H1. 
Atterbury, Francis. In [Beeching (H. C.)] Provincial letters. - E13B1 

Attila, or, the Huns ; by G. P. R. James. - - - - 6 J 4 

Attwood (Edw. L.) War-ships, construction [etc.] 1908. plans, 62602 

Aucassin and Nicolette ; trans, by L. Housman. - - - 66A1 

AuldLicht idylls; by J. M. Barrie. 24B4 

Aurelius (Marcus) Meditations ; trans, by J. Collier. 1S91. - 18801 

Aurelius, Marcus. In Renan (E. ) Poetry of the Celtic races [etc.] E1R1 
Aurora borealis. Eor list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Angot (A.) The aurora borealis. 1896. ill.- - - - 52306 
Aurora Commune. In Kordhoff (C.) Communistic societies, ill. 33519 

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Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts ; von freiherr von Eichendorff ; 

with notes. 1906. 43806 

Aus Sineds Liedern; von J. R. C. M. Denis. .... 404 K 

Austen (Jane) Emma. 60 A 3 

- Mansfield Park. 60 A 5 

- Northanger Abbey. Persuasion. 60A4 

- Pride and prejudice, a novel. 60 A 1 

- Sense and sensibility. - - - - - - - 60 A 2 

Austin (Alfred) The garden that I love. 1902-7. 2 v. HI - 71202-3 

- Lyrical poems. 1896. ■* 201 A 

- Sacred and profane love, and other poems. 1908. - - - 202 A 
Austin Elliot [a novel] ; by H. Kingsley. - - - - - 26K4 
Austin Friars [a novel] ; by Mrs. J. H. Riddell. - - 33 Rl 
Australasia. Bullen (F. T.) Advance Australasia, a record of 

a visit. 1907. 98605 

Australia. Buchanan (A.) The real Australia. 1907. - - 98603 

- Forbes (A.) Social Australia. In his Souvenirs. 1894. - 90406 

- Gregory (J. W.) Australia and New Zealand. 1907. ill. maps. 98604 
The dead heart of Australia. 1906. bibl. ill. maps. - 98602 

- Le Souef (W. H. D.) Wild life in Australia, ill. - - - 59117 

- Lumholtz(C) Among cannibals. 1889. ill.- - - - 98901 

- Macdonald (A.) Under the Southern Cross. In his In search 

of El Dorado. 1906. ill. 90609 

- Searcy (A.) In Australian tropics. 1907. ill. map. - - 99002 

Experiences in the Northern Territory of South Australia. 

- Thomas (N. W.) Natives of Australia. 1906. bibl. ill. map. 57203 

- Tregartben (G. ) Australian Commonwealth. 1894. ill. maps. 98601 

- Vivienne (M.) Travels in Western Australia. 1901. ill. - 99001 
Austria. Whitman (S.) and Mcllraith (J. R.) Austria [a history 

to 1898]. 1899. ill. map. 92901 

Authors. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Bertram (J. G.) Memories of books, authors, and events. 1893. B371 

- Black (H. C.) Notable women authors of the day. 1906. ill. 99920 

- Collins (J. C.) Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Rousseau in 

England. 1908. ill. 99929 

- De Quincey (T.) Biographies and biographic sketches. In 

his Collected writings, v. 4-5. 1897. - 99902-3 

4. Shakespeare. Life of Milton. Bentley. Pope. Goldsmith. The 
last days of Kant. Goethe. 5. Parr. Coleridge and opium-eating. Lamb. 
Wilson. Hamilton. [Etc.] 

- Disraeli (I. ) Quarrels of authors. 1814. 3 v. - - -82842-4 

1. Warburton. Pope. 2. The Royal Society. Boyle and Bentley. 
D'Avenant and a club of wits. 3. Hobbes. Jonson and Decker. Martin 
Mar-Prelate. [Etc.] 

- Graham (H. G.) Scottish men of letters, 18th century. 1901. 99908 

Principal Robertson. Adam Smith. Bos well. Macpherson. Burns. [Etc.] 

- Lee(S.) Great Englishmen, sixteenth century. 1907. bibl. port. 99608 

More. Sidney. Ralegh. Spenser. Bacon. Shakespeare's career. 
Foreign influences on Shakespeare. 

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Authors. Rickett (A.) The vagabond in literature. 1906. port. 99916 
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- Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 

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Humourists. Novelists. Poets. 
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- Bennett (E. A.) How to become an author. .... 02905 

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- Stevenson (R. L.) Essays in the art of writing. 1905. - - 80807 
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Autobiography of -a truth ; by Kdna Lyall. .... 66L8 

Autobiography of Mark Rutherford ; by \V. H. White. - - 68W1 

Autocrat of the breakfast-table [essays] ; by O. W. Holmes. - E4H2 
Avare, comedie; par J. B. P. Moliere; [with notes]. - - 44846 

Avebu&y (John Lubbock, Lord) Ants, bees, and wasps. 1904. ///. 59503 

- A contribution to our knowledge of seedlings. 1896. ill. - 58107 

- Essays and addresses, 1900-3. 1903. - - - - E2A2 

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- Flowers, fruits, and leave-. 1888. ill. 58108 

- On buds and stipules. 1899. ill. - - 58104 

- On municipal and national trading. 1906. - 35201 

- The pleasures of life. 1893 - .... E2A3 

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- A short history of coins and currency. 1903. ill. - - 33211 

- The use of life [essays]. 1904. E2A1 

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Marx' "Capital/* 1902. 33112 

Aveung (Francis) The God of philosophy. 1906. - - - 23101 

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- Rab the Rambler. Rambles on the banks of the Ayr. 18S4. 91903 

Ayrshire legatees ; by J. Gait. 7G1 

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- The Glennmtchkin railway, and other humorous Scots stories. 67 A 1 
Aytoun, Wm. E. Masson (R.) Pollok and Aytoun [biographies]. P131 

B 

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B. C. in 1887, British Columbia; by J. A. Lees and W. J. 

Clutterbuck. 1892. ill. map". 97102 

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the fall of Nineveh to the Persian war. 1897. bibl. ill. map. 94602 
Bacheller (Irving) D'ri and I, a tale of daring deeds. - - 1B2 

- Vergilius, a tale of the coming of Christ. - - - - 1B1 

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Bachelor in search of a wife ; by A. S. Swan. - 147 S 4 

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Back to sunny seas [West Indies] ; by F. T. Bullen. 1905. col. ill. 97702 
Bacon (Francis, Viscount St. Albans) Works; ed. by J. 

Spedding and others. 1857-69. 12 v. port. - - 19206-17 

1. Life of Bacon ; by W. Rawley. Philosophical works [In Latin] : — 
Novum organum. Parasceve ad historian! naturaleni et experimentalem. 
De augmentis scientiarum. 2. Philosophical works [In Latin, cont.]: — 
Historia ventorum. Historia vitse et mortis. Historia den si et rari. Sylva 
sylvarum. 3. Philosophical works [In Latin, concl.] | :— Cogitationes de 
natura rerum. De fluxu et refluxu maris. De principiis atque originibus, 
etc. New Atlantis [In English]. Cogitationes de scientia humana. Valerius 
terminus [In English]. Advancement of learning, books 1-2 [In English]. 
Temporis partus masculus. Redargutio philosophiarum. Cogitata et visa de 
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ment of learning, books 7-9. Natural and experimental history : — History of 
the winds. History of life and death. History of dense and rare. Thoughts 
on the nature of things. On principles and origins, according to the fables 
of Cupid and Ccelum. Description of the intellectual globe [astronomy]. 
6. Literary works': — History of the reign of King Henry VII. Essays, or, 
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- Dixon (W. H.) The story of Lord Bacon's life. 1862. -port. B102 

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- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. El Ml 

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Badajoz. In Crane (S.) Great battles of the world. 1901. ill. 90405 
Badminton library of sports and pastimes. 

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Baildon (H. B.) and others. Homes and haunts of famous authors. 91C09 
Bailey (Henry C. ) Karl of Erbach. - .... 3B2 

- The master of Gray. 3B1 

Bailey (John C. ) The claims of French poetry. 1907. - - 84102 
Baillie (J. B. ) The idealistic construction of experieDce. 1906. 14101 
Baillie, Robert, the covenanter. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 6. - E2C10 
Bally (Wm. H.) Characteristic British fossils. 1875. ill. 56001 

Bain (Alexander) Autobiography. 1904. bibl. port. - - Bill 

- Education as a science. 1902. 37002 

- The emotions and the will. 1875. 15701 

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- Mind and body, the theories of their relation. 1900. - - 13103 

- The senses and the intellect. 1868. 15009 

Baird, Sir David, Gen. Gleichen (Count) Baird. In From 

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Baird (Henry M.) Theodore Beza [a biography]. 1899. ill. - B051 
Baird (Wm.) Annals of Duddingston and Portobello. 1898. ill. 92014 
Baker (Ernest A.) Descriptive guide to the best fiction. 1903. 02803 

- History in fiction. [1907]. 2 v. 02810-1 

Baker (George P.) Shakespeare as a dramatist. 1907. - - 82514 
Baker (James) Pictures from Bohemia, map. - 92909 

- A double choice. 4B1 

Baker (Sir Samuel W.) Ismailia, expedition to central Africa. 

1874. 2 v. port. ill. maps. 95707-8 

- The rifle and the hound in Ceylon. 1904. ill. - - - 94804 
Baldry (A. L.) Picture titles for painters and photographers. - 80804 
Baldwin (James M.) Fragments, philosophy and science. 1903. 10402 

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Baldwin (James M.) The story of the mind. ill. - - - 15001 

Bale (Manfred P.) A handbook for steam users. 1906. - - 62116 
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Balfour (Andrew) The golden kingdom. 7B1 

- To arms!- -. 7B2 

Balfour (Frederic H.) The higher agnosticism. 1907. - - 21107 

Balkans. Miller (W.) The Balkans [a history]. 1899. ill. map. 93902 

Rouniama, Bulgaria, Servia, Montenegro. 

Ball (Eustace R.) Mediterranean winter resorts. 1908. ill. - 91033 

Ball (Sir Robert S.) Elements of astronomy. 1900. ill. - 52002 

- Star-land, talks with young people. 1890. ill. - - - 52308 
Ball (Robert S.) Natural sources of power [hydraulics, wind- 
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Ballad of a great city, and other poems ; by D. Lowe. - - 801 L 
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- Cunningham (A.) and Mackay (C.) eels. Ancient [Scottish] 

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- Geddie (J.) The [Scottish] balladists. 82220 

- Glasgow Ballad Club. Ballads and poems. 1885-1908. 3 v. 82415-7 

- Lang (A.) [trans.] Ballads and lyrics of old France [etc.] - 701L 

- Moffat (A.) ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish Highlands, mus. - 78406 

- Smith (A.) Scottish ballads. In Edinburgh essays, 1856. - E3E1 

- Sparling (H. H.) ed. Irish minstrelsy. 1887.- - - - 82217 
Ballantyne (John) An examination of the human mind. 1828. 15011 

Ballard (Frank) Christianity and socialism. In The citizen 

of to-morrow. 1906. ------- 30403 

- The true God, theism. 1907. 21102 

Ballast, a novel ; by M. Swan. 161 SI 

Ballooning. See Aerial navigation. 

Balmanno, the city of our quest and its social problems. - - 121 Bl 

Balmforth (Ramsden) The new reformation [religion]. 1893.- 20403 

Baltic. MacGregor ( J. ) ' Rob Roy ' on the Baltic. 1896. ill. maps. 94103 

Balzac (Honore de) Cinq scenes de La comedie humaine ; notes. 44825 

Balzac, H. de. Lilly (W. S.) A French Shakespeare. In Studies. E2L1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Balzac's novels. In his Hours in a library. - E6S1 
Bancroft (George) The United States [1492-1748]. 1843. map. 97202 
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- Barton (P. E.) Questions on banking; with answers. 1907. - 33212 

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- Macleod (H. D.) The elements of banking. 1891. - - - 33203 

- Nixon (A.) and Stagg (J. H.) Accounting and banking. 1907. 65704 

- Rhodes (W. E.) The Italian bankers in England and their 

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- Wolff (H. W.) Co-operative banking. 1907.- - - - 33405 
Banks (Louis A.) The great promises of the Bible. - - - 22105 
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- Shakespeare (J. H. ) Baptist and Congregational pioneers. - 99816 
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[Barclay (Hugh)] Recollections of old Glasgow. 1880. - - 92301 

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Baretti (G. M. A.) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 85801 

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Barton (Percy E. ) Questions on banking ; with answers. 1907. 33212 

Bashford (J. L.) eel. Life and labour in Germany. 1906. - 33121 

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Baskerville (Beatrice C.) The Polish Jew, his value. 1906. map. 29611 

Bastian (Henry C.) The brain as an organ of mind. 1902. ill. 13101 

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Bateman (Gregory C.) The vivarium, ill. - 59603 

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Baumbach (Rudolf) DerSchwiegersohn; with notes. 1896. mtm. 43813 

Baurischer Machiavellus, Lustspiele ; von C. Weise. - - - 83112 

Bax (Ernest B.) The ethics of socialism. 1902. - 33505 

- History of philosophy. 1886. 10902 

- Outlooks from the new standpoint. 1903. - 33511 

The orator of the human race [Jean B. Clootz]. The decay of pagan 
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- Socialism. 33521 

- The story of the French revolution. 1902. .... 93205 
Baxter, Richard. In Stephen (Sir J.) Essays, v. 2. 1907. - 99805 
Bayard, P. du T. , chevalier de. Larchey ( L. ) History of Bayard. UK B391 
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Bayliss (Sir W.) Enchanted island [etc.] studies in art. ill. - 70409 

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Bayne (Peter) Martin Luther, his life and work. 1887. 2 v. port. L043-4 
Bayne (William) James Thomson [a biography]. 1898. - - Till 
Baynes (Thomas S.) Sir Wm. Hamilton. In Edinburgh essays. E3E1 
Bazaine, Francois A., Marshal. Forbes (A.) The Emperor and 

his Marshal. In his Souvenirs of some continents. 1894. 90406 
Beaconsfield (Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of) Lord George 

Bentinck, a political biography. 1905. ---..- B231 

- Alroy. Ixion in heaven. The infernal marriage. Popanilla. 31 B 9 

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Literary recollections. 1893. ------ E141 

- Harrison (F. ) The romance of the peerage, Lothair. In his 

Choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. - - - E3H1 

- Kebbel (T. E.) Lord Beaconsfield, memories. 1907. port. - 32903 

- In Melville (L.) Victorian novelists. 1906. port. - - 82604 

- Stephen (Sir L. ) Disraeli's novels. In his Hours in a library. - E6S2 

- In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1907. - - - 99502 
1 Beagle.' Darwin (C.) Journal of researches during the voyage 

of H. M.S. 'Beagle.' 1845. - - - - - - 50801 

Beardsley (Elystan M. ) Napoleon, our last great man. - - N082 

Beaton, David, Cardinal [life] ; by J. Herkless. 1891. port. B091 

Beatrice, a novel ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - - 3H18 

Beatrice of Venice, a romance; by M. Pemberton. - - - 28P4 

Beattie (James) Poetical works, mem. 901 B 

Beauchamp's career ; by G. Meredith. 82M5 

Beauclerk (C. W. W. D. ) A national army. ... - 35509 

Beaufort (Duke of) and others. Driving. 1901. ill. - - 79803 

- - Hunting. 1901. ill. 79911 

Beaufront (Louis de) ed. Esperantaj prozajoj. 1906. - - 40804 

Beaugrand (C.) Walks abroad of two young naturalists. 1892. 59031 

Beaumarchais, Pierre A. C. de. In Tallentyre (S. G.) The 

friends of Voltaire. 1906. bibl. port. - 99507 

Beaumont, Francis, and Fletcher, J. Coleridge (S. T.) Notes on 

Beaumont and Fletcher. In his Lectures. - - - 82507 
Beautiful, The. See .Esthetics. 

Beauty's daughters ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H6 

Be a van (Arthur H.) Birds I have known. 1905. ill. - - 59805 

Bechstein (Johann M.) Cage and chamber-birds. 1900. col. ill. 63606 

Becke (George Louis) Notes from my South Sea log. port. map. 99208 

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Atterbury. On two poets [Waller and Wordsworth] and their critics. 
English patriotic poetry. Shakespeare. Notes by an examiner in English 
literature. 

Beer (George L.) British colonial policy, 1754-65. 1907. - 32503 

Bees. For related subjects, see Insects. 

- Avebury (Lord) Ants, bees, and wasps. 1904. bibl. ill. - 59503 
Beet (Joseph A.) Church, churches, and the sacraments. 1907. 27041 

- A manual of theology. 1906. 23010 

Begbik (Harold) The story of Baden-Powell. 1900. ill. - P021 

- The fall of the curtain. 39B1 

Begg (Robert B. ) History of Lochleven Castle, with the imprison- 
ment and escape of Mary, Queen of Scots. 1887. &• - 92510 

Beggar on horseback ; by S. R. Keightley. - - - - 8K2 

Behind the throne ; by W. Le Queux. - - - - . - 36L3 
Being. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Brown (J. J.) The eternal news. 1901. 11101 

" Concerning time, space, substance, motion, and shapes." 

Beleaguered city, a story ; by Mrs. M. 0. W. Oliphant. - - 60 8 
Belfry. See Bellringlng. 

Belgium. Scudamore (C.) Belgium and the Belgians. 1901. ill. 93009 

Belief. Sewall (F.) Reason in belief. 1906. .... 23401 

Belinda [a story] ; by M. Edgeworth. 10E2 

Bell (Sir Charles) The hand, its mechanism. 18S5. ill. - 21507 

Bell (Florence, Lady) The minor moralist, on conduct. 1903. 17017 

- Topics for conversation. 19^7. E12B1 

Bell (John J.) Jess and Co. 38B1 

- Joseph Redhorn. - - - - 38 B4 

- Thou fool. 38B3 

- Wee Macgreegor. - - - - - - - - 38 B 2 

- Wee Macgreegor again, a sequel. - - - - - 38 B 5 
Bell (Mackenzie) Collected poems. 1901. .... 1001B 
Bell (Malcolm) Rembrandt van Rijn [a biography]. 1907. HI. R181 
Bell and the arrow, an English love story ; by Mrs. W. H. Chesson. 139 CI 
Bellamy (Edward) Looking backward, 2000-1887. - - 42B2 

- Equality [a sequel to " Looking backward '"]. - - - - 42B1 

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Bellamy (Joseph) Letters and dialogues [theology]. 1830- - 23014 
Belloo (Hilairb) Tlie old road [Winchester bo Canterbury]. 

1904. ill. maps. 91720 

Bellriuging-. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Briscoe (J. P.) ed. Curiosities of the belfry. 1883. ill.- - 78901 
Bells. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Griinthorpe (Lord) Clocks, watches, and bells. 1903. ill. - 68101 
Beloved vagabond ; by W. J. Locke. - - - - - 50 LI 
Belsham, T. Hall (R. ) Belsham's Memoirs of Lindsey. In Works. 20809 
Bench and bar, reminiscences; by B. C. Robinson. 1894.- - R101 
Benderloch, or, notes from the west Highlands ; by W. A. Smith. 50404 
Beneden (P. J. van) Animal parasites and messmates. 1904. ill. 59108 
Benedick in Arcady ; by H. Sutcliffe. - - - - 144S6 

A sequel to " A bachelor in Arcady," 144 S 4. 
Benedictines. Stephen (Sir J.) The French Benedictines. In 

his Essays in ecclesiastical biography, v. 1. 1907. - - 99804 

Benedix (Julius R.) Nein [Lustspiel] ; with notes. 1904. - 43812 

-. Plautus und Terenz ; Die Sonntagsjager ; with notes, mem.- 43805 
Bengel (John A.) Gnomon of the New Testament. 1858. 5 v. 22607-11 

Benjamin (Samuel G. W. ) Persia [a history]. 1888. ill. maps. 94601 

Bennett (Enoch Arnold) How to become an author. - - 02905 

- The Grand Babylon Hotel, a fantasia. 43 Bl 

- Teresa of Watling Street, a fantasia. - - - - 43 B 2 
Bennett (James) Theology of the early Christian church.- - 23016 
Bensly (Mrs. R. L.) Our journey to Sinai. 1896. ill. - - 94405 
Benson (B. K.) Bayard's courier, a story of love and adventure. 45 Bl 

- Old squire, romance of a black Virginian. - - - 45 B 2 
Benson (Edward F.) The image in the sand. .... 46B1 

- The Princess Sophia. 46 B 3 

- The relentless city. 46 B 2 

- Scarlet and hyssop. - - - - - - - - 46 B 4 

Benson (Robert H.) The history of Richard Raynal, solitary. 126B1 

Benson (Wm. A. S.) Elements of handicraft and design. 1893. ill. 68001 

Bentinck, George, Lord. Beaconsrield (Earl of) Lord George 

Bentinck, a political biography. 1905. ---- B231 

Bentinck's tutor, a novel ; by J. Payn. ..... 18P18 

Bentley, Richard. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 4.» 99902 

- Disraeli (I.) Boyle and Bentley. In his Quarrels of authors. - 82843 

- Jebb (Sir R. C.) Bentley [his life and work]. 1882. - - B201 

- Monk (J. H.) The life of Richard Bentley. 1833. 2 v. port. B202-3 
Benton, Thomas H. [a biography] ; by T. Roosevelt. 1886. - B341 

Benvolio [a story] ; by H. James. 7 J 11 

Beowulf, an old English epic ; trans, by W. Huyshe. 1907. bibl. ill. 1501 B 

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Berkeley, Geo., Bp. Stewart (D.) Idealism of Berkeley. In Works. 19222 

Bernard of Clairvaux, St. In Harrison (F.) Choice of books [etc.] E3H1 

Bernstein (Edw.) Ferdinand Lassalle, social reformer. 1893. L051 

Bernstein (Julius) The five senses of man. 1896. ill. - - 15202 

Berridge, John. In Ryle (J. C.) Christian leaders. 1899. - 99814 

Bertholds erstes und zweites Leben ; von L. A. von Arnim. - 83824 
Bertram(JamesC) Memories of books, authors, events. 1893. mem. B371 

Besant (Mrs. Annie) An autobiography. 1908. port. ill. - B381 

Besant (Sir Walter) London [a history]. 1898. ill. - - 91709 

- Westminster [a history]. 1897. ill. map. .... 91710 

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Betwixt the Forelands [Kent] ; by W. Clark Russell. 1889. ill. 91744 
Beverages. De Salis (Mrs. H. A.) Drinks a la mode. 1892. - 64302 

- See also Wine. 

Beza, Theodore. Baird (H. M.) Beza, the counsellor of the 

French reformation. 1899. bibl. port. ill. - - - B051 

Bianconi, Charles. In Smiles (S. ) Men of invention and industry. 99712 

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is first, those treating of the Bible as a whole, followed by others 
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Bible, 1, Versions. Driver (8. R.) trans. The book of the 

prophet Jeremiah. 1906*. 22502 

" A revised translation, with introductions and short explanations." 

- Novum Testamentum [Greek text]. 1846. ... - 22010 

- Mayor (J. B.) Epistle of St. Jude and the Second epistle of 

St. Peter. 1907. 22802 

"Greek text, with introduction, notes, and comments." 

- The New Testament. 1882. 22613 

"The version [of] 1611 in parallel columns with the revised version 
of 1SS1." 

- Hemphill (S.) A history of the revised version of the New 

Testament. 1906. 22606 

Bible, 2, Commentaries. Godet (F.) Studies, Old Testament. 1886. 22206 

Angels. The plan of the development of life on our earth. The six 
days of creation. The four greater prophets [Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, 
Daniel]. The Book of Job. The Song of songs. 

- Gray (J. M. ) Synthetic Bible studies. 22109 

- Irving (E.) On the word of God. In his Writings, v. 1. 1864. 20801 

- Kurtz (J. H.) History of the old covenant, 1859. 3 v. 22208-10 

An exposition of the Pentateuch. 

- Swedenborg(E.) Arcana coelestia; with index. 1847-65. 14 v. 28901-14 

"An exposition of Genesis and Exodus." 

- Cullen (J.) The covenant in Moab, Deuteronomy. 1903. bibl. 22306 

- Keil (K. F.) Commentary of the Book of Joshua. 1857. - 22309 

- Froude(J. A.)The Book of Job. iw7ii* Short studies, v. 1. 1905. E1F1 

- Irving (E.) The Book of Psalms. In his Writings, v. 1. 1864. 20801 

- Findlay (G. G.) The books of the prophets. 1900-7. v. 1-3. 22509-11 

1. To the fall of Samaria. 2. First Isaiah to Nahum. 3. Jeremiah and 
his group. 

- Redpath (H. A.) The prophet Ezekiel ; notes. 1907. plans. 22505 

- Barnes (A.) Notes on the Book of Daniel. 1853. - - - 22507 
Notes on the Gospels. 1849. map. 22703 

- Forbes (H. P.) The Johannine literature and the Acts of the 

apostles. 1907. 22605 

- Moule (H. C. G.) The high priestly prayer. 1907. - - 22709 

"A devotional commentary on the seventeenth chapter of St. John." 

- Godet (F.) Studies on the Epistles. 1889. .... 22801 

- Barnes (A.) Notes on the Acts of the apostles and the Epistle 

to the Romans. 1849. map. 22704 

Notes on Corinthians and Galatians. 1849. - - - 22804 

Notes on Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Thessalonians, 

Timothy, Titus, and Philemon. 1849. .... 22805 

Notes on Hebrews, James, Peter, John, and Jude. 1849. - 22806 

Notes on the Book of revelation, ill. map. - - - 22901 

Bible, 3, Dictionaries and concordances. Comprehensive helps 

to Bible study, maps. 22019 

- Gamble (J. and A. E.) A-B-C guide to the Bible. - - - 22016 

- Smith (Sir W.) Smaller dictionary of the Bible. 1907. ill. - 22018 

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of the Bible. 1902-3. 2 v. 22213-4 

1. Adam to Job. 2. Isbmael to Daniel. 

The representative men of the New Testament. 1905. - 22614 

The representative women of the Bible. 1907. - - - 22103 

- Newton (R.) Bible models. 1896. 22104 

- In Reade (C.) Readiana. 1896. 82809 

- Whyte(A.) Bible characters. 1898-1905. 6 v. 

1. Adam to Achan, 22316. 2. Gideon to Absalom. 22317. 3. Ahithophel 
to Xehemiah, 22508. 4. Joseph and Mary to James. 22710. 5. Our Lord's 
characters, 22711. 6. Stephen to Timothy, 22712. 

- Simeon (J.) Some women of the Old Testament. Eve to Ruth. 22207 

- Gedge (J. W.) The story of the Judges. 1893. ill. - - 22311 

- Books dealing with individual Bible characters will be found 

under their respective names in the catalogue. 

Bible, 5, Science. Henslow (G.) Plants of the Bihle. 1906. ill. 22113 

Bible, 6, General. Angus (J.) and Green (S. G.) Bible hand-book. 22004 

- Arnold (M.) Literature and dogma. 1883. .... 23904 

11 An essay towards a better apprehension of the Bible. ' 

- - God and the Bible, a sequel to " Literature and dogma.*' 1906. 23912 

- Banks (L. A.) The great promises of the Bible. - - - 22105 

- Child (T.) Bible, rational principle of interpretation. - - 22006 

- Delitzsch (F.) A system of Biblical psychology. 1S07. - - 22108 

- Eddy (Mrs. M. B. G.) Key to the Scriptures. 1908. - - 61505 

- Gardiner (J. H.) The Bible as English literature. 1906. - 22101 

- Gray (J. M.) How to master the English Bible. 1907. - - 22008 

- Home (J. H.) Introduction to the Scriptures. 1S46. 5 v. ill. 22011-5 

- Horton (J.) Tekel, or, the wonderland of the Bible. 1906. - 22001 

"A sequel to ' My search for truth, and what I found,'" 20101. 

- Johnson (F.) ed. Bible teaching by modern methods. 1907. - 22110 

- Jowett (B.) On the interpretation of Scripture [etc.] - - 20408 

- McCabe (J.) The Bible in Europe. 1907. - 22106 

- Sanders (F. K.) and Fowler (H. T.) Outlines for the study of 

Biblical history and literature. 19<>7. hihl. maps.- . 22102 

- Smyth (YV. W.) Bible in the full light of modern science. 1907. 21509 

- Thomson (W. M.) The land and the Book. 1905. ill. maps. 94507 

" Biblical illush-ations from the Holy Land." 

- Torrey (R. A.) How to study the Bible for greatest profit. - 22002 

- Watson (J.) God's message to the human soul. 1907. - - 22009 

" The use of the Bible in the light of tlie new knowledge." 

- In What do Unitarians believe and teach? 1906. - - - 28801 



The Bible as a human book 
by C. H. Tov. 



bv F. Walters. Modern Biblical criticism 



22003 



- Work (E. W.) The fascination of the Book. 1906. 

Bible, 7. Old Testament. Hommel (F.) The ancient Hebrew 

tradition as illustrated by the monuments. 1897. hihl. map. 22212 

- Ingram (A. F. W.) Old Testament difficulties. In his Reasons 

for faith [etc.] 1905. 23902 

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Bible, 7, Old Testament. Knight (H. T. ) Criticism and the Old 

Testament. 1906. bib!. ------- 22205 

- Reich (E.) The failure of the ' Higher criticism.' 1905. - 22204 

- Smith (G. A.) Criticism and preaching of Old Testament. 1901. 22202 

- Smith (W.R.) The Old Testament in the Jewish Church. 1892. 22211 

11 A course of lectures on Biblical criticism." 

- Conder (C. R.) Critics and the law [Pentateuch]. 1907. - 22308 

- Spencer (F. E.) Did Moses write the Pentateuch? 1892. - 22305 

- Zimmern (H.) Babylonian and the Hebrew Genesis. 1901. bill. 22319 

- Waller (C. H.) Moses and the prophets. 1907. - - - 22307 

A criticism of the writings of Professor Driver. 

- Smith (W. R.) Prophets of Israel, place in history. 1907. - 22506 

- Strachey (Sir E.) Jewish history and politics. 1874. - - 22501 

"The historical meaning and purpose of the prophecies of Isaiah." 
Bible, 8, New Testament. Bengel (J. A. ) Gnomon of the New 

Testament. 1858. 5 v. bibl. .... 22607-11 

- Bosanquet (B. ) How to read the New Testament. In his Essays. E3B1 

- Ingram (A. F. W. ) New Testament difficulties. In liis 

Reasons for faith [etc.] 1905. 23902 

- Scrivener (F. H. A.) Introduction to the criticism of the New 

Testament. 1894. 2 v. 22603-4 

- Wheeler (J. T.) New Testament history. 1862. - - - 22612 

- Froude (J. A.) Criticism and Gospel history. In his Studies. E1F1 

- Landels (W.) The Gospel in various aspects. 1881. - - 22713 

- Renan (E.) Origins of Christianity, the Gospels. - - - 22714 

- Salmon (G.) The human element in the Gospels. 1907. - 22701 

- Scott (E.F.) The fourth Gospel, purpose and theology. 1906. 22702 

- Mclntyre (D. M.) The upper room company. 1906. - - 22708 

- Paley (W.) Horre Paulime. 1850. map. .... 22803 

" The truth of the Scripture history of St. Paul." 

- Dickson (W. P.) Paul's use of the terms flesh and spirit. 1883. 22807 

- See also Apostles. Commandments. Creation. Deluge. Jews. Lordls 

Prayer. Miracles. Parables. Prophecy. 
Bible teachings in nature [religion and science] ; by H. Macmillan. 

1903. ^ 23909 

Bible under trial [Christian evidences] ; by J. Orr. 1907. - 23911 

Bibliography. See Books. 

Bickerdyke (John) and others. Sea fishing. 1902. ill. - 79908 

Bid for fortune ; by G. N. Boothby. 2 copies. - - - 72 Bl 

Biddell (H. ) and others. Heavy horses, breeds and management. 63602 

Bigg (Charles) Neoplatonism. 1S95. 18601 

Billiards. For list of other games, see Games. 

- Broadfoot (W.) and others. Billiards. 1902. ill.- - - 79404 
Bingham (Clifton) Lyrics without music. 1906. - - - 1101 B 
Binns (Charles F.) The story of the potter. 1901. ill.- - 73801 
Binns (Henry B.) Abraham Lincoln [a biography]. 1907. ill L013 
Binyon (Laurence) Dutch etchers, seventeenth century, ill. - 99717 

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Bixyox (Mrs. Laurence) ed. Nineteenth century prose. 1907. 80816 
Biography. At this place are entered only general and miscellaneous 
collections of biographies, and works dealing with biography as a 
subject. Collections of biographies of persons belonging to 
nations, professions, or classes, and biographies of individuals, 
are entered under their respective names. 

- Barrie (J. M.) An Edinburgh eleven [sketches]. 1907. - - 99611 

- Bulwer (Sir H. L. ) Historical characters. 1900. - - - 99506 

Talleyrand. Mackintosh. Cobbett. Canning. Peel. 

- In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 4. E2C8 

- De Quincey (T.) Biographies and biographic sketches. /// his 

Collected writings, v. 4-5. 1897. ----- 99902-3 

- Griffith (G.) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. ill. - 99607 

William the Xorman. The queen's little pirate [Drake]. Cromwell. 
William of Orange. Cook. Clive. Hastings. Nelson. Wellington. Gordon. 
Rhodes. [Etc.] 

- Irving (W.) Biographies and miscellaneous papers. 1890. - 81803 

Legend of Pelayo. Fernan Gonzalez. Fernando the Saint. Thomas 
Campbell. Margaret If. Davidson. [Etc.*] 

- Morley (Viscount) A new calendar of great men ; fed. by K. 

Harrison]. In his Miscellanies, v. 4. L908. - - E5M5 

- Muller(F. Max) Biographical essays. /// his Works, \. (i. 1898. E2M2 

Rajah Rammohun Roy. KeahubCmu Bunyio Nan jio. I 

brooke. Julius MohL B iley. Wilhelm Muller. [1 

- Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99811 

Maohiavclli. Bacon. Bobbes. S]>iiiM> QdeviUe. Gibbon. 

- Saintsbury (G. K. B.) Borne great biographies. Tnhi 82108 

- Smiles (S.) Industrial biography. 11)01. - - - 99716 

Ifaudslay. Clement. Nasmyth. Pairbairn. [Etc] 

Men of invention and industry, L905. ///. - - - 99712 

PhineasPett. Francis P. Smith. John Harrison. William Murdock. 
Frederick The Walters. Charles Bianconi, Industry in Ireland. 

Shipbuilding in Belfast; by sir K. J. Barland. lents 

in humble life. 

- Tallentyre (S. G.) The friends of Voltaire. 1906. WW. port. 99507 

D'Alembert. Diderot. Galiani Vauvenargues. D'Holbach. Grimm. 

Helvetius. Turgot. Beaumarchais. 

- Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1!»<>7. - - - 99502 

Sir Robert Peel. Cobden. Disraeli. Lord Dufferin. Gibbon. 1' 
Bismarck. Napoleon III. Lord Shaftesbury. [Etc.] 

- See also Art, arts, artists. Authors. Autobiography. Booksellers. 

Christian biography. Engineers. Explorers. Greeks. Heroes. 
Landed gentry. Names, Personal. Naval biography. Nobility. 
Philosophers. Scots. Sociologists. Soldiers. Statesmen. Woman. 

Biology. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Bacon (F.) History of life and death. In his Works, v. 5. - 19210 

- Bastian (H. C.) The evolution of life. 1907. ill. - • - 57601 

- Burke (J. B.) The origin of life. IDOfi. ?'//.- - - - 57602 

- Conn (H. W.) The story of life's mechanism. 1901. ill. - 57001 

- Godet (F. ) The plan of the development of life on our earth. 

In his Studies on the Old Testament. 1886. - - - 22206 

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Biology. Mundy (R.) Biology and nature study. 1907. ill. - 57002 

- See also Creation. Evolution. Imitation. Man, Natural history of. 

Matter. Microscopy. Taxidermy. 
Birch (Mrs. Lionel) Stanhope A. Forbes and Elizabeth S. 

Forbes. 1906. col. ill. F011 

Bird (Isabella L.) See Bishop (Mrs. Isabella L.) 

Bird (Robert) Joseph the dreamer. 1895. .... 22314 

Birds. For related subjects, see Domestic animals. Vertebrates. 

- Beavan (A. H.) Birds I have known. 1905. ill. - - - 59805 

- Bechstein (J. M.) Cage and chamber-birds. 1900. col. ill. - 63606 

" Natural history, habits, food, diseases, and modes of capture." 

- Gordon (S. P.) Birds of the loch and mountain. 1907. ill. - 59809 

- Hartwig (G.) Sea-monsters and sea-birds. 1892. ill. - - 59604 

- Kearton (R.) Nature's carol singers. 1906. ill. - - - 59804 
With nature and a camera. 1906. ill. .... 59807 

- Lowell (J. R.) My garden acquaintance. In My study windows. E3L1 

- Michelet(J.) L'oiseau ; [with notes]. 1907. - 44841 
-- The bird [its habits, etc.] 1895. ill. 59810 

- Pycraft (W. P.) The story of bird-life. 1899. ill. - - 59801 

- See also Canary. Grouse. Nests. Ostrich. Partridge. Pheasant. 

Snipe. 

Birks (T. R.) Hor?e apostolicse. 1850. map. .... 22803 
Birrell (Augustine) Men, women, and books [essays]. - - E4B1 

- Obiter dicta. 1896. r - E4B2 

Carlyle. On the alleged obscurity of Mr. Browning's poetry. Truth- 
hunting. Actors. A rogue's memoirs [Benvenuto Cellini]. The' via media 
[in Christianity]. Falstaff. [Etc.] 

- Res judicata?, papers and essays. 1896. - - - - E4B3 

Richardson. Gibbon. Cowper. Borrow. Newman. Matthew Arnold. [Etc.] 

- William Hazlitt [a biography]. 1902. H051 

Birthday of the infanta [a story] ; by O. Wilde. - - - 96 W 2 

Birukoff (Paul) Leo Tolstoy, his life and work. 1906. v. 1. ill. T062 
Bishop (Mrs. Isabella L.) Among the Tibetans. 1904. ill. - 94901 

- Unbeaten tracks in Japan, travels [1878]. 1905. ill. - - 95303 
Bishop, Mrs. Isabella L., Life; by A. M. Stoddart. 1906. port. B301 
Bisland (Eliz.) Life and letters of Lafcadio Hearn. 1906. 2 v. H 131-2 
Bismarck (Otto E. L., Prince von) The correspondence of 

William I. and Bismarck. 1903. 2 v. - - - - W 041-2 

1. Correspondence with William I. 2. Correspondence with other 
political personages. 

Bismarck, Otto E. L., Prince von. In Clarke (W.) Writings. 1908. E5C1 

- Dawson (W. H.) Bismarck and state socialism. 1891. - - 33508 

- Harrison (F.) Bismarckism. In his National problems. 1908. 30413 

- Jacks (W.) The life of Prince Bismarck. 1899. port. ill. map. B181 

- In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1907. - - - 99502 
Bisseker(H.) Social Christianity. In The citizen of to-morrow. 30403 
Bitter debt, a tale ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 33 

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Black (Helen C.) Notable women authors of the day. 1906. ill. 99920 

Black (Hugh) Christ's service of love [Lord's Supper]. 1907. - 26501 

- Culture and restraint. 1904. 37404 

- Edinburgh sermons. 1906. 25203 

Black (Margaret M.) Robert L. Stevenson [a biography]. - S074 

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Black Dwarf ; by Sir W. Scott. 35S10 

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~ The natural history of atheism. 1S77. 21101 

- On self-culture. 1875. 37401 

- A song of heroes. 1890.- - - - - - - - 301B 

- The wise men of Greece [philosophers]. 1877. - - - 18201 

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Blackie (John S.) and others. Edinburgh essays, 1856. 1857. E3E1 
Plato; by J. S. Blackie. Early English life in the drama; by Sir J. 
Skelton. Bomoeopathy ; by Sir W. T. Gairdner. Infanti perduti [genius] ; 
by A. Wilson. Progress of Britain in the mechanical arts; by J. Simc. 
Scottish ballads ; by A. Smith. Sir William Hamilton ; by T. S. Baynes. 
Chemical final causes ; by G. Wilson. 

Blackie, John S. Duncan (J. G.) ed. Life of Blackie. port. ill. B121 
Blackmore, Sir Richard. In Johnson (S. ) Lives of the poets, v. 3. 99926 
Blackmore (Richard D.) Alice Lorraine, a tale. - - - 120 B 3 

- Christowell, a Dartmoor tale. 120 B 4 

- Clara Vaughan. 120B5 

- Cradock No well, a tale of the New Forest. - - - - 120 B 6 

- Cripps the carrier. 120 B 7 

- Dariel, a romance of Surrey. 120 Bl 

- Erema, or, my father's sin. 120 B 8 

- Lorna Doone, a romance of Exmoor. - 120 B 12 

- The maid of Sker. 120 B 9 

- Perlycross, a tale of the western hills. 120B10 

- Sir Thomas Upmore, Bart., M.P. - - - - - 120 B 13 

- Springhaven, a tale. 120 B 11 

- Tales from the telling-house. 120 B 2 

Slain by the Doones. Frida. George Bowring. Crocker's Hole. 
Blackmur (W. J.) Saw mill work and practice, ill. - - 62307 

Blackpool. Descriptive guide to Blackpool, ill. map. plan. - 91738 
Blacksmithing. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Moore (T.) Practical smithing and forging. 1906. ill.- - 68201 
Blackwood. Oliphant (Mrs. M. O. W.) and Porter (Mrs. G.) 

William Blackwood and his sons, their magazine and 
friends. 1897-8. 3 v. port. - - - B061-3 

* Blackwood ' group ; by Sir G. B. S. Douglas. 1897. - - 99928 
Wilson. Gait. Miss Ferrier. M. Scott. [Etc.] 

Blades (William) Biography of Wm. Caxton, printer. 1882. ill. C281 

- The enemies of books. 1888. ill. 02502 

Blaikie (William G.) After fifty years, Free Church of 

Scotland. 1893. - 28505 

- Thomas Chalmers [a biography]. 1896. C192 

Blain (H. E.) and others. Pitman's Secretary's handbook. 1908. 65803 

Blair (Matthew) The Paisley thread industry. 1907. ill. - 92001 

Blake (Henry W.) Life of Friedrich Froebel. 1896. ill. map. 37206 
Blake, Robert, Adm. Burrows (M.) Blake. In From Howard 

to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

- In Callender (G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain. 1907. - - 99605 
Blake (William) Letters; with life by F. Tatham. 1906. port. ill. B081 

- Poetical works. 1906. mem. port. ..... 1401 B 

Blanc, Mont. See Mont Blanc. 

Blanche, Lady Falaise, a tale ; by J. H. Shorthouse. - - 62 S 4 

Blatchford (Robert) A book about books. 1903. - - - E5B1 

Bleak House ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. 30D11 

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Blenheim. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1906. plan. 90407 
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- See also Colour-blindness. 

Blissard (William) The ethic of usury and interest. 1892. - 33207 

Blithedale romance ; by N. Hawthorne. 41 H 2 

Blockade ; by E. Erckmann and A. Chatrian. .... 30E4 
Blood. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Harvey (W.) Motion of the heart and blood in animals. 1906. 59116 
Bloomer (G. C.) joint-author. See Wagstaff (C. J. L.) 
Bluebeard's keys, and other stories ; by Lady Ritchie. - - 37 R 3 
Blumen, Frucht, und Dornenstiicke ; von J. P. F. Richter. In 

7m Werke, v. 2-3. 31R1-2 

Blunden (G. H. ) Local taxation and finance. .... 33601 
Blunders. For list of related subjects, see Language, English. 

- Clark (C. E.) ed. Mistakes we make. 1898. - - - - 42803 
More mistakes we make. 42804 

In spelling, traditions, quotations, foreign words, natural history, art, etc. 



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Blyth (James) joint-author. See Pain (Barry). 
Boatbuilding. Neison (A.) and Kemp (D. ) Boat building for 

amateurs, ill. 

Boating. See Punting. Rowing. Sailing. Yachting. 

Boden's boy ; by T. Gallon. 

Bodkin (Matthias McD.) Lord Edward Fitzgerald, a romance. 
Bodley (John E. C.) The church in France, lectures. 1906. - 
Boethius. Consolation of philosophy ; trans, by W.V.Cooper. 1902. 18901 
Bog-myrtle and peat, tales ; by S. R. Crockett. - 118 C 15 

Bogatzky (KarlH. von) Golden treasury, devotional observations. 24001 
Bohemia. Baker (J.) Pictures from Bohemia, map. 

- Maurice (C. E.) Bohemia to 1620. 1896. ill. map. 
Bohn (Henry G.) ed. Hand-book of proverbs. 1905. 

- A polyglot of foreign proverbs. 1857. - 
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Boileau, Nicolas. In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes. 
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Bojus (Gustav H.) Dumb bell exercises, ill. - 

Bok (Edward W.) Successward. 1895. - 

Bolas (Thomas) joint-author. See Leland (Charles G.) 

Boldrewood (Rolf) Old Melbourne memories. 1899. 

- The crooked stick, or, Pollie's probation. 

- The last chance, a tale of the golden west. 

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Boldrewood (Rolf) The miner's right, a tale of the Australian 

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- Plain living, a bush idyll. 71 B 2 

- Robbery under arms, a story of Australia. 2 copies. - - 71B6 

- A romance of Canvas Town. 71 Bl 

- " War to the knife," or, Tangati Maori. .... 71B3 
Bonaparte, Napoleon. See Napoleon. 

Bond (Francis) English cathedrals illustrated. 1900. - - 91719 

Bondman, a new saga ; by Hall Caine. 5C2 

Bones. Goethe (J. W. von) Osteologie. In his Werke, v. 6. - 83834 

Bones and I ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. 79M10 

Bonnar (Thomas) Biographical sketch of G. M. Kemp. 1892. ill. K061 

Bonney (Thomas G.) Ice- work, present and past. 1903. ill. maps. 55111 
Book-collectors. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Elton (C. I. and M. A.) The great book-collectors. 1893. ill. 01001 
Book for the hammock [sketches]; by W. Clark Russell. 1887. 38701 
Book-keeping. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 2-5. 1905. 03204-7 

- Grierson (W.) Practical book-keeping. 1904. - - - 65705 
Advanced bookkeeping. 1908. 65706 

- Jenkinson (M. W.) The elements of book-keeping. 1906. - 65701 

- Sweetland (C. A.) Loose leaf book-keeping. 1904. ill. - 65703 
Book of crafts and character [stories] ; by W. Raymond. - - 11 R 2 
Book of good counsels, from ' * Hitopadesa " ; ed. by Sir E. Arnold. 89103 
Book of saints and wonders [folk-lore] ; by Lady Gregory. 1907. 39820 
Book of simple delights [stories] ; by W. Raymond. - - 11 Rl 
Book of snobs ; by W. M. Thackeray, ill. 2 copies. - 82806, 82839 

Bookbinders. Duff (E. G.) Bookbinders of Westminster and 

London to 1535. 1906. ill. 65501 

Bookbinding. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Home (H. P.) The binding of books. 1894. ill. - - - 09501 

- Pearce (W. B.) Practical bookbinding, ill. ... - 68602 

- Zaehnsdorf( J. W.) The art of bookbinding. 1903. ill. - 68601 

Books. Avebury (Lord) A song of books ; The choice of books. 

In his Pleasures of life. ^1893. E2A3 

- Bertram (J. G.) Memories of books, authors, and events. 1893. B371 

- Blades (W.) The enemies of books [fire, water, etc.] 1888. ill. 02502 

- Blatchford (R.) A book about books. 1903.- - - - E5B1 

Books about books. Human documents [man]. The little people [fairies]. 
[Taylor's] Holy living and dying. Samuel Smiles and Self-help. [Etc.] 

- Burton (J. H.) The book-hunter. 1885. .... 01002 

His nature. His functions. His club. Book-club literature. 

- Cable (G. W.) and others. The building of a book. ill. - 65503 

- Carlyle (T.) On the choice of books. 1893. - 02806 

- In Emerson (R. W. ) Society and solitude. 1895. - - - E1E7 
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- Harrison (F.) The choice of books [etc.] 1903. - - - E3H1 

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- Lawler (J. | Book auctions in England, 1676-1700. 1906. - 65502 

- Macdonald (F. W.) In a nook with a book [essays]. 1907. - E4M1 

- Macpherson (H. C. i Books to read and how to read them. 1904. 02801 

- Maurice fF. D.) Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. E6M1 

- Pollard A. W. ) Books in the house. 1907. - 01004 

The baying of books. The keeping of books. Four centuries of book 

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- Rafiety (F. W.) Books worth reading. 1899. bibl. - - 02814 

- Repplier (A. | Our belief in books. In her Compromises. 1904. E4R1 

- Richardson </. F.) The choice of books. 1881. hihl. - - 02804 

- Robertson (J. M. td. Courses of study. 1904. - - - 02802 

G'. lu in all * ,ie. 

- Ruskin(J.) Of kind's treasuries. In hi- Sesame and lilies. 1907. 82861 

- Stephen (Sir L. ) Country books. In hi> -Hours in a library, v. 3. E6S3 

- Wardell (R. J.) Hi. in bookland, a surv. - - 02809 

- Young 'J.) The making of a book. Inhu Essays. 1904. - ElYl 

- See also Authorship. Book- collectors. Clippings. Copyright. Illus- 

trations. Indexing. Libraries. Manuscripts. Pamphlets. Reading. 

Booksellers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Marston [E, Booksellers of the time of Dr. Johnson. 1902. - 99905 
Sketches of booksellers of other days. 1901. port. - - 99904 

Thomas Genl William Button. ■' kingtoo. 

also Stationers. 
Boole [Mab v Symbolical methods of study. 1884.- - - 37403 
BOOTHBY (Bkm The centipede. - - 128B1 

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PHBY (GUY N.) A bid for fortune. '2 copies. 
- Doctor Nikola [a seqm I to " A bid for fortune"]. *J copies. - 

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- Dr. Nikola's experiment [a sequel to "Doctor Nikola 

- ' Farewell, Nikola ' [a sequel to the above]. 2 copies 
Boots. See Shoes. 
Border. Tait J.) Two centuries of Border church life. 

•• With biographies of leading men." 

- Todd (G. Eyre) Byways of the Scottish Border, ill. 

- Veitch (J.) History and poetry, Scottish Border. 1S93. 
Borders, Tales of the ; ed. by J. If. Wilson. 24 v. - 

F-'i- p r in c ip al contents see the Catalogue of the Gorbals District 
Library. 01904. which may be referred to or borrowed. 

BORLAND (Bobkbt) td. Yarrow, its poets and poetry. 1890. ill. 

B<»krow (George) The Bible in Spain. 1899. ill. ma/>. - 

- Wild Wales, its people, language, and scenery. 1901. ill. - 

- The Zincali, the gypsies of Spain. 1901. HI. 

- Lavengro, the scholar, the gypsy, the priest. - * 

- The Romany Rye, a sequel to " Lavengro." - - - 

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Borrow, George. In Birrell (A.) Res judicata. 1896. - - E4B3 

- In Rickett (A.) The vagabond in literature. 190G. port. - 99916 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82107 
Borschitzky ( J. F. ) Violoncello school, fo. - - - 78708 
Bosanquet (Bernard) Essays and addresses. 1S99. - - E3B1 

Two modern philanthropists [George Moore and Jean Leclaire]. In- 
dividual and social reform. Some socialistic features of ancient societies. 
Artistic handwork in education. The Kingdom of God on earth. How to 
read the New Testament. [Etc.] 

Boscawen, Edward, Adm. Fremantle (Sir E. R.) Boscawen. 

In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - - - 99609 
Bossuet, Jacques B., Bp. In Merle t (G.) et Lintilhac (E. ) Etudes. 84002 

- Rebelliau (A.) Bossuet [sa vie et son ceuvre]. 1900. port, - B321 
Boston (Thomas) Account of my life [1676-1732]. bibl. port. - B311 
Boston. In Emerson (R. W.) Natural history of intellect. 1894. E1E8 

Bostonians, a novel ; by H. James. 7J1 

Boswell (James) The life of Samuel Johnson. 3 v. - - - J021-3 

Boswell, James. Carlyle (T.) BoswelFs Johnson. In his Essays. E2C8 

- In Graham (H. G.) Scottish men of letters. 1901. port. - 99908 

- Leask (W. K.) James Boswell [a biography]. 1896. - - B251 

- Macaulay (Lord) Boswell's Life of Johnson. In his Essays. - E1M1 
Botany. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Allen (G.) The story of the plants. 1893. ill. - - - 58101 

- Avebury (Lord) Flowers, fruits, and leaves. 1888. ill. - 58108 

- - On buds and stipules. 1899. ill. 58104 

- Candolle (A. de) Origin of cultivated plants. 1886. - - 58106 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 2-6. 1905. ill. - - 03204-8 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Die Metamorphose der Pflanzen. In his 

Sammtliche Werke, v. 6. 83834 

- Henslow (G.) The origin of plant structures. 1895. - - 58105 

- See also Algae. Bacteria. Bible, Science. Fermentation. Ferns. 

Flowers. Fossils. Fungi. Seedlings. Trees. 

Bottone (S. R.) Magnetos for automobilists. 1907. ill.- - 62204 

- Wireless telegraphy and Hertzian waves. 1905. ill. - - 65404 
Boulger (Demetrius C.) The Congo State. 1898. ill. map. - 95905 

- India in the nineteenth century. 1901. ill. maps. - - 94706 
Boulger (George S.) Familiar trees. 1906. col ill. - - 58207 
Boulton, Matthew. In Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers, jwrt. 99710 

Bounty boy [a story] ; by F. T. Bullen. 104B2 

Bourbon, Isle de. See Reunion. 

Bourbon family. Steuart (A. F.) Exiled Bourbons in Scotland. B401 

Bourget (Paul) Un saint ; with notes. 1907. - 44810 

Bourinot (Sir John G.) Canada [a history]. 1896. ill. map. - 96901 

Bournemouth. Descriptive guide to Bournemouth, ill. map. - 91740 

Bouverie (Edward O. P.) [The game of] Rackets. 1903. ill. 79616 
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Bowley (Arthur L.) England's foreign trade, 19th century. - 38201 
Bowls. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Willox (D.) With the British bowlers in Canada, 1906. ill. - 79620 
Bowman (Is a) The story of Lewis Carroll. 1899. port. ill. - C171 
Bowring (Sir John) The Kingdom of Siam. 1857. 2 v. port. 95003-4 
Boxing. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Michell (E. B.) Boxing. 1897. bill. Hi. .... 79613 

Boy, a sketch ; by Marie Corelli. 89 C 2 

Boyce (Neith) The eternal spring, a novel. .... 78B1 

Boyd (Alexander S. ) Glasgow men and women. 1905. fo. ill. 92403 

Boyd (Andrew K. H.) East coast days, and memories. 1889. - E7B1 

- The graver thoughts of a country parson. 1893-1906. 3 v.- E7B5-7 

- Recreations of a country parson. 1894-1900. 3 v. - - E7B2-4 

- Sermons and stray papers. 1907. mem. port. - - - 25219 

- Twenty-five years of St. Andrews, 1865-90. 1892. 2 v. - B022-3 

- The last years of St. Andrews, 1890-5. 1896. - - - B021 
Boyd (Mrs. Mary S.) Our stolen summer [travel]. 1900. ill. 90824 
Boyesen (Hjalmar H.) A history of Norway. 1900. ill. - 94101 
Boyle, Charles. Disraeli (I.) Boyle and Bentley. In his Quarrels 

of authors, v. 2. 1814. 82843 

Boyle (H. E. G.) Practical anaesthetics. 1907. ill.- - - 61501 
Boys. De Quincey (T.) The education of boys in large numbers. 

In his Collected writings, v. 14. 1897. - 82802 

Bracebridge Hall ; by W. Irving. .--... 81703 

Braddon (Mary E.) The conflict. 81B7 

- In high places. - 81 B 3 

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- London pride. 81 B 5 

- A lost Eden. 81B4 

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Bradley (A. G. ) Highways and byways, south Wales. 1903. ill. 91616 
Bradley (Hy.) The Goths [a history to a. d. 711]. 1898. ill. map. 92702 

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Braes of Yarrow, a romance ; by C. Gibbon. - - - 21 Gl 
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- Luys (J.) The braiu and its functions. 1902. ill. • - - 13102 

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Bramah (Ernest) The mirror of Kong Ho. - - - 84 Bl 
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Brandes (George) My childhood and youth. 1906. port. - B261 
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Brandt (Caspar) The life of James Arminius. 1854. - - A121 
BraSsby (Carlos) ed. A progressive Spanish reader. 1908. - 46801 
Brant (Sebastian) Narrenschiff. bibl. mem. ill. - - - 1801 B 
Brass. Gawthorp (T. G. and W. E.) Brass repousse for amateurs. 73902 
Brassey (Annie, Lady) In the trades, the tropics, and the roar- 
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Bravo, a tale ; by J. F. Cooper. 86C12 

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Breachley, Black Sheep ; by G. Louis Becke. - - - 35B1 
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- Wells (R.) The new system of making bread. 1903. - - 64104 
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- The president's daughters, including Nina. - - - 86 Bl 
Brenan (Gerald) History of the house of Percy. 1902. 2 v. ill. P 141-2 
Brend (Wm. A.) The story of ice, present and past. 1902. ill. 55104 
Brentano (Klemens) [Werke]. 2 v. mem. port. - - - 83823-4 

1. Gedichte. 2. Geschichte vom braven Kasperl und dem schonen 
Annerl. Das Marchen von Gockel und Hiukel. 

Brewster (Sir David) Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton. 2 v. 

Briar and palm ; by A. S. Swan. 

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- Mitchell (C. F. and G. A.) Brickwork and masonry. 1908. 
Bride from the bush ; by E. W. Hornung.- 
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Brigadier Gerard, Exploits of ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51I>20 

Briggs (Wm.) ed. Science [physics and chemistry]. 1899. ill. 53014 

Bright (Charles) The story of the Atlantic cable. 1903. ill. - 65401 

Bright (John) Speeches on questions of public policy. - - 82710 

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Brightwen (Mrs. Eliza) Inmates of my house and garden, ill. 59027 

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Brimley (George) Essays. E8B1 

Tennyson's poems. Wordsworth's poems. Coventry Patmore's ' The 
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Brindley, James. In Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers, port. 99707 

Briscoe (John Potter) ed. Curiosities of the belfry. 1883. ill. 78901 

- Gleanings from God's acre, epitaphs. 1901. ... - 99930 

Briseis [a novel] ; by W. Black. 62 B10 

Brisse (Baron) 366 menus and 1200 recipes. 1905. - - - 64105 

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1887, a ramble in British Columbia. 1892. ill. map. - 97102 

British Empire. Dilke (Sir C. W.) The British Empire. 1899. 91103 
Political, descriptive, and historical sketches. 

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- Lock (W.) and others. Church and Empire. 1907. - - 27401 

11 Essays on the responsibilities of Empire," and the work of Anglican 
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- Salmon (E.) The story of the Empire. 1902. bibl. ill. map. 91101 

- Seeley (Sir J. K.) The expansion of England. 1904. - - 91102 

- Morley (Viscount) [Seeley's] Expansion of England. In his 

Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. E5M4 

- Shand (A. I.) Half a century, changes in men and manners. 18S7. 91105 

- Smith (G.) The Empire. In Ids Questions of the day. 1893. - 30414 

- See also Colonies, British. 

British Isles. Browne (A. J. J.) Building of British Isles, maps. 55121 
M A study in geographical evolution." 

- Wood (C. A. ) Geography of British Isles, maps. - - - 91508 
Broadfoot (William) and others. Billiards. 1902. ill. - 79404 
Broadley (Arthur) Adjusting and repairing violins, Cellos, etc. 

1908. port. ill. 78706 

Brochner (Jessie) Danish life in town and country. HI. - 94112 
Brockes (Barthold H.) Gedichte. In Die Gegner der zvveiten 

schlesischen Schule, v. 2. mem. port. .... 83112 

Broke of Covenden ; by J. C. Snaith. 89S1 

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Bronte, Charlotte. In Browne (J. H. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1907. - E6B1 

- Gaskell (Mrs. E. C.) Life of Charlotte Bronte. 1905. port. ill. B141 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. - - E6S3 

Bronte (Emily) Wuthering heights. 93B1 

Bronte, Emily. In Williams (A. M.) Our early female novelists. E1W1 

Bronzing. Mitchell (F. S.) Practical bronzing [etc.] 1905. ill. 69803 

Brooke (Lord) Life of Sir Philip Sidney, etc. 1907. - - S091 

Brooke (Stopford A.) English literature, 670-1832. 1905. - 82001 

- A study of Clough, Arnold, Rossetti, and Morris. 1908. - 82420 
Brookes of Bridlemere ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - 79 M 20 
Brookfield, Jane O. Brookfield (C. and F.) Mrs. Brookfield and 

her circle, 1809-74. 1905. 2 v. -port. ill. - - - B131-2 

Brooks (Phillips) The influence of Jesus [lectures]. - - - 23209 

Brotchie (T. C. F.) History of Go van burgh and parish. 1905. 92303 

Brother Jacob ; by George Eliot. 3 copies. - - - 22 El 

Broughton (Rhoda) The game and the candle. - - 97 B 3 

- Joan, a tale. , 97B2 

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Brown (C. C.) China in legend and story. 1907. ill. - - 95112 
Brown (D. J. A. ) and Thomas (E. ) Investment and loan societies' 

accounts. 1908. 65707 

Brown (Horatio F.) Life on the lagoons [Venice]. 1904. ill. - 93705 

Brown (J. J.) The eternal news, on time, space, motion [etc.] 1901. 11101 

Brown (J. M.) and Dale (T. F.) Polo. 1905. ill. - - - 79802 

Brown (James) John Knox. In The reformers. 1885. - - 99812 

- Life of John Eadie. 1878. E101 

Brown (James B.) Stoics and saints. 1893. .... 27029 
Brown, John, D.D. Brown (J.) Letter to John Cairns [on his 

"Memoir of J. Brown"]. In his Horae subsecivse, v. 2. 1897. E1B3 
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1. Locke and Sydenham. Dr. A. Combe. Dr. H. Marshall and military 
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Notes on art. The Black Dwarf's bones. Rab and his friends. ' With brains, 
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vision' [dreams]. Jeems the doorkeeper. Minchmoor. The Enterkin. Sir 
Henry Kaeburn. [Etc.] 

- Letters; ed. by his son and D.W.Forrest. 1907. mem. port. ill. B162 

"With letters from Ruskin, Thackeray, and others." 
Brown, Dr. John, Recollections of ; by A. Peddie. 1893. port. ill. B161 
Brown, John. Newton (J.) Captain J. Brown of Harper's Ferry. B041 

- Thoreau (H. D. ) A plea for Captain John Brown. In his Anti- 

slavery and reform papers. 1890. --'--- 32601 
Brown (John A. H.) The wonderful trout. 1898. - - - 79932 
Brown (Mtddlemass) Langside lyrics, and other poems. 1900. 201 B 
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Brown (Robert) Elements of musical science. 1860. mus. - 78102 

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Brown man's servant ; by W. W. Jacobs. 5 Jl 

Browne (A. ) Bonaparte in Egypt and Egyptians of to-day. 1907. 95713 
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Browne (Charles F.) Complete works. 1905. port. - - 81705 
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Browne (Edith A.) Great buildings, and how to enjoy them. 

1906-7. 2 v. ill. 72303-4 

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Browne (J. H. B.) Essays critical and political. 1907. 2 v. E6B1-2 

1. Charlotte Bronte. George Eliot as a novelist. Walter Savage 
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The coming social revolution. [Etc.] 

Browne, Robert. Burrage (C. ) The true story of Robert Browne, 

father of Congregationalism. 1906. bibl. - • - B281 

Browne (Sir Thomas) Hydriotaphia. Garden of Cyrus, bibl. 82817 

- Religio medici. Christian morals, etc. bibl. port. - - 24002 
Browne, Sir Thomas, In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. E6S1 
Browne, William. Sidney (P.) ' The subject of all verse.' 1907. 82306 

Ascribes the authorship of the epitaph composed on Mary, Countess of 
Pembroke, to William Browne. 

Browning (Elizabeth Barrett) Poetical works. 1904. port. 601 B 

- Religious opinions of E. B. Browning [letters]. 1906. - - B361 
Browning (Oscar) Guelphs and Ghibellines, Italy, 1250-1409. - 93612 
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1. Pauline. Sordello. 2. Paracelsus. Strafford. 3. Pippa passes. 
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poems. 15. Dramatic idyls. Jocoseria. 16. Ferishtah's fancies. Parleyings 
with certain people of importance in their day. 17. Asolando. Biographical 
and historical notes to the poems. Index. 

Browning, R. Berdoe(E.) Browning's message to bis time. 1890. 82404 

- Birrell (A.) On the alleged obscurity of Mr. Browning's 

poetry. In his Obiter dicta. 1896. - - - - E4B2 

- Inge (W. R. ) The mysticism of Browning. In his Studies. - 14901 

- Morley (Viscount) " The ring and the book." In his Studies. E5M1 

- Rain (T. ) Browning for beginners. 1904. .... 82408 

- Symons (A.) An introduction to Browning. 1906. bibl. - 82410 
Bruce, Michael. Mackenzie (J.) Life of Michael Bruce. 1905. ill. B171 
Bruce, Robert the [a biography] ; by A. F. Murison. - - - B012 
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Brudenells of Brude [a novel] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81 W 25 
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- Brushwork and colour study, col. ill. 74102 

Brutus, ein Trauerspiel ; von J. W. von Brawe. - - - 83202 

Bryan (George H. ) Thermodynamics. 1907. - 53606 

Bryant (Walter W.) A history of astronomy. 1907. ill. - 52004 
Bryant (William C.) Poetical works. 1891. mem. 'port. - 1301 B 
Bryant, William C. In Vincent (L. H. ) Literary masters. 1906. 81001 
Bryce (James) The American Commonwealth. 1907. 2 v. 34209-10 

- The Holy Roman Empire. 1906. maps. .... 92706 
Brydall (Robert) Art in Scotland, origin and progress. 1889. 70904 
Bucer (Martin) The judgment of Martin Bucer concerning 

divorce. In Milton (J.) Prose works, v. 3. - - - 82832 

Buchan (John) The African colony, the reconstruction. 1903. 96302 

- Grey weather, moorland tales of my own people. - - - 102 Bl 

- John Burnet of Barns, a romance. 102 B 2 

Buchan. McLeod (N. K.) Churches of Buchan, and notes by 

the way. 1899. ill. 27506 

Buchanan (Alfred) The real Australia. 1907. - - - 98603 
Buchanan (George) The Franciscan friar, a satire ; The mar- 
riage ode ; trans, by G. Provand. 1809. - - - 1601 B 

- Sacred dramas ; trans, by A. Brown. 1906. - 1602 B 
Buchanan, George. 7?iKingsley (C.) Health and education. 1887. E1K3 

- Lawrie (Sir A. C.) and others. Geo. Buchanan, a memorial, ill. B211 

- Wallace (R.) George Buchanan [a biography]. 1899. - - B212 
Buchanan (Robert W.) David Gray, and other essays. 1868. E9B1 

The poet, or seer. The student and his vocation. Walt Whitman. 
Literary morality. On my own tentatives. [Etc.] 

- A child of nature, a romance. 103 Bl 

Buck (Dudley) Musical pronouncing dictionary. - - - 78012 
Buckland (Francis T.) Curiosities of natural history. 4 v. ill. 59023-6 
Buckle (Henry) The after life. 1907. ----- 23607 
Buckle (Henry T.) Civilization in England. 1903. 3 v. - 90303-5 

Buckle (Mary) joint-author. See Day (Lewis F.) 

Buddhism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Arnold (Sir E.) The Light of Asia, Gautama [a poem]. 1890. 101 A 

- Hall (H. F.) The inward light. 1908. - - - 29406 

- Muller(F. Max) Buddhist charity. In his Works, v. 5. 1S98. E2M1 

- Suzuki (D. T.) Outlines of Mahayana Buddhism. 1907. - 29404 

Buell (Augustus C.) History of Andrew Jackson. 1904. 2 v. J071-2 

Bufifon, G. L. L. , comte de. In Merlet (G. ) et Lintilhac (E. ) Etudes. 84002 

Building. For list of other industries, see Industries ; for theory of 
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- Building construction ; Drawing for builders. In Cassell's 

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Building construction, advanced and honours. 1906. ill. - 69003 

- Young (F. C.) Every man his own mechanic, ill. - - 69001 

Constructive and decorative work in building. 

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Gas-fitting. Heating. House decoration. House painting. 
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Bulgaria. In Miller (W.) The Balkans. 1899. 
Bullen (Frank T.) Advance Australasia. 1907. 

- Back to sunny seas [West Indies]. 1905. col. ill. 

- The cruise of the ' Cachalot ' [whaling], 1905. ill. map. 

- Our heritage the sea. 1906. 

- A Bounty boy, adventures. - .... 

- Sea Puritans. 104B3 

- Sea spray [stories]. 104B1 

Bullen (George W. ) The standard course of Esperanto. ] 907. 40805 

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Bulwer (Sir Henry L., Lord Dalltno) Historical characters 

[biographies]. 1900. 99506 

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Bunker Hill. In Crane (S.) Great battles. 1901. ill. - - 90405 

Bunsen, Christian C. J., freiherr von. In Muller (F. Max) Works. E2M2 

Bunyan (John) The holy war. 24405 

- The pilgrim's progress, mem. port. ill. .... 24402 

Bunyan, John. Froude (J. A.) Bunyan [his life and work]. 1902. B411 

Bunyiu Nanjio. In Muller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1898. - - E2M2 

Burckhardt (JohnX.) The Bedouins and Wahabys. 1831. 2 v. map, 94413-4 

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Burke (Edmund) Works. 1900-1. 6 v. 82811-6 

1. Vindication of natural society. Essay on the sublime and beautiful. 
Political miscellanies. 2. Political miscellanies. Reflections on the 
revolution in France. Letter to a member of the National Assembly. 
3. Political miscellanies. 4. Reports on administration of justice in India. 
Charge against Warren Hastings. 5. Charge against Warren Hastings, 
concluded. Political letters. 6. Miscellaneous speeches, letters, and frag- 
ments. Abridgment of English historj*, etc. General index. 

Burke, Edmund. In Maurice (F. D.) Friendship of books [etc.] E6M1 

- Pillans (T. D.) Edmund Burke [a biography]. 1905. port. - B151 
Burke (John B.) The origin of life. 1906. ill. - - - 57602 
Burkersdorf Heights. In Crane (S.) Great battles. 1901. ill. 90405 
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Burnand(SirF. C.) Records and reminiscences. 1904. 2 v. port. B031-2 

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Burnish family [a story]. 124 Bl 

Burns (Robert) Complete poetical works; ed. by W. S. Douglas. 2v.702-3B 

- Poems and songs. 1861. ill. 704B 

- Poetical works ; ed. by C. Kent. 1895. mem. port. - - 701 B 

- - Another edition ; ed. by W. M. Rossetti. mem. port. ill. - 706 B 

- Songs; trans, into mediaeval Latin verse by A. Leighton. 1862. 705B 

- Letters; ed. by J. Logie Robertson. 1887. - B195 
Burns, Robert. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 2. - - - - E2C6 

- Couch (A. T. Quiller) Scott and Burns. In his Adventures 

in criticism. 1896. E3C1 

- Ford (R.) The heroines of Burns. 1906. .... 82402 

- In Graham (H. G.) Scottish men of letters. 1901. port. - 99908 

- Henderson (T. F.) The auld Ayrshire of Robert Burns. 1906. 91902 

- Jacks (W.) Robert Burns in other tongues. 1896. port. ill. 82406 

" A critical review of the translations of songs and poems of Burns." 

- Kingsley(C) Burns and his school. In his Lectures. 1898. - E1K5 

- Lockhart (J. G.) The life of Robert Burns. 1905. port. - B192 

- Mitchell (J. 0.) Burns and his times. 1897. - - - - B191 

- Rosebery (Earl of) Burns [etc.] appreciations. 1905. port. - 99612 

- Ross (J. D.) ed. Early critical reviews on Robert Burns. 1900. B193 

- Scott (A. B.) The poetry of Burns. In his Lectures. 1907. - E3S1 

- In Stevenson (R. L. ) Familiar studies of men and books. 1906. E5S3 

- Sulley (P.) ed. Robert Burns and Dumfries. 1896. - - B194 
Burrage (Champlin) The true story of Robert Browne. 1906. B281 
Burrill (Katharine) Loose beads [essays]. 1906. - - - E11B1 
Burroughs (John) A year in the fields [nature]. 1896. ill. - 50415 
Burrows (Guy) -The curse of central Africa [Congo Eree State]. 

1903. port. ill. map. 95910 

"With which is incorporated 'A campaign amongst cannibals,' by 
E. Canisius." 

Burrows (Montagu) Blake. In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

Burrows (Ronald M. ) The discoveries in Crete. 1907. ill. map. 93906 

Burton (Ernest D.) and Mathews (S.) Life of Christ. 1904. ill. 23210 

Burton (John E. Bloundelle) A branded name. - - - 113 B 4 

- A gentleman adventurer, a story of Panama. 2 copies. - - 113 B 2 

- The sword of Gideon. 113B3 

- The year one, a page of the French revolution. - - - 113B1 
Burton (John H.) The book-hunter. 1885. .... 01002 

- The Scot abroad. 1883. 91813 

Burton (Sir R. F.) Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah. 2 v. 94409-10 
Burton (Wm.) Porcelain, nature, art, manufacture. 1906. ill. 73803 

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Business. For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Carnegie (A.) The empire of business [studies]. 1903. - - 33014 

- Davies (A. E. ) Pitman's Business customs and practice on the 

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- Heelis (F. ) How to teach business training. .... 65805 

- Higinbotham (H. X.) The making of a merchant. 1907. - 65802 

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- Gamble (W.) The business life. 1907. 17401 

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Buskett (Evans W.) Fire assaying of gold, silver, lead. 1907. 66902 
BUSQUBI (R.) A manual of hydraulics. 1906. ill. - - - 53203 
Bute. Hewison (J. K.) Bute in the olden time. 1893-5. 2 v. 91907-8 
Bctler (Eliz. , Lady) Letters from the Holy Land. 1903. col. ill. 94503 

Butler (Joseph) Bp. Analogy of religion. 23901 

Butler (Samuel) 1612-80. Hudibras [a poem] ; ed. by Z. Grey. 801 B 
Butler, Samuel. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 1. - 99924 

Butler (SAMUEL) 1835-1909, Essays on life, art, science. 1908. E10B1 

Ramblings in Cheapside. The aunt, the nieces, and the dog. The 
sanctuary of Montrigone. A medieval girl school. Art in the valley of 
Saas. Thought and language. The deadlock in Darwinism [heredity]. [Etc.] 

Butler (Sir Wm. F.) From Naboth's vineyard [S. Africa]. 1907. 96501 

- The great lone land, north-west America. 1872. HI. map. - 97101 
Butterflies. For list of other subjects in entomology, see Insects. 

- Newman (EL) British butterflies and moths, ill. - • - 59507 
BUXTON (Xoel) Europe and the Turks. 1907. maps. - - 93905 
By beach and bog-land, some Irish stories ; by J. Barlow. - 16 B 2 
By mead and stream, a novel ; by C. Gibbon. - - - 21 G 3 
By meadow and stream, memories ; by E. Marston. 1896. ill. 79903 
By order of the company ; by M. Johnston. - - - 26 J 3 

By order of the Czar ; by J. Hatton. 36H1 

By order of the king ; by V. Hugo. 102 H 5 

By proxy ; by J. Payn. 18P4 

By snare of love ; by A. W. Marchmont. 47 Ml 

Bylow Hill [a novel] ; by G. W. Cable. 1C1 

Byron (Geo. Gordon, Lord) Works; ed. byT. Moore. 17 v. mem. port. 

1-6. Letters, journals, and life by T. Moore, B073-8. 7-17. [Poems] 505-15 B. 

- Complete poetical works. 1886. 3v. mem. - - - 502-4 B 

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Byron (Geo. Gordon, Lord) Poetical works. 1896. - - 501 B 

- With Byron in Italy, a selection [from] poems and letters ; ed. 

by A. B. McMahan. 1907. port. ill. - B071 

Byron, Geo. Gordon, Lord. In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. E4C1 

- Kingsley (C.) Shelley and Byron. In h is Lectures. 1898. - E1K5 

- Moore (T.) Life, letters, and journals of Byron. 1901. port. ill. B072 

- In Morley (Viscount) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - E5M2 

- Repplier (A.) Allegra. In her Compromises. 1904. - - E4R1 
Byzantine Empire [a history]; by C.W. C. Oman. 1892. ill. map. 93901 

c 

Cabet, Etienne. Kaufmann (M.) Cabet— " Voyage to Icaria." 

In his Utopias. 1879. - - - - - - 32105 

Cabinet-making. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 3-4. ill. - - , - 60308-9 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Cabinetwork and joinery. 1907. ill. - 68401 
Cable (George W.) By low Hill [a novel], 1C1 

- and others. The building of a book. ill. .... 65503 
* Cachalot.' Bullen (F. T.) Cruise of the ' Cachalot 5 [whaling]. 

1905. ill. 63901 

Cesar (Julius) Gallic war [Latin text] ; First book of the Greek 

paraphrase ; notes, ill. map. 47805 

- Invasion of Britain [Latin text] ; with notes, port, ill.- - 47807 

- Tales of the civil war [Latin text] ; with notes by W. D. Lowe. 47801 

Another edition ; with notes by C. H. Keene. ill. maps. - 47808 

" From the third book of Caesar's ' Civil war.' " 

Caesar, Julius. Jebb (Sir H. C.) Caesar, by J. A. Froude. In 

his Essays. 1907. E2J1 

Caesars. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 6. 1897. - 90401 

- Froude (J. A.) Divus Caesar. In his Short studies, v. 3. - E1F3 

- Suetonius. Stories of the Caesars [Latin text] ; with notes. - 47812 

Lives of the twelve Caesars. 87803 

Caffyn (Mrs. Kathleen M.) Poor Max. 2C1 

Cagliostro, Count Alessandro di. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 5. - E2C9 

Caine (Thomas H. Hall) The Christian, a drama. 1907. - 1101 C 

- Cobwebs of criticism. 1908. E4C1 

' The Lake School ' :— Wordsworth. Southey. Coleridge. 'The Satanic 
School': — Byron. 'The Cockney School': — Leigh Hunt. Keats. Shelley. 
The quarrels of critics. 

- The bondman, a new saga. 5C2 

- The Christian, a story. 5C3 

- The deemster. 5C6 

- The eternal city. 5C4 

- The Manxman. 5C5 

- The prodigal son. 2 copies. 5C1 

- The scapegoat, a romance. 5C9 

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Caine (Thomas H. Hall) The shadow of a crime. 2 copies. - 5C7 

- A son of Hagar, a romance. ------- 5C8 

Caird (Edward) Lay sermons and addresses. 1907. - - 25223 

The two aspects of college life. Freedom and truth. Salvation, here 
and hereafter. On Queen Victoria's Jubilee. The nation as an ethical ideal. 
After the Queen's death. Spiritual development. The great decision. True 
purity. Courage. Immortality. The faith of Job. 

Caird (John) Fundamental ideas of Christianity. 2 v. mem. 23017-8 

- and others. Scotch sermons, 1880. 1880. ... - 25214 
Cairns (D. S.) Christianity in the modern world. 1906. - - 23003 
Cairns, John. Cairns (J.) Principal Cairns [a biography]. 1903. C261 
Cairo. Poole (S. L.) The story of Cairo. 1902. ill. map. plans. 95712 
Calculus. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 
-Edser(E.) Differential and integral calculus. 1901. - - 51701 

- Gibson (G. A.) An introduction to the calculus. 1906. - - 51702 
Calcutta. Hunter (Sir W. W.) The Thackerays in India, and 

some .Calcutta graves. 1897. ------ T181 

Caldecott(W.S-) Solomon's Temple, its history. 1907. ill. plans. 22111 

Calder (W. "M. ) Smyrna as described by Aelius Aristides. In 

Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. ?)iap. - - - 93637 

Calderon, Pedro. Trench (R. C) Calderon, life and genius. 1856. C311 

" With specimens of his plays." 

Calderwood (Henry) David Hume [a biography]. 1898. - H121 

Calhoun, John C. [a biography] ; by H. von Hoist. 1899. - - C371 

California. Camming (C. F. G.) Granite crags. 1884. ill. map. 97403 

- De Qaincey (T. ) California and the gold-digging mania. In 



his Writings, v. 9. 1897. 



- Stevenson (R. L.) The Silverado squatters. 1901. - 

Call of the drum ; by H. Wyndham. 

Call of the wild [a story] ; b}' Jack London. - - - 
Callander (T. ) Explorations in Lyeaonia and Isauria, 1904. 

In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. ill. - 
Called back ; by Hugh Conway. 2 copies. 

Callender (G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain [biographies]. 1907. 
Callista, a tale of the third century ; by J. H. Newman. - 
Calvert (Albert F.) Escorial, Spanish royal palace. 1907. Hi. 

- Goya, his life and works. 1908. ill. 

- Granada and the Alhambra, a description. 1907. ill. plans. 

- Leon, Burgos, and Salamanca, historical and descriptive, ill. 

- Madrid, historical and descriptive account. 1909. ill. map. 

- Murillo, a biography and appreciation. 1907. ill. 

- Seville, historical and descriptive. 1907. ill. plan. 

- Spanish arms and armour. 1907. ill. 

- Toledo, an historical and descriptive account. 1907. 

- and Gallichan (W. M. ) Cordova, a city of the Moors. 

- and Hartley (C. G. ) The Prado, a description. 1907. 

- - Velazquez, his life and works. 1908. ill. - 

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Calvin, John. McCrie (T. ) Early years of Calvin, 1 509-36. 1880. C 381 

- Orr (J.) Calvin. In The reformers. 18S5. - 99812 
Calvinism. In Fronde (J. A.) Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - E1F2 
Cambric mask, a romance; by R. W. Chambers. - - - 35C7 
Cambridge (George, Duke of) Memoir. 1906. 2 v. port. ill. C 321-2 
Cambridge, Richard Owen. Dobson (H. A.) "Cambridge, the 

everything." Inhis Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 3. 1896. E3D3 
Cameos from foreign literature ; trans, by P. McConchie. 1904. 84301 

Translations from French and German fiction. 
Cameos, short stories ; by Marie Corelli. - 
Cameron (A. B. ) From garden to cross, our Lord's passion. 
Cameron (J.) Our tropical possessions in Malayan India. 
Cameron, Richard. Herkless (J. ) Cameron [a biography]. 
Cameron (Verney L.) Across [central] Africa. 1877. 2 
Camoens, Luis de, Memoirs ; by J. Adamson. 1820. 2 v. hibl. 
Campbell (Lord Archibald) Argyllshire galleys, 1906. 
Campbell (Donald F. ) Differential equations. 1907. 
Campbell (George) A dissertation on miracles. 1823. 
"To which are added sermons and tracts." 

Campbell (James M.) The atonement. 1907. - 23220 

Campbell (John F.) ed. Popular tales of the west Highlands 

[In Gaelic and English]. 1890-3. 4 v. ill. - - 39810-3 

Campbell (John G. ) Superstitions of the Highlands and islands 

of Scotland. 1900. 39822 

- Witchcraft and second sight in the Highlands and islands. - 39823 
Campbell ( Lewis) and Garnett ( W. ) Life of J. C. Maxwell. 1882. M 231 
Campbell (M. M. ) My very, very own, a book for mothers' meetings. 25601 
Campbell, Mary. Ross (J. D.) ed. Highland Mary. 1S94. port. C341 
Campbell (Reginald J.) The new theology. 1907.- - - 23005 
Campbell (Thomas) Life and times of Petrarch. 1843. 2 v. - P 081-2 

- Poetical works. 601 C 

Campbell, Thomas. Hadden (J. C.) Campbell [a biography]. - C271 

- In Irving (W.) Biographies. 1890. 81803 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) English war-songs, Campbell. In his Essays. 82108 

Campe (Joachim H.) Robinson der Jiingere ; with notes. 1904. 43823 

Campion (Thomas) Poetical works. 1201 C 

Campion(W. J. H.) Christianity and politics. /nLuxmundi. 1895. 23004 

Campion Court, a tale ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 81 W 26 

Canada. Baedeker (K.) The Dominion of Canada. 1907. maps. 96903 
" With Newfoundland and an excursion to Alaska." 

- Bourinot (Sir J. G.) Canada [1497-1891]. bibl. ill. map. - 96901 

- Butler (Sir W. F.) The great lone land, adventure. 1872. ill. 97101 

- Clarke (W.) Future of the Canadian Dominion. In Writings. E5C1 

- Hobson (J. A.) Canada to-day. 1906. 96902 

- Silver (A. P.) Farm-cottage, camp, canoe in maritime Canada, ill. 97001 

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Canada. Stewart (B.) The land of the maple leaf. 1908. ill. - 96905 

- Tucker (L. N.) and Welch (E. A.) Canada. In Church and 

Empire. 1907. 27401 

- Willox (D.) With the British bowlers in Canada, 1906. ill. - 79620 
Canary. For list of related subjects, see Birds. 

- Greene (W. T.) Canary keeping for amateurs. HI. - - 63613 
Caxdee (Helen C.) Decorative styles in the home. ill. - - 74903 
Candles. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- Carpenter (W. L.) Manufacture of soap and candles. 1895. ill. 66804 

- Faraday []£.) The chemical history of a candle. 1894. ill. - 54104 
Caxdolle (Alphohsi de) Origin of cultivated plants. 1886. - 58106 
Caxisius (Edgar) A campaign amongst cannibals. 1903. ill. - 95910 
Canitz (Friedrich R. L., freiherr von) Gedichte. In Die 

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Canning (Albert S. G.) British writers on classic lands. 1907. 90203 

- Literary influence in British history. 1904. - - - 82013 
Canning. George. In Bulwer (Sir H. L.) Historical characters. 99506 
Canon. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Prout(E.) Double counterpoint and canon. 1891. mm. - 78109 

Canonbury Holt [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 81 W 27 

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Canterbury. Belloc (H.) The old road [Winchester to Canter- 
bury]. 1904. ill. map. - 91720 

Canterville ghost [a story] ; by O. Wilde. 96W1 

Cape Colony. Russell (W. Clark) A voyage to the Cape. 1889. 90813 

Capes (Bernard E. J.) A castle in Spain. .... 16C1 

Capes (William W.) Stoicism. 18S0. 18802 

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- Aveling (E.) The students' Marx. 1902. .... 33112 

- Carnegie (A.) The common interest of labour and capital. In 

his Empire of business. 1903. 33014 

- Fisher (I.) The nature of capital and income. 1906. - - 33018 
Capital punishment. Oldfield (J.) The penalty of death. 1901. bill. 34302 

- Repplier (A.) The headsman. In her Compromises. 1904. - E4R1 
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- Smith (B.) The whole art of caravanning. 1907. ill. - - 79623 

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Carbuncle clue, a mystery ; by F. Hume. 103 H 3 

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- Sutcliffe (A.) Cardboard modelling. 1907. ill. - - - 37204 
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- Cavendish. Round games at cards. 1901. .... 79503 

- See also Bridge. Whist. 

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- Basil Lyndhurst. 2 copies. 20 C 2 

- Not like other girls, a novel. 2 copies. 20 C 3 

- The old, old story, a novel. 2 copies. 20 C 4 

- Only the governess. 2 copies. 20 C 5 

Carissima, a modern grotesque ; by Lucas Malet. - - - 36 M 3 
Carleton (Wm.) Traits and stories of the Irish peasantry. - 21 CI 

Carlile (William M. ) Economic method and fallacies. 1904. 33004 

Carlowrie, or, among Lothian folk ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 147 S 6 
Carlyle (E. I.) William Cobbett, a study of his life. 1904. ill. C141 
Carlyle (Thomas) Critical and miscellaneous essays. 7 v. - E2C5-11 

1. J. P. F. Richter. State of German literature. Life and writings of 
Werner. Goethe's Helena. Goethe. 2. Burns. Life of Heyne. German 
playwrights. Voltaire. Novalis. Signs of the times- History. 3. J. P. 
F. Richter again. Schiller. The Nibelungen Lied. German literature, xiv. 
and xv. centuries. Taylor's Survey of German poetry. 4. Characteristics. 
Goethe. Biography. Bos well's Life of Johnson. Corn-law rhymes [Ebenezer 
Elliott]. History. The tale [Goethe]. 5. Diderot. Count Cagliostro. The 
diamond necklace. Mirabeau. 6. Parliamentary history of the French 
revolution. Sir Walter Scott. Varnhagen von Ense's Memoirs. Chartism. 
Baillie the covenanter. 7. Dr. Francia. An election to the Long Parliament. 
The nigger question [slavery]. The Prinzenraub. Inaugural rectorial address 
at Edinburgh, 1866. Shooting Niagara, and after ? [democracy]. Index. [Etc.] 

- The early kings of Norway. The portraits of John Knox. ill. 94102 

- The French revolution [1774-95]. 93207 

- Historical sketches, James I. and Charles I. 1902. ill. - 91304 

- History of Frederick the Great. 10 v. map. - - -F041-10 

- Latter-day pamphlets. 1894. E2C3 

The present time [democracy]. Model prisons. Downing Street. The 
new Downing Street [government]. Stump-orator. Parliaments. Hudson's 
statue. Jesuitism. 

- The life of Friedrich Schiller. S131 

- The life of John Sterling. S141 

- Montaigne, and other essays. 1897. port. - - - - E2C12 

Nelson. The Netherlands. Newfoundland. Norfolk. Mungo Park. 
William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. William Pitt, the younger. [Etc.] 

- Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches. 5 v. - - - - C 052-6 

- On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. - - E2C4 

The hero as divinity, Scandinavian mythology. The hero as prophet, 
Mahomet. The hero as poet. The hero as priest. The hero as man of 
letters. The hero as king, Cromwell. [Etc.] 

- On the choice of books. 1893. mem. port. - 02806 

- Past and present. E2C1 

- Sartor resartus. Latter-day pamphlets. 1893. port. - - E2C2 

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Carlyle (Thomas) trans. Tales by Musseus, Tieck, Richter. - 128 Ml 

- Wilhelm Meister ; by J. W. von Goethe. - - - - 34 Gl 
Carlyle, Thomas. In Birrell (A. ) Obiter dicta. 1896. - - E4B2 

- Cosh (T. R.) The ethical teaching of Carlyle in " Sartor resartus." 82707 

- Espinasse (F.) The Carlyles, and a segment of their circle. In 

his Literary recollections. 1893. ----- E141 

- Froude (J. A.) Carlyle, first forty years of his life. 2 v. port. C 103-4 

- - Carlyle, his life in London, 1834-81. 1902. 2 v. port. - C101-2 

- Harrison (F.) ed. Carlyle and the London Library. 1907. - 02702 

- In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. E3L1 

- Macpherson (H. C. ) Hamilton and Carlyle as philosophers. In 

his Century of intellectual development. 1907. - - 30411 

- - Thomas Carlyle [a biography]. ------ C105 

- In Masson (D.) London in the 'forties. 1908. - - - 91729 

- In Morley (Viscount) Critical miscellanies, v. 1. 1904. - E5M2 

- Midler (F. Max) Goethe and Carlyle. In his Works, v. 5. 1898. E2M1 

- In Robertson (J. M. ) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Carlyle's ethics. In his Hours in a library, v. 3. E6S3 

- In Tyndall (J.) New fragments. 1905. 50411 

Recollections of Carlyle. On unveiling the statue of Carlyle. 

Carlyon's year ; by J. Payn. - - - - - - - 18 P 16 

Carnegie (Andrew) Empire of business [political economy]. - 33014 

- James Watt [a biography]. W031 

- Triumphant democracy [U.S.A.] 1888. 97206 

Carnegie Institute. See Pittsburgh. 

Caro (A.) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 1828. - 85801 

Carotti (G.) A history of art. 1908. v. 1. ill. plans. - - 70910 

Carpenter (Edward) Civilisation, its cause and cure [etc.] - 30402 
Modern science. Defence of criminals. [Etc.] 

- England's ideal, and other papers. 1902. .... 30401 
Carpenter (Wm. L.) Manufacture of soap and candles. 1895. ill. 66804 
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- Carpentry and joinery ; Drawing for carpenters and joiners. 

In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. - - 60306-8 

- Hasluck(P. N.) ed. Cabinetwork and joinery. 1907. ill. - 68401 

- Mitchell (C. F. and G. A.) Carpentry workshop practice, ill. 69403 

- In Young (F. C.) Every man his own mechanic, ill. - - 69001 

- See also Handrailing. Window blinds. 

Carr (M. E.) Love and honour. 25C1 

Carrick (J. C.) Wycliffe and the Lollards. 1908. - - - W161 

Carroll (John S. ) Exiles of eternity, Dante's Inferno. 1903. 85101 
Carroll, Lewis. Bowman (I.) Story of Lewis Carroll. 1899. port. C171 

Carruthers (Robert) The life of Alexander Pope. 1857. ill. P161 

Carry's confession ; by F. W. Robinson. 50 Rl 

Carter (M. E.) English history [55 b.c. -a. d. 1901]. 1907. maps.- 91223 

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Carthage. Church (A. J.) and Oilman (A.) Carthage [a history]. 95602 

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CARUS(PAUL) Chinese thought. 1907. ill. .... 95109 

Cary, Lucius. See Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount. 

Casa Braccio [a novel] ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - 113 C 24 

Case (Thomas) and others. Lectures on the method of science. 1906. 50702 

Case of General Ople and Lady Camper ; by G. Meredith. - 82 M 2 

Casey (John) A sequel to the first six books of Euclid. 1SS1. - 51307 

Cass, Lewis [a biography] ; by A. C. McLaughlin. 1891. - - C361 

Cassell's Engineer's handbook ; by H. Adams. - - - 62011 

- History of the Russo-Japanese war. 1904-5. 3 v. ill. - 95105-7 

- New popular educator. 1903-6. S v. ill. maps. - - 03203-10 

- New technical educator. 6 v. ill. .... 60306-11 
Castle (Agnes and Egerton) The Bath comedy. 2 copies. - 30 CI 

- Incomparable Bellairs [a sequel to " The Bath comedy"]. - 30 C 5 

- French Nan [a sequel to " Incomparable Bellairs "]. - - 30 C 2 

- " If youth but kuew!" - 30C3 

- Rose of the world. 30C4 

- The secret orchard. 30 C 6 

Castle (Egerton) " La Bella," and others, stories. - - - 31C2 

- Marshfield the observer. The death-dance. - - - - 31 CI 

- ' Young April.' 2 copies. 31 C 3 

Castle Daly ; by A. Keary. 5K1 

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Castle Inn ; by S. J. Weyman. 44W4 

Castle of Ehrenstein, or, a romance of prince* ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 5 

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Castle Warlock, a romance ; by G. MacDonald. - - - 10 M 4 

Castlemaine, Countess of. 7?iFea(A.) Some beauties. 1906. port. 99501 
Casuistry. See Conscience. 

Cat. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Williams (Mrs. L.) The cat, care and management. 1907. ill. 63612 
Catechism. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Mitchell (A. F.) Catechisms of second reformation. 1886. - 23804 

- Whyte (A.) A commentary on the Shorter catechism. - - 23807 
Cathedrals. Bond (F.) English cathedrals illustrated. 1900. - 91719 
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of Siena and her times. 1906. port. ill. - - - C091 

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Catholicism, Roman. See Roman Catholicism. 

Catriona ; by R. L. Stevenson. 119 SI 

A sequel to " Kidnapped," 119 S 4. 
Cat's pilgrimage ; by J. A. Froude. In his Short studies, v. 1. E1F1 
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Causation. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Watts (R.) The reign of causality. 1888. .... 12201 

" A vindication of the scientific principle of telic causal efficiency." 
Cavalry. Fitchett (W. H. ) Famous cavalry charges. In his 

Fights for the flag. 1904. - - - - - - 91411 

Cavendish. Round games at cards. 1901. ... - 79503 

Caxton, Wm. Blades (W.) Biography and typography of Caxton. ill. C281 

Caxtons; by Lord Lytton. 73L4 

Cecil (Mrs. Evelyn) Children's gardens. 1903. ill. - - 71607 
Cecilia, a story of modern Rome ; by F. M. Crawford. - - 113 C 14 

Cecil's tryst ; by J. Payn. 18P15 

Cellini (B. ) [Memoirs ; trans, into German by J. W. von Goethe]. 83833 
Cellini, B. Birrell (A.) A rogue's memoirs. In his Obiter dicta. E4B2 
Celsus. Froude (J. A.) Origen and Celsus. In his Short studies. E1F4 
Celts. Rhys (J.) Celtic Britain. 1882. maps. - - - 91323 

Cement. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Methods of testing hydraulic cements [etc.] - 66903 

Centipede; by B. Boothby. 128B1 

'Centurion.' Fitchett (W. H.) Lord Anson and the 'Centurion.' 

In his Fights for the flag. 1904. 91411 

Century of intellectual development; by H. C. Macpherson. 1907. 30411 
Cerise, a tale of the last century ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - 79M12 

Cervantes (Miguel de) Don Quixote. 34C1 

Cervantes, Miguel de. Heine (H.) Don Quixote. In his Writings. E2H1 
Cestus of Aglaia; by J. Ruskin. In his On the old road, v. 2. - 70407 
Cetaceans. Hartwig (G.) Sea-monsters and sea-birds. 1892. ill. 59604 
Cevennes. Stevenson (R. L.) Travels with a donkey. 1905. - 93302 
Ceylon. Baker (Sir S. W.) Rifle and hound in Ceylon. 1904. ill. 94804 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 7. 1897. - - 90402 
Chadwick (Mrs. E. H. ) Lessons on hygiene and temperance. 2 v. 61312-3 
Chadwick (H. M.) The origin of the English nation. 1907. maps. 91325 
Chadwick (J. W.) The immortal hope. In What do Unitarians 

believe and teach ? 1906. 28801 

Chairman's handbook ; by Sir R, F. D. Palgrave. 1905. - - 32805 
Chaldea to the rise of Assyria ; by Z. A. Ragozin. 1900. bill. ill. 94404 

Continued in "Assyria," 94401 
Chalmers (Thomas) Correspondence; ed. by W. Hanna. 1853. C193 
Chalmers, Thomas. Blaikie ( W. G. ) Chalmers [a biography]. 1896. C192 

- In Brown (J.) Horae subsecivae, v. 2. 1897. - 

- Oliphant (Mrs. M. O. W.) Chalmers [a biography]. 
Chambers (Geo. F.) Astronomy for general readers. 

- The story of eclipses. 1902. ill. .... 

- The story of the solar system. 1902. ill. 

- The story of the stars. 1903. ill. - 

- The story of the weather. HI. 
Chambers (Robert) Domestic annals of Scotland. 1 

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Chambers (Robert) History of the rebellion of 1745-6. ill. ■ 91412 

- Vestiges of the natural history of creation. 1846. - - - 21504 

- Explanations, a sequel to "Vestiges of the natural history of 

creation." 1845. 21505 

Chambers, Robert. Chambers (C. E. S.) Letters of Sir W. Scott 

and Charles K. Sharpe to Robert Chambers. 1904. port. S031 

Chambers (Robert W.) The cambric mask, a romance. - - 35 C 7 

- In search of the unknown [stories]. 35 C 6 

- A king and a few dukes, a romance. 2 copies. - - - 35 C 3 

- The maid-at-arms. 35 C 2 

- The maids of Paradise. 35 CI 

- The reckoning. - 35C8 

- The red Republic, a romance of the Commune. 2 copies. - 35 C 4 

- A young man in a hurry, and other stories. - - - 35 C 5 
Chambers (William) The Scottish Church to 1881. Historical 

sketch of St. Giles' Cathedral. 1881. ill. - - - 27505 

- Stories of old [Scottish] families. 1887. 99619 

- Story of a long and busy life [autobiography]. 1882. port. - C161 
Chambers's Elocution ; ed. by R. C. H. Morison. 1906. - - 80805 
Champions of the fleet [navy] ; by E. Fraser. 1908. ill. - - 91225 
Champness (Thomas) Carmel's hero, Elijah. 1902. -port. - 22301 
Channel Islands, A descriptive guide to the. ill. maps. - - 91507 
Channings [a story] ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - 76 Wl 
Chanson de Roland. In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes. - 84002 
Chantry House [a novel] ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - - 5Y20 
Chaplain of the Fleet ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. - - 49 Bl 

Chaplet of pearls ; by C. M. Yonge. 5Y25 

Chapman, George. In Swinburne (A. C. ) Age of Shakespeare. 1908. 82524 
Chapman (Sydney J.) The history of trade between the United 

Kingdom and the United States. 1899. - 33703 

- Local government and state aid. 1899. 35203 

Character. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Coleridge (S. T.) Aids to reflection. 24202 

- Ellis (F. H.) Character forming in school. 1907. ill. - - 37702 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Essays, v. 2. E1E2 

In his Lectures and biographical sketches. 1894. - - E1E6 

- Foster (J.) On decision of character. In his Essays. 1838. - E2F1 

- Jacks (W.) Stability of character and purpose. In his Singles. El Jl 

- Mason (C. M.) Studies in the formation of character. 1906. - 17013 

- Smiles (S.) Character. 1905. ill. 17014 

Characteristics ; by T. Carlyle. In his Essays, v. 4. - - - E2C8 

Charicles, or, the ancient Greeks ; by W. A. Becker. 1906. ill. 93802 
Charity. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Sociology. 

- Haweis (H. R.) Almsgiving. In his Speech in season. 1874. 25215 

- Loch (C. S.) Charity organisation. 1892. .... 36101 

- Muller (F. Max) Buddhist charity. In his Works, v. 5. 1898. E2M1 

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Charlemagne. In De Quincey (T. ) Collected writings, v. 5. - 99903 

Charles I. Eikon basilike, or, the King's book. bibl. port. - C401 

- Milton (J.) Eikonoklastes. In his Prose works, v. 1. - - 82830 

"In answer to ' Eikon basilike.' " 

Charles of Orleans. In Stevenson (R. L.) Men and books. 1906. E5S3 
Charles the Bold. Michelet (J.) Louis XI. et Charles le Teme- 

raire ; [with notes]. 1907. 44846 

Charles (Mrs. E. R.) Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family. 38 CI 

Charles (M.) The story of Faust, Goethe's drama. 1907. - 83201 

Charles Eversley's choice ; by E. J. Worboise. - 81W38 
Charlotte, Princess, Sermon on the death of ; by R. Hall. In 

his Works, v. 1. 1832. 20806 

Charlotte ; by Mrs. L. B. Walford. 3W1 

Chartism. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 6. E2C10 

Chateau d'lf ; par A. Dumas; with notes. 1900. - - - 44834 

Chatham, William Pitt, Earl of. In Carlyle (T.) Montaigne [etc.] E2C12 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. El Ml 

Chatley (Herbert) The problem of flight. 1907. ill. - - 53301 
Chatriax (Alexandre) joint-author. See Erckmann (Emtle). 

Chatterton (Thomas) Poetical works. 1891. 2 v. mem. - 101-2 C 

Chatterton, Thomas. Masson (D.) Chatterton, a biography. 1899. C181 

- inNewbigging (T.) Sketches and tales. 1883. - - - E1N1 

Chaucer (Geoffrey) Poetical works; cd. by R. Bell. 4 v. 

mem. port. 302 5 C 

- Canterbury tales, mem. port. 301 C 

Chaucer, Geoffrey In Couch (A. T. Q.) Adventures in criticism. E3C1 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - - 82218 

- In Lowell (J. R. ) My study windows. E3L1 

- Pollard (A. W.) Chaucer [a literature primer]. 1903. port. - 82101 

- Todd (H. J.) Illustrations of lives and writings of Cower and 

Chaucer. 1810. port. - ... G191 

- Ward (A. W.) Chaucer [his life and work]. 1908. - - C411 

Chauyet (Paul) ed. The nineteenth century in France, selections 

from literary works [In French]. 1S97. v. 1. - - 44839 

Chemistry. For list of other branches of science, see Science ; for 
applications of chemistry, see Industries. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 3-6. 1905. ill. - - 03205-8 

- Cohen (J. B.) Organic chemistry, advanced. 1907. - - 54701 

- Faraday (M.) Chemical history of a candle. 1894. ill. - - 54104 

- In General elementary science. 1899. ill. - 53014 

- Jones (C.) Inorganic chemistry, advanced. 1903. ill. - - 54603 

- Lewis (E. I.) Inorganic chemistry. 1907. ill. - - - 54602 

- Muir (M. M. P.) The story of the chemical elements. 1901. - 54101 

- Pilley (J. J.) Chemistry of common objects. 1898. ill. - 54605 

- Price (T. S.) and Twiss (D. F.) Organic chemistry. 1907. ill. 54702 

- Smith (A.) General inorganic chemistry. 1906. ill. - - 54601 

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Chemistry. Wilson (G.) Chemical final causes. /;/ Edinburgh 

essays, 1856. 1857. - E3E1 

- See also Alchemy. Atoms. Crystallography. Electrochemistry. 

Mineralogy. Radium. Spectrum. 
Cheneys. Froude (J. A.) Cheneys and the house of Russell. 

In his Short studies, v. 4. 1905. E1F4 

Chenier, Andre. In Bailey (J. C.) Claims of French poetry. 1907. 84102 

Cherry ribband ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - - - - 118 C 16 

"Cherry ripe !" a romance ; by H. Mathers. 2 copies. - - 64M1 

Chesney (Weatherby) The Baptist ring. 137C1 

- The foundered galleon. 137 C 2 

Chess. For list of other games, see Games. 

- Cook (W.) The chess players' compendium. 1907. - - 79405 

- Staunton (H.) The chess-player's handbook. 1904. ill. - 79406 
Chessox (Mrs. W. H.) The bell and the arrow. - - - 139C1 
Chesterfield (P. D. Stanhope, Earl oe) Letters to his son. 2 v. 82703-4 
Chesterfield, Philip D. Stanhope, Earl of. Collins (J. C.) Lord 

Chesterfield's Letters. In his Essays and studies. 1895. E1C1 

- Tovey(D. C.) Letters of Chesterfield. In his Reviews. 1897. 82106 
Chesterton (Gilbert K.) Chas. Dickens [a biography]. 1906. D122 
Chevalier d'Auriac [a romance] ; by S. L. Yeats. - - -. 2Y2 
Chevalier de Maison Rouge ; by A. Dumas. .... 58D10 

" Sequel to ' Countess de Charny,' " 58D14. 
Chicot the jester ; by A. Dumas. 58D5 

11 Sequel to ' Marguerite de Valois,' " 58D13. 
Chief ancient philosophies. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Child (Thomas) The Bible, its interpretation, port. - - 22006 

Child of nature, a romance ; by R. W. Buchanan. - - - 103B1 

Childhood, boyhood, youth ; by Count Tolstoy. - - - 35 Tl 

Children. For lists of related subjects, see Education. Ethics. 
Health. Health, Public. Psychology. 

- Coolidge (E. L.) The mothers' manual. 1905. - - - 64901 

- Darroch (A. ) The children, educational problems. 1907. - 37003 

- Gorst (Sir J. E.) The children of the nation. 1906. - - 61401 

- Heath (H. L.) The infant, the parent, and the state. 1907. ill. 61307 

- Major (D. R.) First steps in mental growth. 1906. ill. - 15008 

- Saunt (T. E.) Health for children, a guide. ... - 61315 

- Wiggin (K. D.) and Smith (N. A.) Children's rights. 1892. - 17301 

The rights of the child. Children's plays. Children's playthings. 
What shall children read ? The relation of the kindergarten to social 
reform. How shall we govern our children ? The relation of the kinder- 
garten to the public school. [Etc.] 

- See also Boys. Girls. Play. 

Children of Gibeon ; by Sir W. Besant. 2 copies. - - 48 Bl 

Children of tempest, a tale of the outer isles ; by Neil Munro. - 124M1 

Children of the Ghetto, a study ; by I. Zaugwill. - - - 2Z2 

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Children of the king, a tale ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - 113 C 22 
Children of the mist ; by E. Phillpotts. - - - -- - 41 P 2 

Children of the New Forest ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - 52 M 20 
Chile. Holdich (Sir T. H.) Countries of the King's award, ill. 98004 

The disputed boundary between Chile and Argentina. 
China. Brown (C. C. ) China in legend and story. 1907. ill. - 95112 

- Cams (P.) Chinese thought. 1907. - ... 95109 

- Cumming(C. F. G.) Wanderings in China. 1886. 2 v. ill. map. 95114-5 

- De Quincey (T.) Chinese question in 1857. In his Writings. - 82802 

- Douglas (Sir R. K.) China [a history to 1901]. ill. map. - 95101 

- In Eliot (Sir C.) Letters from the far east. 1907. ill - - 94308 

- Gibson (J. C.) Mission problems in south China. 1901. ill. - 27801 

- Jagat jit Singh. My travels in China, Japan [etc.] 1903. ill. 94302 

- Kidd (S.) China. 1841. ill 95110 

"Symbols, philosophy, antiquities, customs, superstitions, laws, 
government, education, and literature." 

- Landor(A. H. S.) China and the allies. 1901. 2 v. ill maps. 95103-4 

- Lansdell (H.) Chinese central Asia. 1893. 2 v. ill maps. 94306-7 

- Legge (J.) The religions of China. 1880. .... 29904 

<{ Confucianism and Taoism described and compared with Christianity." 

- In Lyall (Sir A. C.) Asiatic studies, v. 2. 1907. - - - 94708 

The state and religion in China. Permanent dominion in Asia. 
China. See Pottery. 
Chodowiecki, Daniel N. Dobson (H. A.) The Berlin Hogarth. 

In his Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 2. 1894. - - E3D2 

Cholmondeley (Mary) Prisoners. 45 CI 

Christ. See Jesus Christ. 

Christian, a drama ; by Hall Caine. 1907. .... H01C 

Christian, a story ; by Hall Caine. 5C3 

Christian biography. For list of related subjects, see Biography. 

- Ryle (J. C.) The Christian leaders of last century. 1899. - 99814 

George Whitefield. John Wesley. William Grimshaw. William 
Romaine. Daniel Rowlands. John Berridge. Henry Venn. Walker of 
Truro. James Hervey. Augustus Toplady. Fletcher of Madeley. 

- Stephen (Sir J.) Essays in ecclesiastical biography. 2 v. -99804-5 

1. Hildebrand. St. Francis of Assisi. Founders of Jesuitism. Luther. 
The French Benedictines. The Port-Royalists. 2. Richard Baxter. The 
"evangelical" succession. Wilberforce. The Clapham Sect. The historian 
of enthusiasm [Isaac Taylor]. The epilogue. 

- Walton (I.) Lives. 1901. 79935 

Donne. Wotton. Hooker. Herbert. Sanderson. 

- See also Congregationalists. Hermits. Martyrs. Ministers. Popes. 

Puritans. Reformers. Saints. Theologians. 
Christian evidences. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Butler (J.) Analogy of religion, natural and revealed. - - 23901 

- Ingram (A. F. W.) Reasons for faith [etc.] 1905. - - - 23902 

Popular objections to Christianity. Old Testament difficulties. New 
Testament difficulties. 

- Orr (J.) The Bible under trial, apologetic papers. 1907. - 23911 

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Christian evidences. Pascal (B.) Thoughts on religion. - - 23903 

- Rawlinson (G.) The historical evidences of the truth of the 

Scripture records. 1S60. bibl. 23913 

- Rogers (J. G.) The unchanging faith. 1907. - - • - - 23905 

- Selborne (Earl of) Letters to his son on religion. 1898.- - 23906 

- Wright (G. F.) Scientific aspects of Christian evidences. - 23908 
Christian institutions. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Stanley (A. P.) Christian institutions, essays. 1906. - - 26001 
Christian life. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Theology. 

- Browne (Sir T. ) Christian morals. 24002 

- 7wCaird(E.) Lay sermons and addresses. 1907. - - - 25223 

Spiritual development. The great decision. 

- Dickie (W.) Life's ideals. 1907. 17111 

- Drummond (H. ) Stones rolled away, and other addresses. - 17113 

- Greenhough (J. G.) and others. The ladder of life. 1907. - 17110 

- Hillis (N. D.) The master of the science of right living. 1903. 24806 

- Jowett (B.) Conversion and changes of character. In his 

Interpretation of Scripture, and other essays. - - - 20408 

- Matheson (G.) Thoughts for life's journey. 1907.- - - 24801 

- Miller (J. R.) Best things in life. 1907. .... 24803 

- - Finding the way. 1904. 17104 

- Ottley (R. L.) Christian ethics. In Lux mundi. 1895. - 23004 

- Peabody (F. G.) Jesus Christ and Christian character. 1906. 23226 

- Robertson (J.) Pastoral counsels. 1865. .... 24802 

- Taylor (J. ) The exercises of holy living and dying. - - 24101 

- Blatchford (R.) [Taylor's] Holy living and dying. In his 

Book about books. 1903. E5B1 

- Thomas (M. E.) A view of life. 1907. 17114 

- Wagner (C.) The upright life. 1905. - •- - - - 17102 

- - Wayside talks. 1906. 17112 

- Watson (J.) The homely virtues. 1903. - - - - 17107 
Christian science. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Eddy (Mrs. M. B. G.) Science and health. 1908. - - - 61505 

- Powell (L. P.) Christian science, the faith and founder, bibl. 61502 
Christian singers of Germany ; by 0. Winkworth. 1869. ill. - 24505 
Christian year, thoughts in verse ; by J. Keble. ill. - - 24501 
Christianity. For lists of related subjects, see Church history. Theology. 

- Addison (J.) On the Christian religion. In his Works, v. 5. E1A6 

- Anderson (J. G. C.) Paganism and Christianity in the upper 

Tembris Valley. In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. 93637 

- Bacon (F.) Religious writings. In his Works, v. 7. - - 19212 

- Balfour (F. H.) Rome, Jerusalem, and an ideal. In his 

Higher agnosticism. 1907. 21107 

- Birrell (A.) The via media. In his Obiter dicta. 1896. - E4B2 

- Bisseker (H.) Social Christianity. In The citizen of to-morrow. 30403 

- Caird (J.) Fundamental ideas of Christianity. 1899. 2 v. - 23017-8 

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Christianity. Cairns (1). S. ) Christianity in the modern world. 

- Campion (W. J. H.) Christianity and politics. In Lux mundi. 

- Clifford (J.) Ultimate problems of Christianity. ]906. - 

- Coats (J.) The Master's watchword, an essay. 1897. 

- De Quincey (T. ) On Christianity as a political movement. In 

his Writings, v. 8. - 

- Eaton (J. R. T.) The permanence of Christianity. 1873. 

- Farrar (F. W.) The early days of Christianity. 1897- - 

- Gardner (P.) Exploratio evangelica. 1907. - 

"A survey of the foundations of Christianity." 

- - The growth of Christianity, lectures. 1907. 

- Halil Halid. The crescent versus the cross. 1907. 

- Hall (R.) Christianity consistent with a love of freedom. In 

his Works, v. 3. 1832. 

- Legge (J.) The religions of China compared with Christianity. 

In his Religions of China. 1880. 

- Milman (H. H.) History of Latin Christianity. 9 v. - 27003-11 

- Neander (J. A. W. | Memorials of Christian life in the early 

and middle ages. Light in dark places. 1852. 

- Orr(J.) Neglected factors in early Christianity. 1899.- 

- Pfleiderer (0.) Christian origins. 1906. 

- Schaff(P.) Christ and Christianity. 1885. .... 

- Scott (A. B.) Christianity and socialism. In his Lectures. - 

- Slater (T. E.) The higher Hinduism in relation to Christianity. 

- Taylor (I. ) "Without controversy. 1 ' In his Logic in theology, 

and other essays. 1859. 

Christian's mistake ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. .... 

Christie (Georgk) The influence of letters on the Scottish 

reformation. 1908. 

Christie Johnstone [a story] ; by C. Reade. .... 

Christmas. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- In Arnold (M.) St. Paul and Protestantism [etc.] 1892. - 28001 

- Irving (W.) Old Christmas, from "The sketch book." - - 39401 
Christmas books ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. .... 30D12 
Christmas books ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 12T4 
Christmas stories ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. .... 30D13 

Christowell, a tale ; by R. D. Blackmore. 120B4 

Christ's service of love [Lord's Supper] ; by H. Black. 1907. - 26501 
Christy (Eva) Modern side-saddle riding. 1907. ill. - - 79806 
Chronicles of Barsetshire ; by A. Trollope. .... 43T2 

1. The warden, 43T5. 2. Barchester Towers. 43 T 2. 3- Doctor 
Thome. 43 T 4. 4. Framlev Parsonage, 43 T 6. 5. Small House at Allington, 
43T1. 6. Last chronicle of Barset, 43 T 3. 
Chronicles of Count Antonio ; by Anthony Hope. - - - 82H7 

Chronicles of the Canongate ; by Sir W. Scott. 

First series, 35S19; First series, continued, 35S20; First series, 
concluded, "The surgeon's daughter," 35S25; Second series, "The fair 
maid of Perth," 35S22. 
Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family ; by Mrs. E. R. Charles. 38C1 

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23004 
23002 
23007 

10401 
23020 
27030 
23009 

27031 
29701 

20808 

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27001 
27002 
23019 
E3S1 
29401 

E1T2 
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POLLOKSHTELDS BRANCH. CHU 

Chronology. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Cunynghame (H. H.) Time and clocks [a history]. 1906. ill. 52901 

- De Quincey (T. ) Memorial chronology on a new and more 

apprehensible system. In his Collected writings, v. 14. - 82802 

Chrystabel, or, clouds with silver linings; by E. J. Worboise. - 81W3 

Chrystal (William) The kingdom of Kippen. 1903. ill. - 92518 

Church (Alfred J.) Early Britain [a history]. 1900. ill. map. 91301 

- and Gilman (A.) Carthage, or, the Empire of Africa. 1899. ill. 95602 
Church (Richard W.) Bacon [his life and philosophy]. 1902. B101 

- Spenser [his life and work]. 1902. S121 

Church. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Lock (W.) The church. In Lux mundi. 1895. - - - 23004 

- Matheson (A. S.) The church and social problems. 1893. - 26101 

- Milton (J.) Means to remove hirelings out of the church. In 

his Prose works, v. 3. 82832 

- Templeton (J. S.) A layman's mind on creed and church. 1906. 23006 

- See also Baptism. Baptists. Calvinism. Christian institutions. 

Church law. Church polity. Huguenots. Methodism. Missions. 

Nonconformity. Protestantism. Quakers. Revivals. Roman 

Catholicism. Sacraments. Sunday. Swedenborgianism. Uni- 

tarianism. 
Church and Empire [missions] ; by W. Lock and others. 1907. 27401 
Church and state. For lists of related subjects, see Church, England. 

Political science. 

- In Lyall (Sir A. C.) Asiatic studies, v. 2. 1907. - - - 94708 

The state and religion in China. 

- McCarthy (M. J. F.) Church and state in England and Wales, 

1829-1906. 1906. ill. 28303 

- Milton (J. ) Civil power in ecclesiastical causes. In his Works, v. 2. 82831 

- Smith (G.) Disestablishment. In his Questions of the day. - 30414 
Church, England. Andrews (W.) eel. Old church life. 1900. ill. 27602 

- Arnold (M. ) Puritanism and the Church of England. In his 

St. Paul and Protestantism, with other essays. 1S92. - 28001 

- Bede. Ecclesiastical history of England, map. - - - 27601 

- Little (W. J. K.) The conflict of ideals in the Church. 1907. 28302 

- Lock (W.) and others. Church and Empire, essays. 1907. - 27401 

- In Milton (J.) Prose works, v. 2-3. 82831-2 

2. Of reformation in England. 3. Animadversions upon the Remon- 
strant's Defence against Smectymnuus. An apology for Smectymnuus. 

- Russell (Sir E. R.) An editor's sermons. 1901. - - - 26401 

" On days of the Church year, and other subjects." 

- Southey (R.) The book of the Church. 1824. 2 v. - - 27603-4 

- Wall (J. C.) An old English parish. 1907. ill. - - - 28301 

A description of the church in England during the middle ages. 

- See also Church and state. ClaphamSect. Folk-lore. Oxford movement. 

Prayer book. Thirty-nine articles. 

Church, France. Bodley (J. E. C.) The church in France. 1906. 27701 

63 



CHU GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Church history. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Beet (J. A.) The church, churches, and the sacraments. 1907. 27041 

- Hutton(W. H.) Church and the barbarians, 461-1003. 1906. bill. 27034 

- Jones (H. D. M. Spence) The golden age of the church. 1906. 27032 

- Neander (J. A. W.) History of the Christian religion and 

church. 1851-86. 10 v. 27012-21 

1-2. In the three first centuries. 3-4. 312-590. 5. 590-814. 6. 814-1073. 
7-8. 1073-1294. 9-10. To the beginning of the reformation. 

- Townsend (G. ) Ecclesiastical and civil history to [a.d. 1384] 

philosophically considered. 1847. 2 v. - - - - 27035-6 

- Tylor (C.) and Hargrave (G.) Pictures of church history, ill. 28101 

" From the close of the New Testament to the death of Bede." 

- Waddington (G.) A history of the church to [1517]. 1833. - 27037 

- See also Christianity. Martyrs. Reformation. 
Church law. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Reid (H. M. B.) A country parish. 1908. .... 25001 

"Studies in pastoral theology and church law." 
Church music. See Music, Church. 
Church of Scotland. Chambers (W.) Scottish Church to 1881. - 27505 

- Edgar (A. ) Old church life in Scotland. 1886. - - - 28502 

- Edmonds (C.) The early Scottish Church. 1906. bibl. - - 27504 

- In Irving (E.) Collected writings, v. 1. 1864. - - - 20801 

Historical view of the Church of Scotland before the reformation. Notes 
on the standards of the Church of Scotland. 

- McCrie (T.) Story of the Scottish Church [1529-1843]. - - 27509 

- McLeod (N. K. ) Churches of Buchan, and notes by the way. 1 899. 27506 

- Macpherson (H. C. ) Scotland's battles for spiritual indepen- 

dence. 1905. - - - " - - " - - 27512 

- Paton (R.) The Scottish Church in early times. 1884. - - 27503 
Story (R. H.) Apostolic ministry in Scottish Church. 1897.- 27501 

- See also Covenanters. Culdees. 

Church of Scotland, Episcopal. Skinner (J.) Annals of Scottish 

Episcopacy from 1788-1816. 1818. 28304 

Church of Scotland, Free Church. Blaikie (W. G.) After fifty 

years [1843]-93. 1893. 28505 

- De Quincey (T. ) Secession from the Church of Scotland. In 

his Collected writings, v. 14. 1897. .... 82802 

- Moncrieff (Sir H. W.) The Free Church principle, its char- 

acter and history. 1883. - - - - - - - 28504 

- Ryley (G. B.) and McCandlish (J. M.) Scotland's Free Church. 

1893. 4°. ill. 28507 

- Walker (N. L. ) Chapters from the history of the Free Church. 28503 
Church of Scotland, Relief. Struthers (G.) History of the rise, 

progress, and principles of the Relief Church. 1843. - 28506 
Church of Scotland, United Presbyterian. Tait (J.) Two cen- 
turies of Border church life. 1889. ill. - - - - 28508 
Church polity. Milton (J.) The reason of church government 

urged against prelaty. In his Prose works, v. 2. - - 82831 

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Church polity. See also Parish clerk. Priesthood. 

Churchill (Chaklks) Poetical works ; ed. by W. Tooke. 2 v. 701-2C 

Churchill, Lord Randolph H. S. Rosebery (Earl of) Churchill 

[a biography]. 1906. C241 

Churchill (Winston) Coniston. 47C3 

- The crisis. 2 copies. 47 CI 

- The crossing. 47 C 4 

- Richard Carvel. 2 copies. 47 C 2 

Churchill (Winston L. S.) Malakand Field Force. 1899. maps. 94801 

- Savrola, a tale. 48 CI 

Churchill, Winston L. S. Paul (H. W.) Churchill's "Life of 

Lord Randolph Churchill." In his Stray leaves. 1906.- E2P1 

Chute ; par V. Hugo ; with notes. 1904. 44826 

Cicero. Pro Balbo ; with notes, mem. 47814 

- Stories of Roman history [Latin text] ; notes. 1902. ill. maps. 47806 

- Orations ; trans, by C. D. Yonge. 1902-7. 4 v. - - - 87503-6 

- On oratory and orators ; trans, by J. S. Watson. 1896. - 87501 
Cicero. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 6. 1897. - 90401 
Cigarette-maker's romance ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - 113 C 18 

Cinderella, a novel ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 3 

Cities. In Harrison (F.) The meaning of history [etc.] 1903. - 90404 

The city, ancient, mediaeval, modern, ideal. 

- Howe (F. C.) British city, beginnings of democracy. 1907. - 35204 

- Kingsley (C.) Great cities and their influence for good and 

evil. In h is Sanitary and social lectures. 1889. - - E1K1 
Citizenship. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Political science. 

- MacCunn (J. ) Ethics of citizenship. 1907. - 17201 

- Moulton (W. F.) and others. The citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30403 

The call and credentials of social Christianity; by H. Bisseker. 
Christianity and socialism ; by F. Ballard. The citizen and unemployment ; 
by G. W. Mc Arthur. The housing of the citizen ; by A. P. Grubb. [Etc.] 

- Newland (H. O.) The model citizen, ill. .... 35401 

"A simple exposition of civic rights and duties, and a descriptive 
account of British institutions, local, national, and imperial.''' 

City Imperial Volunteers. Mackinnon (Sir W. H.) Journal of 

the C.I. V. in South Africa [1900]. 1901. ill. map. - 96403 

City of dreadful night, and other poems ; by J. Thomson. 1899. 103T 

Civil service. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

- Jones (A. J. L.) ed. Guide to employment in civil service. 1907. 35103 
Civilization. For lists of related subjects, see History. Sociology. 

- Adams (B.) The law of civilization and decay. 1898. - - 90306 

- Anderson (R. E.) Extinct civilizations of the east, maps. - 90301 
Extinct civilizations of the west. 1903. ill. - - - 90302 

- Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization in England [France, 

Spain, and Scotland]. 1903. 3 v. bibl. ' 90303-5 

- Carpenter (E.) Civilisation, its cause and cure. 1903. - - 30402 

- Forrest (J. D.) Development of western civilization. 1907. - 30105 

"A study in ethical, economic, and political evolution." 

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CIV GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Civilization. Kingsley (C.) Ancient civilisation. In his Lec- 
tures. 1902. 90411 

- Maurice (F. D.) Christian civilization. In his Friendship of 

books, and other lectures. 1904. - E6M1 

- Seignobos (C.) Ancient civilization [to a. d. 400]. 1907. bibl. 90307 

History of mediaeval civilization [a.d. 9-1700]. 1908. bibl. 90308 

History of contemporary civilization [1701-1906]. bibl. - 90310 

- Taylor (I.) Ultimate civilization, and other essays. 1860. - E1T1 
Clapham Sect. In Stephen (Sir J.) Essays, v. 2. 1907. - - 99805 
Clapperton (Jake H.) A vision of the future. 1904. - - 30405 
Clara in blunderland ; by Caroline Lewis. 1903. ill. - - 82715 

A political satire. 

Clara Vaughan [a novel] ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - 120 B 5 

Clare (Austin) The tideway, a novel. 51C1 

Clarendon (Edward Hyde, Earl of) Characters and episodes 

of the great rebellion ; ed. by G. D. Boyle. 1889. - - 91303 

Clark (Alexander) The polarity of matter. 1907. ill.- • 53010 

Clark (C. E.) ed. Mistakes we make. 1898. .... 42803 

- More mistakes we make. 42804 

Clark (Francis E,) The continent of opportunity, South 

American republics. 1907. ill. map. .... 97801 

Clark (Scotson) First steps in organ playing. 4°. - - - 78609 

Clark (W. J.) International language. 1907.- - - - 40806 

Clarke (Sir Edward) Easy shorthand. 1907. - - - 65301 

Clarke (Eliza) Susanna Wesley [a biography]. - - - W251 

Clarke (George H.) and Murray (C. J.) A grammar, German. 43804 

Clarke (Henry B.) Modern Spain, 1815-98. 1906. num. map. 93413 
Clarke (J. W.) Practical science for plumbers, etc. 1903. ill. 69602 

Clarke (John H.) Homoeopathy explained. 1905. - - - 61504 

Clarke (William) Writings. 1908. mem. port. - - - E5C1 

The industrial basis of socialism. The limits of collectivism. The 
future of the Canadian Dominion. Bismarck. [Etc.] 

Classics. See Humanism. 

Clay, Henry, Life of ; by C. Schurz. 1887. 2 v. - - C351-2 

Cleaning. Farrell (F. J.) Dyeing and cleaning. 1908. bibl. ill. 66701 

Clear (Claudius). See Xicoll (William R.) 

Cleg Kelly, arab of the city ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - 118 C 23 

Cleland (James) The High School of Glasgow. 1878. mem. - 92304 

Clemency Frankly n ; by A. Keary. - - - - - 5K2 

Clement, Joseph. In Smiles (S.) Industrial biography. 1901.- 99716 

Clemesha (Hy. W.) Preston and its Gild Merchant. In Essays. 90409 

Cleopatra [a romance] ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H9 

Cleopatra, Trauerspiel ; von D. C. von Lohenstein. - - - 83110 

Cleve Hall [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S2 

Clifford (John) Ultimate problems of Christianity. 1906. - 23002 

Clifford (Wm. K.) Common sense of exact sciences. 1904. ill. 51001 

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Clifton. Descriptive guide to Clifton, Bristol [etc.] ill. - - 91739 
Climate. For related subjects, see Weather. 

- Proctor (R. A.) Climate of Gt. Britain. In his Light science. 50413 

- Wallace (A. R.) Island life, geological climates. 1895. ill. - 59111 
Clinton (W. C.) Electric wiring, a primer. 1906. ill. - - 62412 
Clippings. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Ebersol (C. E.) Clippings, the system and index. 1907. - 02904 
Clive, Robert, Lord. Adam (F.) and Wilkinson (H. S.) Clive. 

In From Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. port, plans. - 99610 

- In Griffith (G.) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. ill. 99607 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. E1M1 

Clock of nature [sermons] ; by H. Macmillan. 1907. - - 25220 
Clocks and watches. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-4. ill. - - - 60306-9 

- Cunynghame (H. H.) Time and clocks. 1906. ill. - - 52901 

"Ancient and modern methods of measuring time." 

- Grimthorpe (Lord) Clocks, watches, and bells. 1903. ill. - 68101 
Clodd (Edward) Grant Allen, a memoir. 1900. - - - A 011 

- The story of creation. 1896. ill. 57512 

- The story of " primitive " man. 1905. ill. - 57101 

- The story of the alphabet, ill. 41101 

Cloister and the hearth, a tale ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 8 
Clootz, Jean B. Bax (E. B. ) The orator of the human race. In 

his Outlooks from the new standpoint. 1903. - - - 33511 

Closeburn, historic and traditional ; by R M. F. Watson. 1901. 92010 
Clouds. For related subjects, see Weather. 

- In Bullen (F. T.) Our heritage the sea. 1906. - - - 55108 

- In Tyndall (J.) The forms of water. 1899. ill. - - - 55112 
Clough (Arthur H.) Selections from [his] poems. 1904. port. 1001 C 
Clough, Arthur H. Brooke (S. A.) A study of Clough [etc.] 1908. 82420 
Clouston (J. S.) The adventures of M. d' Haricot. - - - 132 C 2 

- Count Bunker [a sequel to the above]. 132 C 4 

- The duke. 132C3 

- Garmiscath. 132C1 

Clove Hitch. A handbook on sailing. 1904. ill. - - - 79713 

Clubs. In Emerson (R. W.) Society and solitude. 1895. - E1E7 
Clutterbuck (W. J.) joint-author. See Lees (J. A.) 

Clyde. Gillespie (R.) Glasgow and the Clyde. 1876. - - 92302 

- Macdonald (H.) Days at the coast, Firth of Clyde, map. - 91901 

- Millar ( W. J. ) The Clyde from its source to the sea, 1888. ill. 92311 

- Williamson (J.) The Clyde passenger steamer. 1812-1901. ill. 65601 
Coach-building. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. 60310-1 
Coaching. De Quincey (T. ) English mail-coach. In his Writings. 82801 
Coal. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- Coal-mining. In Cassell's technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. 60310-1 

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- Proctor (R. A.) Britain's coal cellars. In his Light science. - 50412 

- Tonge (J.) Coal. 1907. ill. 55302 

Coat of many colours, Honoria's letters. 1905. ill. - - - 82803 
Coats (Jervis) The Master's watchword [Christianity]. 1897. 23007 
Cobb (Thomas) The dissemblers. 65 CI 

- The head of the household. - - - - - 65 C 2 

- Severance, a novel. - - - - - - - - 65 C 3 

Cobbett (Wm.) Advice to young men and young women, mem. 17016 

- English grammar. 1906. ...... 

Cobbett, Wm. In Bulwer (Sir H. L. ) Historical characters. 

- Carlyle (E. I.) Cobbett, his life. 1904. ill. - 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature. 
Cobden, Richard. Morley (Viscount) Life of Cobden. 1905. 

- In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1907. - 
Cochrane (Chas. H.) Modern industrial progress. 1904. 
Cock Lane and common-sense [Spiritualism] ; by A. Lang. 
Cockton (Henry) Sylvester Sound, the somnambulist. 

- Valentine Vox, the ventriloquist. ..... 

Cohen (Julius B. ) Organic chemistry, advanced. 1907. - 
Coillard, Francois and Christina. Mackintosh (C. W.) Coillard 

of the Zambesi. 1907. port, ill. map. - C121 

Coincidence. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Headlam (C. ) The short cut of coincidence. In his Friends 

that fail not, essays. 1902. E8H1 

- Keade (C.) Doctrine of coincidences. In his Readiana. - 82809 
Coins and medals. For lists of related subjects, see Money. Sculpture. 

- Addison (J.) Dialogues upon ancient medals. In his Works. E1A2 

- Avebury (Lord) History of coins and currency. 1903. ill. - 33211 

- Macdonald (G.) Coin types, origin and development. 1905. ill. 73702 

- Rawlings (G. B.) The story of the British coinage. 1901. ill. 33201 

- Robertson (J. D.) Coinage of Scotland [1107-1714]. 1878. ill. 73701 

- Temple (Sir R. C.) Anthropology, evolution of currency and 

coinage. In Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - 50702 

Coit (Stanton) Neighbourhood guilds. 1892. - - - 36701 

Coke (Desmond F. T.) The comedy of age. .... 141C1 

Coke (Henry J.) Tracks of a rolling stone. 1905. port.- - Clll 

Coke, Lady Mary. Dobson (H. A.) Lady Mary Coke. In Vignettes. E3D2 

Colasterion ; by J. Milton. In his Prose works, v. 3. - - 82832 

Colebrooke, Henry T. In Muller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1898. E2M2 

Coleman (T. E.) Approximate estimates. 1907. - - 69201 

Coleridge (Christabel R. ) The winds of Cathrigg. - - - 69C1 

Coleridge (Mary E.) The shadow on the wall, a romance. - 131C1 
Coleridge (Samuel T.) Aids to reflection. Confessions of an 

inquiring spirit. Essays. 24202 

- Lectures on Shakspere, and other English poets. - - - 82507 

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Coleridge (Samuel T.) Poetical works ; eel. by T. Ashe. 1890. 

'2 v. biM. mem. port. ....... 501-2C 

Coleridge, Samuel T. In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. - E4C1 

- In De Quincey (T. ) Collected writings, v. 2, 5. 

2. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, D062. 5. Coleridge and opium-eating, 99903. 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. - - E6S3 

Coleridge family. Coleridge (Lord) The story of a Devonshire 

house. 1905. port. ill. ------- C331 

Coles (Arthur) Secretary to a joint-stock company. In Pitman's 

Secretary's handbook. 1908. - 65803 

Collaboration [a story] ; by H. James. 7J9 

Collar (George) A new algebra. 1907. 51204 

Collectivism. See Socialism. 

College magazine ; by R. L. Stevenson. In his Memories. 1906. E5S4 

Colles (Wm. M. ) and Hardy (H. ) Playright and copyright. 1906. 65504 

Collier (John) A manual of oil painting. 1886. - - - 75102 

Collingwood (W. G.) The life of John Ruskin. 1905. - - R046 

Collins (A. F.) Manual of wireless telegraphy. 1906. ill. - 65407 

Collins (John C.) Essays and studies. 1895. - - - - El CI 

Dryden. The predecessors of Shakspeare. Chesterfield's Letters. 
The Porson of Shakspearian criticism [Theobald]. Menander. 

- Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Rousseau in England. 1908. ill. 99929 
Collins (William) Poetical works ; ed. by W. M. Thomas, mem. 401 C 
Collins (William Wilkie) My miscellanies. 1899. - - 82840 

Sketches of character. Social grievances. Nooks and corners of 
history. Fragments of personal experience. Curiosities of literature. 
Cases worth, looking at. Literature and art. 

- After dark. 74C2 

- Armadale. 74C9 

- The haunted hotel. - - - - - - - - - 74 C 11 

- Hide and seek. 74C3 

'I say no.' 74C13 

- Jezebel's daughter. 74C12 

- The law and the lady. 74C4 

- Man and wife, a novel. 74 C 5 

- Miss or Mrs.? and other stories. 74 C 6 

- The moonstone, a romance. ------- 74C7 

- No name. 74C10 

- Poor Miss Finch, a domestic story. 74 C 8 

- The woman in white. 74 CI 

- joint-author. See Dickens (Charles). 

Collins, W. W. In Melville (L.) Victorian novelists. 1906. port. 82604 

Colman, Geo. Dobson(H. A.) "Polly Honeycombe." In Vignettes. E3D3 
Colomb (Philip H.) A dm. St. Vincent; Nelson. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. - - - - - - 99609 

Colomba ; par P. Merimee ; with notes. 1905.- - - - 44821 

Colonel Enderby's wife ; by Lucas Malet. 36M1 

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Colonel Quaritch, V.C., a tale; by H. Rider Haggard. - - 3H7 

Colonies, British. Beer (G. L.) British colonial policy, 1754-65. 32503 

- Browne (J. H. B. ) Our colonial Empire. In his Essays, v. 2. 1907. F6B2 

- Froude(J. A.) England and her colonies; England's war. In 

his Short studies, v. 2. 1903.- E1F2 

Oceana, or, England and her colonies. 1907. ill. ■ - 32502 

- See also Darien Company. 
Colossians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 
Colour. For list of related subjects, see Light. 

- Brush work and colour study, col. ill. - - 74102 

- In Goethe (J. W. von) Sammtliche Werke. v. 6. - - - 83834 

Zur Farbenlehre. Materialien zur Geschichte der Farbenlehre. 

- Rood (O. X.) Colour, with applications. 1890. ill. - - 53504 
Colour-blindness. Green (F. W. E. ) Colour-blindness and colour- 
perception. 1891. col. ill. 61701 

Colqchoux (Archibald R.) The Africander land. 1906. maps. 96306 
Colston (James) Edinburgh and district water supply. 1890. - 92012 
Columbus, Christopher. Irving (\V.) Life and voyages of Chris- 
topher Columbus. 1850. 2 v. port. .... C 032-3 

- Young (A. B. F. ) Columbus and the new world of his discovery, 

a narrative. 1906. 2 v. hihl. port. ill. maps. - - C034-5 

Combe, Andrew. In Brown (J. ) Horse subsecivse, v. I. 1897.- E1B2 
Comedie humaine, Cinq scenes de la ; par H. de Balzac ; with notes. 44825 

Comedy of age ; by D. F. T. Coke. 141 CI 

Comets. Proctor (R. A.) The two comets of the year 1868. In 

his Light science for leisure hours, v. 2. - - - - 50413 
Comic operas. See Music, Musical comedies. 

Comin' thro' the rye ; by H. Mathers. 64M2 

Coming of Chloe ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - 104H7 

Coming of the preachers, a tale ; by John Ack worth. - - 63 A 1 

Coming race ; by Lord Lytton. - - - - - - 73 L 8 

Commandments. For list of other Biblical subjects, sec Bible. 

- In Balfour (F. H.) The higher agnosticism. 1907. - - 21107 

- Dale (R. W.) The ten commandments [studies]. 1903.- - 22315 

- Jackson (G.) The ten commandments [sermons]. 1898.- - 22302 
Comments of Bagshot ; by J. A. Spender. 1908. - - - 82848 
Commerce. For lists of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. Sociology. 

- Avebury (Lord) British commerce. In his Essays. 1903. - E2A2 

- Bowley (A. L.) England's foreign trade, 19th century. 1893. 38201 

- British commerce. In CasselFs New popular educator, v. 7-8. 03209-10 

- Bullen (F. T.) Ocean, the universal highway. In his Our 

heritage the sea. 1906. - 55108 

- Chapman (S. J.) The history of trade between the United 

Kingdom and the United States. 1899. - 33703 

- Davidson (J.) Commercial federation and colonial trade policy. 38202 

- Evans (D. M.) Facts, failures, and frauds, revelations. 1859. 03212 

- Hyndman (H. M. ) Commercial crises of the nineteenth century. 33206 

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Commerce. See also Business. Fur-trading. Handwriting-. Postage 
stamps. Transportation. Wheat. 

Commercial correspondence. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- In CasselFs New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1906. - - 03209-10 

•• French, German, English." 

- Monte verde (R. D.) Pitman's Commercial correspondence in 

Spanish. 1907. 65004 

- Pitman's Dictionary of commercial correspondence in English, 

French, German, Spanish, and Italian. 1907. - - 65002 

- See also Letter -writing. Shorthand. 

Commercial geography. For list of related subjects, see Geography. 

- Freeman (W. G.) and others. The world's commercial pro- 

ducts. 1907. col. ill. maps. 90604 

- Gannett (H.) and others. Commercial geography. 1905. ill. 90607 

- Slater (J. A.) The world's commercial products. - - - 90606 
Commercial law. For list of related subjects, see Law. 

- Emery (G. F.) Laws relating to foreigners and foreign cor- 

porations. 1908. 34708 

- Tillyard (F.) An introduction to commercial law. 1907. - 34703 

- See also Arbitration. Conveyancing. Joint- stock companies. 
Commons, House of. For related subjects, see Parliament. 

- Toynbee (W. ) The government; The opposition. In his 

Vignettes of the regency. 1907. ----- 91419 

- White (W.) Inner life of the House of Commons. 1904. 2v. 32809-10 
Commonwealths. F^or list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Bacon (F.) New Atlantis. In his Works, v. 3. - - - 19208 

- Kaufmann (M.) Utopias, schemes of social improvement. - 32105 

Fourier and the Phalanstere. Robert Owen and English socialism. 
Cabet — " Voyage to Icaria." Lassalie and German socialism. Lassalle and 
the German social democracy. Karl Marx and the International. [Etc.] 

- Milton (J. ) The ready and easy way to establish a free common- 

wealth. In his Prose works, v. 2. 82831 

- More (Sir T.) Utopia [an imaginary ideal commonwealth]. - 32008 

- Plato. The republic. 88824 

Communion. See Lord's Supper. 

Communism. Nordhoff (C.) The communistic societies of the 

United States. 1875. bibl. ill. map. - 33519 

The Amana Society. The Harmonists at Economy. The Shakers. 
The Oneida and Wallingford Perfectionists. The Aurora and Bethel 
Communes. [Etc.] 

Comodie von der bosen Catharine ; von C. Weise. - - - 83112 

Companions in the Sierra ; by C. Rudy. 82 Rl 

Compensation. In Emerson (R. W. ) Essays, v. 1. - - - E1E1 

Composers. See Musicians. 

Composition. See Language, English. Music. 

Compromise. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Morley (Viscount) On compromise. 1898. - 17108 
Compromises [essays]; by A. Repplier. 1904. - - - - E4R1 

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Compton (Herbert E. ) The inimitable Mrs. Massingham - 75C2 

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- ed. Twentieth-century dog. 1904. 2 v. ill. - - - 63607-8 

Comrades two ; by E. Fremantle. 57F1 

Comte (Auguste) Positive philosophy. 1896. 3 v. bill. mem. 19401-3 

Comte, Auguste. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 3. - E5M4 
Concentration. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Miles (E. H.) The power of concentration. 1907.- - - 13105 
Concerning Isabel Carnaby [a novel] ; by E. T. Fowler. - - 45F4 
Concord. In Emerson (R. W.) Miscellanies. 1898.- - - E1E10 
Concrete. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Marsh (C. F.) and Dunn (W.) Reinforced concrete and con- 

crete block construction. 1908. ill. .... 69102 

Conde (Jose A.) The Arabs in Spain [711-1492]. 1854-1900. 3v. 93416-8 

Coxder (C. R.) Critics and the law [Pentateuch]. 1907.- - 22308 
Condescension in foreigners; by J. R. Lowell. In his My study 

windows. E3L1 

Condorcet (Marquis de) The life of Turgot. 1787. - - T141 
Condorcet. Marquis de. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 2. E5M3 

- In Tallentyre (S. G-.) The friends of Voltaire. 1906. port. - 99507 
Conduct of life. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893. - - - E2A3 
-- The use of life. 1904. - E2A1 

- Bell (Lady) The minor moralist. 1903. 17017 

The better teaching of manners. Some difficulties incidental to middle 
agre. The relation between mothers and daughters. "Si jeimesse voulait/' 
Thrift and certain proverbs regarding it. The lot of the servant. 

- Butler (S.) Essays on life, art, and science. 1908. - - E10B1 

- Carpenter (E.) Simplification of life. In his England's ideal. 30401 

- Cobbett (W.) Advice to young men and young women. - - 17016 

- Emerson (R. W.) The conduct of life. 1902.- - - - 17006 

- - Nominalist and realist. In Ids Essays, v. 2. - - - E1E2 
Self-reliance; Spiritual laws. In his Essays, v. 1. - - E1E1 

- Hammerton (J. A. ) A young man's mind. .... 17003 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1-2. 1894-1900. -E6H1-2 

1. The art of living. 2. The miseries of human life. Life not so 
miserable after all. 

- Jordan (W. G.) Great truths. - - 17011 

- Meyer (F. B.) Friendly counsels. 1901. .... 17012 

- Ruskin (J.) The mystery of life. In his Sesame and lilies. - 82861 

- Smiles (S.) Life and labour. 1902. 17019 

- - Self-help, conduct and perseverance. 1906. ill. - - 37402 

- Blatchford (R.) Smiles and Self-help. In his Book about books. E5B1 

- Thayer (\V. M.) Tact, push, and principle. 1904. - - 17404 

- Thoreau (H. D.) Life without principle. In his Anti-slavery 

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Conduct of life. Tolstoy (Count) On life. 1902. - . . 17105 

- See also Experience. 

Confectionery. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

*• Manders (B.) Simple confectionery. 1908. - 

Confessio amantis [a poem] ; by J. Gower. 

Confessio medici ; by [S. Paget]. 1908. - 

Confessions of an English opium-eater ; by T. De Quincey. 

Confessions of an inquiring spirit ; by S. T. Coleridge. 

Confessions of faith. See Creeds. 

Confessions of Harry Lorrequer ; by C. Lever. - 

Confidence [a novel] ; by H. James. 

Conflict ; by M. E. Braddon. 

Confucianism. In Legge (J.) The religions of China. 1880. - 
Congo Free State. Boulger (D. C.) Congo State. 1898. ill map. 

- Burrows (G.) The curse of central Africa. 1903. ill. map. - 

E. Cam^ius." WhiCl1 iS iucor P orafced ' A campaign amongst cannibals 

- Davis (R. H.) The Congo and coasts of Africa. 1908. ill. - 

- Twain (Mark) King Leopold's soliloquy. 1907. ill. - 

"A [satirical] defence of his Congo rule." 

Congregationalists. Shakespeare (J. H.) Baptist and Congre- 
gational pioneers. 1905. - - - . . 
Congreve, William. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 3. - 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - 
Conic sections. For related subjects, see Geometry. 

- Puckle (G. H.) Elementary conic sections. 1903.- 
Coningsby ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. 2 copies. - 
Coniston [a novel] ; by W. Churchill. ..... 

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;- Stanyon(E.) Magic. 1906. ill. 

Conn (Herbert W.) Practical dairy bacteriology. 1907. ill. - 

- The story of germ life, bacteria. 1901. ill. - 

- The story of life's mechanism. 1901. ill. - 
^oxnor (Ralph) The doctor of Crow's Nest. - 

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- The pilot at Swan, Creek. 

■ The prospector, a tale of the Crow's Nest Pass. 

• The sky pilot, a tale of the foothills. 2 copies. - 

Conquering will ; by S. K. Hocking. - - - 

Conqueror ; by G. F. Atherton. - ' - 

Conrad (Joseph) Tales of unrest. 2 copies. - 

and Hueffer (F. M.) The inheritors, a story. 
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In Jowett (B.) Interpretation of Scripture, and other essays. 
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- Kebbel (T. E.) Lord Beaconsfield, and other Tory memories. 32903 
Conspirators ; by A. Dumas. - - - - - - - 58 D 11 

Constantine the Great [Life of] ; by J. B. Firth. 1905. port. ill. C071 

Constantine Dix, Memoirs of ; by B. Pain. - - - - 3 PI 

Constantinople. In Harrison (F.) Meaning of history [etc.] - 90404 

Constantinople as an historic city. The problem of Constantinople. 

Constitution. See Great Britain, Constitution. 
Consumption. For list of related subjects, see Disease. 

- Latham (A.) The treatment of consumption. 1907. ill. - 61605 

- Tyndall(J.) The origin, propagation, and prevention of phthisis. 

In his New fragments. 1905. 50411 

Contarini Fleming, a romance ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - 31 B 6 

Contes bleus ; par E. Laboulaye ; with notes. 1900. - - 44829 

Contes de fees ; par C. Perrault and others ; with notes. 1904. 44832 

Continent of opportunity, S. American republics ; by F. E. Clark. 97801 
Continuous currents. See Electric currents. 

Contraband, or, a losing hazard; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - 79M19 

Conversation. Bell (Lady) Topics for conversation. 1907. - E12B1 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 10. - - - E2D1 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Talk and talkers. In his Memories. 1906. E5S4 
Conveyancing". For related subjects, see Commercial law. 

- Elphinstone (Sir H. W.) and others. Conveyancing. 1906. - 34707 
Convict ship ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - - - - 75 R 6 

Conway (Hugh) Called back. 2 copies. 82 CI 

- A family affair, a novel. 2 copies. - - - - - 82 C 2 

- Living or dead, a novel. 2 copies. 82 C 3 

Cox way (Moncure D.) Autobiography. 1904. 2 v. - - C211-2 

Cook (Duttox) Nights at the play [criticisms]. 1883. 2 v. - 79201-2 

Cook (James) Capt. Voyages of discovery. C 012 
Cook, J. , Capt. In Griffith (G. ) Men who have made the Empire, ill. 99607 

Cook (William) The chess players' compendium. 1907. - - 79405 

Cooke (Mordecai C.) Fungi, nature, influence, uses. 1894. ill. 58903 

- Introduction to fresh-water algae. 1902. ill.- - - - 58902 
Cookery. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- Brisse (Baron) 366 menus and 1200 recipes, in French and 

English. 1905. 64105 

- De Salis (Mrs. H. A.) Cooking recipes and menus. In her 

Housewife's referee. 1898. 64003 

- Maclean (Mrs. E. ) ed. British women's cookery book. - - 64101 

- Thompson (A. P.) Instruction in cookery. 1908. ill. - - 64103 

- See also Bread. Fruit. Grouse. Hare. Partridge. Pheasant. Pike. 

Rabbit. Salmon. Snipe. Vegetables. 

Coolidge (Emelyx L.) The mothers' manual. 1905. - - 64901 
Coomassie. See Kumassi. 

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COOPER (F.E.) Peterborough. In Cromwell to Wellington. 191)7.99610 
Cooper (Jambs) Confessions of faith, 1907. --•-■- 23805 

►PER (JAMES FbNIMORE) Afloat and ashore, a sea tnle. - 86C13 

- Miles Wallingford, a sequel to "Afloat and ashore." - - 86C7 

- The bravo, a tale. - - - 86C12 

- The headsman, a tale. 86 C 8 

- The Heidenmauer, a legend of the Rhine. - - - - 86 C 11 

- Leather-stocking series : 

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Pathfinder, 86 CI. 4. The pioneers, 86 C 2. 5. The prairie, 86 C 5. 2 copies. 

- The spy, a tale of the neutral ground. 86 CIO 

- The two admirals. 86 C 9 

Cooper, James F. In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 81001 
Co-operation. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Harrison (F.) Industrial co-operation. In his Problems. - 30413 

- Holyoake (G. J.) The Rochdale pioneers, 1844-92. 1900. ill. 33403 
Self-help a hundred years ago. 1891. 33401 

- Pizzamiglio (L.) Distributing co-operative societies. 1891. - 33402 

- Webb (Mrs. B. ) Co-operative movement in Gt. Britain. 1904. 33404 

- See also Friendly societies. 

Coote, Sir E., Gen. Pratt (S. C.) Coote. In Cromwell to Wellington. 99610 

Copleston (Edward) Bp. Advice to a young reviewer. In 

Famous pamphlets. E8M1 

Copyright. For lists of related subjects, see Books. Law. 

- Colles (W. M. ) and Hardy (H. ) Playright and copyright. 1906. 65504 
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- Darwin (C ) Structure and distribution of coral reefs, ill. - 55120 
Corbett(J. S.) Capture of private property at sea. 7?i War. 1907.17203 
Corbett (Joseph) and others. The reformers [biographies]. 1885. 99812 
Cordova, a city of the Moors ; by A. F. Calvert and W. M. Gallichan. 93427 
Corelli (Marie) ' Ardath,' the story of a dead self. - - 89 CI 

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- Boy, a sketch. 89 C 2 

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- God's good man, a simple love story. 89C15 

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- The soul of Lilith. - - 89 C 12 

- " Temporal power," a study in supremacy. - - - 89 C 4 

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Corinne, ou, l'ltalie ; par Madame de Stael. .... 104S1 

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of the great Earl of Cork. 1904. port. ill. - - - C061 

Corkrax (Henriette) Round our square. .... 140C1 

Corleone ; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C 3 

A sequel to " Don Orsino," 113 C 23. 

Corn of heaven [sermons] ; by H. Macmillan. 1901. - - - 25202 

Corneille, Pierre. In Merlet(G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes, v. 1. 84001 

Cornford (Leslie C.) The last buccaneer. - - - 91 CI 

- Northborough Cross. - - - - - - - 91 C 2 

Cornish (Charles J.) Animal artisans, and other studies of 

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Cornwall. Hind (C L.) Days in Cornwall. 1907. col. ill. - 91717 
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Corsica. D'Este (M.) Through Corsica with a camera. 1905. map. 93708 

Corunna. In Fitchett (W. H.) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. 91411 
Cory. Wm. Paul(H. W.) Author of "Ionica. ' In his Stray leaves. E2 PI 

Cosh (T. R.) Ethical teaching of Carlyle in " Sartor resartus/'- 82707 
Costume. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Mclan (R. R.) Costumes of the clans of Scotland; [text] by 

J. Logan. 1899. col. ill. 92204 

- Planche (J. R.) History of British costume [to 1800]. ill. - 39102 

- Rhead (G. W.) Chats on costume. 1906. ill. - - - 39101 

- See also Toilet. 

Cotes (Everard) Signs and portents in the far east. 1907. - 94301 

Cotswolds. Duckworth (F.) The Cotswolds. 1908. bibl. col. ill. 91730 
Cottages. Duncan (J. H. E. ) Country cottages and week-end 

homes. 1906. 4°. ill. 72801 

- Morris (G. L.) and Wood (E.) The country cottage. 1906. ill. 72802 
Cotton (F. H. G. P.) In unknown Africa. 1904. ill. maps. - 96103 
Cotton. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Textiles. 

- Cotton spinning. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 1-4. ill. 60306-9 

- Wilkinson (F.) The story of the cotton plant, ill. - - 63301 
Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 1896. - E3C1 

Chaucer. "The passionate pilgrim." Shakespeare's lyrics. Scott and 
Burns. R. L. Stevenson. J. Davidson. Mrs. M. L. Woods. [Etc.] 

- Historical tales from Shakespeare. 1905. ill. - - - 82509 

- The astonishing history of Troy Town. - - - - 97 C 2 

- Hetty Wesley. 97 C 3 

- I saw three ships, and other tales. - : - - 97 C 5 



The haunted dragoon. A blue pantomime. 
Disenchantment of 'Lizabeth. 



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- The laird's luck, and other fireside tales. 

- Noughts and crosses, stories, studies, and sketches. 

- Old fires and profitable ghosts, stories. - 

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Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) The ship of stars. - - - 97C4 

- The splendid spur, adventures of John Marvel. - - - 97C1 

COULANGES (FUSTEL DE). See FUSTEL DE COULANGES (NlJMA D. ) 

Coulton (G. G.) A strong army in a free state [militia]. - - 35507 

Count Alarcos, a tragedy ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - 31 B 7 

Count Bunker, by J. 8. Clouston. 132 C 4 

A sequel to " The adventures of M. d'Haricot," 132C2. 

Count Hannibal, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 44W12 

Count of Monte Cristo ; by A. Dumas. 2 copies. - - - 58 D 3 

Count Robert of Paris ; by Sir W. Scott. 35S24 

Counterpoint. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Prout (E. ) Counterpoint, strict and free. 1890. mus. - - 78107 

Counterpoint, additional exercises. 1890. mus. - - 78108 

Double counterpoint and canon. 1891. mus. - - - 78109 

Countess de Charny ; by A. Dumas. 58D14 

" Sequel to ' Taking the Bastile,' " 58 D 9. 

Countess Eve ; by J. H. Shorthouse. 62 S 5 

Countess Tekla [a romance] ; by R. Barr. 2 copies. - - 19 Bl 
Countries of the King's award ; by Sir T. H. Holdich. 1904. ill. 98004 

The disputed boundary between Chile and Argentina. 
Country gentleman and his family ; by Mrs. M. O. W 
Country life. Gould (S. Baring) An old English home. 1898. 

- Milner (G.) Country pleasures, chronicle of a year. 1893. 
Country muse ; by N. Gale. 1895. v. 2. - 
Country parish, pastoral theology [etc.] ; by H. M. B. Reid. 1908. 25001 

Country sweetheart ; by D. Russell. 72R1 

County family, a novel ; by J. Payn. 18 P 8 

Courage. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- In Caird (E.) Lay sermons and addresses. 1907. - - - 25223 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Society and solitude. 1895. - - - E1E7 
Courier of fortune ; by A. W. Marchmont. - - - - 47 M 3 
Course of true love never did run smooth ; by C. Reade. - - 16 R 15 
Coursing. For related subjects, see Hunting". 

- Cox(H.) Coursing. 1901. ill. - 79907 

- See also Hare. 

Court Netherleigh, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 76W38 

Courtship of Morrice Buckler; by A. E. W. Mason. 2 copies.- 59M2 

Cousin Ned [a story] ; by L. M. Gray. 56G1 

Covenanters. Dodds (J. ) The fifty years' struggle of the Scottish 

covenanters, 1638-88. 1860. 27507 

- Pollok (R.) Tales of the covenanters. 1895. ill. - - - 27510 

- Thomson (J. H.) The martyr graves of Scotland, ill. - - 27514 
Covent Garden. Dobson (H. A. ) The tour of Covent Garden. In 

his Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 3. 1896.- - - E3D3 

Cowan (Samuel) The last days of Mary Stuart. 1907. ill. - M045 

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Cowen, Frederic H. In Willeby (C.) Masters of English music. 99701 
Cowley, Abraham. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 1. 1781. 99924 
Co wper (William) Poetical works; ed. by W. Benham. 1889. mem. 201 C 

Cowper, William. In Birrell (A.) Kes judicata. 1896. - - E4B3 

- Smith (G.) Cowper [his life and work]. 1902. - - - C391 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Cowper and Rousseau. In Hours in a library. E6S2 
Cox (Harding) and Lascelles (G.) Coursing and falconry, ill. 79907 
Cox's diary ; by W. M. Thackeray. 1905. ill. - - - 82836 
Crabbe, George. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. - 82107 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E6S2 
Cracknell (A. G.) joint-author. See Workman (W. P.) 

Cradock Nowell, a tale of the New Forest ; by R. D. Blackmore. 120 B 6 
Craigie (Mrs. Pearl M. T.) Life and to-morrow, selections, port. 82845 

- The dream and the business. 106 C 3 

- Love and the soul hunters. 106 CI 

- The school for saints. 106 C 5 

- Robert Orange, a sequel to " The school for saints." - - 106 C 4 

- The vineyard. 106 C 2 

Craigie ( W. A. ) The legend of the Fiann in the Highland bards. 

In The old Highlands. 1908. 92211 

Craik (Mrs. Dinah M.) A woman's thoughts about women. - 39608 

- A brave lady. 107C5 

- Christian's mistake. 107 C 6 

- Domestic stories. ... 107C12 

- The head of the family, a novel. - - 107 C 2 

- John Halifax, gentleman. 107 C 3 

- A life for a life. ... - 107C4 

- Mistress and maid. - ... - . 107C1 

- A noble life. - - 107 C 7 

- The Ogilvies, a novel. - - - 107 C 11 

- The woman's kingdom, a love story. 107C8 

- Young Mrs. Jardine. 107 C 9 

Cramer's New singing method. 4 v. fo. mus. - - - 78416-9 

- Pianoforte tutor, fo. 78617 

Crane (Stephen) Great battles of the world. 1901. ill. - - 90405 

Crane (Walter) An artist's reminiscences. 1907. port. ill. - C202 

- The decorative illustration of books. 1905. ill. - - - 09601 

- Queen summer, the tourney of the lily and the rose [a poem]. 801 C 

- [His] Work. 1898. col. ill. - - C201 

- and others. Arts and crafts, essays. 1899. ill. - - - 70404 
Cranford [a story]; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. .... 10GI 

Cranmer, Thomas, Archbp. Pollard (A. F.) Thomas Cranmer 

and the English reformation. 1904. bibl. port. ill. - - C081 

Crashaw (Richard) English poems. - -. - - - - 901 C 

Craufurd (Alex. H.) Recollections of James Martineau [etc.]- M141 

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Crawford (Francis Marion) Adam Johnstone's son. - - 113C2 

- Casa Braccio. 113 C 24 

- Cecilia, a story of modern Rome. 113 C 14 

- The children of the king, a tale. 113 C 22 

- A cigarette-maker's romance. ------- 113 C 18 

- Doctor Claudius, a true story. ------ 113 C 7 

- The heart of Rome, a tale of the * Lost water.' - - - 113CJ.5 

- In the palace of the king, a love story of old Madrid. - - 113 C 25 

- Katharine Lauderdale. 113 C 20 

- The Ralstons [a sequel to "Katharine Lauderdale"]. - - 113C11 

- Marietta, a maid of Venice. 113 C 5 

- Mr. Isaacs, a tale of modern India. ----- 113 C 9 
-PaulPatoff. - 113C21 

- A Roman singer. - - - 113 C 8 

- Saracinesca. 113 C16 

- Sant' Ilario [a sequel to " Saracinesca "]. - 113 C 4 

- Don Orsino [a sequel to " Sant' Ilario "]. - - - - 113C23 

- Corleone [a sequel to " Don Orsino "]. 113C3 

- Soprano, a portrait. 113 C 12 

- The primadonna, a sequel to 'Soprano.' - - - - 113 C 26 

- The diva's ruby, a sequel to 'Soprano' and 'Primadonna.' - 113 C 27 

- A tale of a lonely parish. - - - - - - - 113 C 17 

- Taquisara. 113 CIO 

- To leeward. 113 C 19 

- Whosoever shall offend. 113 C 13 

- Zoroaster. 113 C 6 

Crawford (J. L. ) Forth and Clyde ship canal in relation to the 

development of commerce, plans. ----- 92502 

Crayfish, study of zoology ; by T. H. Huxley. 1896. bill. ill. 59502 

Creasy (Sir Edward S.) Fifteen decisive battles. 1906. plans. 90407 

- The rise and progress of the English constitution. 1907. - 34211 
Creation. For lists of related subjects, see Bible. Biology. Theology. 

- Chambers (R.) Vestiges of the natural history of creation. - 21504 
Explanations, a sequel to [the above]. 1845. - - - 21505 

- Clodd (E.) The story of creation. 1896. ill. - - - 57512 

- In Godet (F.) Studies on the Old Testament. 1886. - - 22206 

- McCosh (J.) and Dickie (G.) Typical forms and special ends 

in creation. 1856. 21301 

Credit of the county; by W. E. Norris. - - - - 12 Nl 

Creed (Sibyl) The vicar of St. Luke's. 130 CI 

Creeds. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Cooper (J.) Confessions of faith, formulas of subscription. 1907. 23805 

- Denney (J.) and others. Questions of faith, the creed. - - 23801 

- Moffatt (J.) and others. Creed revision in Scotland. 1907. - 23806 

- Schaff (P.) Creeds and confessions of faith. In his Christ and 

Christianity. 1885. 23019 

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Creeds. Terapleton (J. S. ) A layman's mind on creed and 

church. 1906. - 23005 

- See also Athanasian creed. Westminster confession. 

Ckeichtox (John) Memoirs ; ed. by J. Swift. - 82841 

Creighton. Mandell. Bp. In Paul (H. W.) Stray leaves. 1906. E2P1 

Crepaz (Adele) The emancipation of women. 1893. - - 39603 

Crescent versus the cross ; by Halil Halid. 1907. - - - 29701 

Christianity and Mohammedanism compared. 
Crests. The book of family crests. 1882. 2 v. ill. - - 99922-3 

Crete. Burrows (R. M.) Discoveries in Crete. 1907. hihl. ill. map. 93906 

- Freese (J. H.)' A popular history of Crete. 1S97. bill. map. 93908 
Cricket. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Lyttelton (R. H.) Out-door games, cricket and golf. 1901. ill. 79615 

- Ranjitsinhji (K. S.) Jubilee book of cricket. 1898. ill. - 79711 

- Steel (A. G.) and others. Cricket. 3 904. ill. - - - 79709 
Crime. For list of other subjects in law, see Law. 

- Evans (D. M.) Facts, failures, and frauds, revelations. 1n">9. 03212 

- Morrison (W. D.) Crime and its causes. 1902. - - - 34301 

- Repplier (A.) Consecrated to crime. In her Compromises. - E4R1 

- See also Capital punishment. Murder. 

Crimea. KinglakefA. W.) TheinvasionoftheCrimea[1854-6]. 9v. 94006-14 
Criminals. Carpenter (E.) Defence of criminals. In his Civil- 
isation, its cause and cure, and other essays. 1903. - 30402 

Orippfl the carrier ; by R. D. Blackmore. 120B7 

Crisis [Hanoverian succession] ; by Sir R. Steele. In Pamphlets. E8M1 
Crisis [a novel] : by W. Churchill. 2 copies. - - - - 47 CI 

Crispi, Francesco [a biography] ; by W. J. Stillman. 1S99. port. C231 
Critical miscellanies ; by Viscount Morley. 1904-8. 4 v. -E5M2-5 

Criticism. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. 1908. .... E4C1 

- Couch (A. T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 189G. - - E3C1 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1-2. 1894-1900. -E6H1-2 

- Johnston (W. P.) Greek literary criticism [an] essay. 1907. - 88003 

- In Lessing (G. E.) Werke, v. 4,' 6-7. 

4. part 1. Recensionen und auderes aus Zeitschriften, 83806. 4, lart 2. 
Das Neueste aus dem Reiche des Witzes, 83807. 6-7. Recensionen, 83809-10. 

- Maurice (F. D. ) Critics. In his Friendship of books, and 

other lectures. 1904. E6M1 

- Watson (W.) Excursions in criticism. 1893.- - - - E3W1 

- Wilde (O.) The critic as artist. In his Intentions. 1908. - E4W1 
The rise of historical criticism. In At* Lord Arthur Savile'a 

crime, and other prose pieces. 1906. - - - - 96 Wl 
Riseof historical criticism [couch] In his Miscellanies. 1908. 82851 

- - Reviews. 1908. E4W2 

Critics and the law [Pentateuch]; by C. R. Conder. 1907. - 22308 

Ckoal (Thomas A.) Scottish loch scenery. 18S2. col. ill. - 91847 

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Crockett (Samuel R.) The Black Douglas. - - - - 118C14 

- Maid Margaret of Galloway [a sequel to "The Black Douglas"]. 118C30 

- Bog-myrtle and peat, tales chiefly of Galloway. - - - 118 C 15 

- The cherry ribband. 118 C 16 

- Cinderella, a novel. 118 C 3 

- Cleg Kelly, arab of the city. 118 C 23 

- Flovver-o'-the-corn. 118 C 21 

- The grey man. 118 C 11 

- lone March. 118 CIO 

- Joan of the sword hand. -------- H8C17 

- Kit Kennedy, countr} 7 boy. ------- H8C18 

- Lads' love. 2 copies. 118 C 4 

- The lilac sunbonnet. - 118 C 25 

- Little Anna Mark. - - - 118 C 8 

- Little Esson. H8C29 

- Lochinvar. - - - 118 C 19 

- The men of the moss-hags. ------- H8C7 

- The playactress. Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills. - - - 118 C 26 

- The raiders. 118 C 27 

- The dark o' the moon [a sequel to " The raiders"]. - - 118 C 13 

- The red axe. 118C9 

- The silver skull. - - - 118 C 20 

- The standard bearer. 118 C 24 

- The stickit minister, and some common men. 2 copies. - 118 C 6 

- The stickit minister's wooing, and other Galloway stories. 2 cop. 118 C 5 

- Sweetheart travellers. ------- - 118C22 

- Vida, or, the iron lord of Kirktown. 118 C 28 

- The white plumes of Navarre, a romance. - 118 C 12 
Crockett (William S.) Footsteps of Scott. 1908. col. ill. - S0310 
Crofters. MacKenzie (W.) A measg tuath na Gaidhealtachd. 

In The old Highlands. 1908. 92211 

Croker (Mrs. B. M.) Angel, a sketch. ----- H9C2 

- The happy valley. 119 CI 

Croll (James) Autobiographical sketch ; with memoir by J. C. 

Irons. 1896. bibl. port. C151 

- The philosophical basis of evolution. 1890. - 57514 

- Stellar evolution. 1889.- ------- 52315 

Cromb (James and David L.) The Highland Brigade. 1902. ill. 35602 
Cromie (R.) and Wilson (T. S.) Romance of poisons [stories]. 138C1 
Cromwell, Oliver. Carlyle (T. ) The hero as king ; Cromwell. 

In his Heroes, hero-worship. E2C4 

Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches. 5 v. port. - - C 052-6 

- In Griffith (G.) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. ill. 99607 

- King (C. ) and Wilkinson (H. S. ) Cromwell. In From Cromwell 

to Wellington. 1907. port. 99610 

- Morley (Viscount) Cromwell [a biography]. 1900. port. ill. C051 

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Cromwell, Oliver. Ross (P.) Scotland under Cromwell. In his 

Kingcraft in Scotland, and other essays. - - - - E3R1 

- [Sexby(E.)] Killing no murder. In Famous pamphlets. - E8M1 
Cronegk ( Johann F. von) Olint und Sophronia, ein Trauerspiel. 

In Lessings Jugendfreunde. mem. ----- 83202 

Crooked stick, or, Pollie's probation ; by Rolf Boldrewood. - 71 B4 

Cross (C. F.) and others. A system of paper testing. 1903. - 67601 

Crossing; by W. Churchill. 47 C 4 

Crowest (Frederick J.) The story of music. 1902. ill. - 78001 

Crown of wild olive, on industry and war ; by J. Ruskin. 1904. 30406 
Crozier ( John B. ) The wheel of wealth, political economy. 1906. 33010 

Crucifixion of Phillip Strong ; by C. M. Sheldon. - - - 56 SI 

Cruise of the Dazzler ; by Jack London. 51 L 7 

Cruise of the Shining Light [a story] ; by N. Duncan. - - 59 Dl 

Crusade of the ' Excelsior' ; by F. Bret Harte. - - - 32 H 5 
Crusades. Archer (T. A.) and Kingsford (C. L.) The crusades, 

theLatinKingdomofJerusalem[1096-1291]. 1899. ill. maps. 91002 
Crustacea. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Stebbing (T. R. R.) A history of Crustacea. 1893. ill.- - 59504 

- See also Crayfish. 

Crystal Palace, Opening of ; by J. Ruskin. In On the old road. 70406 
Crystallography. For list of related subjects, see Chemistry. 

- Ruskin (J.) Ethics of the dust, on crystallization. 1906. - 54901 
Culdees. Jamieson (J.) The ancient Culdees of Iona. 1890. - 27513 
Cullen (John) The book of the covenant, Deuteronomy. 1903. 22306 
Culture. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Black (H.) Culture and restraint. 1904. .... 37404 

- In Harrison (F.) Choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. - E3H1 

- Morley (Viscount) Popular culture. In his Miscellanies, v. 3. E5M4 

- See also Conversation. Debating. Self-culture. Study. 
Cumming (Alexander N.) Public-house reform. 1901. - - 17803 
Cumming (Constance F. G.) Granite crags [California]. 18S4. 97403 

- A lady's cruise in a French man-of-war [S. Seas]. 1882. 2 v. ill. 99206-7 

- Memories. 1904. port. ill. C131 

- Wanderings in China. 1886. 2 v. port. ill. map. - - 95114-5 
Cumming, John. Eliot (George) Evangelical teaching. In Essays. E2E1 
Cummings (William H.) Handel [a biography]. 1906. ill. - H141 
Cuniculus. The practical rabbit keeper, ill. - - - - 63610 
Cunningham (Allan) and Heaton (Mrs. C. ) British painters. 3 v. 99704-6 

- and Mackay (C.) eds. Ramsay, and the earlier poets of 

Scotland. Ancient ballads and songs, ill. - - - 82211 
Cunynghame (H. H. ) Time and clocks, measuring time. 1906. ill. 52901 

Cupid's garden [stories] ; by E. T. Fowler. .... 45F5 

Curate in charge; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant.- - - - 6010 
Curling. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Kerr (J. ) History of curling. 1890. bibl.ill. - - 79625 

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Currency. See Money. 
Currents. See Sea. 

Curse of Cowden ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 34 

Curtis (Charles E.) Practical forestry. 1908. - - - 63402 

Curtis (Wm. E.) Egypt, Burma, and British Malaysia. 1905. ill. 94303 

Curtiss (S. I.) Primitive Semitic religion to-day. 1902. ill. - 29901 

Curwen (John) The standard course in tonic sol-fa. 1900. mus. 78403 

Curzon (George N., Lord) Frontiers. 1907. - 90506 
Cushing (H. C.) joint-author. See Radcliffe (W. H.) 
Customs. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- McLennan (J. F.) The patriarchal theory. 1885. - - - 39202 

- See also Arms and armour. Christmas. Costume. Dining. Etiquette. 

Family. Folk-lore. Gypsies. Kingship. Urn-burial. 

Cutting-out. James (T.M.) Needlework and cutting-out. 1901. ill. 64602 
Cycling. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Albemarle (Earl of) and Hillier (G. L.) Cycling. 1901. ill.- 79614 
Cyrus, servant of the Lord; by C. Kingsley. In his Lectures. - 90411 
Czar's spy, a story of millions ; by W. Le Queux. - - - 36 LI 
Czerny (Carl) First instructor in pianoforte playing. 4°. - 78601 

D 

Dach (Simon) [Gedichte]. In Erste schlesische Schule, v. 2. - 83109 

Daft days; by Neil Munro. 124M7 

Dairy. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Conn (H. W.) Practical dairy bacteriology. 1907. ill.- - 63701 

- See also Milk. 

Daisy [a story] ; by S. Warner. 21 W 2 

A sequel to "Melbourne House," 21 W 5. 

Daisy in the field [a sequel to " Daisy "] ; by S. Warner. - - 21 W 3 

Daisy chain, or, aspirations ; by C. M. Yonge. - 5Y6 

Daisy Miller, a study ; by H. James. 7 J 11 

Dale (Edmund) National life and character in the mirror of 

early English literature. 1907. 82104 

Dale (Robert W.) The ten commandments [studies]. 1903. - 22315 
Dale (T. F.) joint-author. See Brown (J. M.) 

Dalefolk [a novel] ; by A. Rea. 81 Rl 

D'Alembert, Jean le R. In Tallentyre (S. G.) The friends of 

Voltaire. 1906. bibl. port. 99507 

Dalling (Lord). See Bttlwer (Sir Henry L., Lord Dalling). 

Dalmatia, land where east meets west ; by M. M. Holbach. 1908. ill. 92906 

Dalton, John, Memoirs of; by W. C. Henry. 1854. port. - D191 

Daly (John B.) The dawn of radicalism. 1892. - - - 32901 

Dalziel(G. and E.) Record of work, 1840-90. 1901. bibl. port. ill. D041 

Danbv (Frank) Pigs in clover. 15D1 

Dancing. For list of other amusements, see Amusements. 

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Dancing. Grove (Mrs. L.) and others. Dancing. 1895. ill. - 79303 

Danesbury House [a story]; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 76W13 

Daniel. See Bible. 

Daniel (W. H.) The military forces of the crown. 1901. map. 35506 

Daniel Deronda [a novel] ; by George Eliot. - - - 22 E 6 

Daniell (Alfred) The principles of physics. 1884. ill.- - 53011 

Danish language. See Language, Danish. 

Dante Alighieri. La divina commedia ; connote.- - - 502D 

- The vision; trans, by H. F. Cary. mem. port. - - - 501D 
Dante Alighieri. Carroll (J. S.) Exiles of eternity, Dante's 

Inferno. 1903. mem. 85101 

- Oliphant (Mrs. M. 0. W.) Dante [his life and work]. 1877. - D161 

- Pradeau (G. ) Key to time allusions in the Divine comedy. - 85102 

- Rossetti (M. F.) A shadow of Dante. 1896. port. ill. - - D162 

- Villani (G.) Chronicle; trans, by R. E. Selfe. 1906. port. - 93709 

;i Selections from the first nine books of the ' Croniche Florentine, "' as 
an aid to the study of Dante. 

D'Arcy (Charles F. ) A short study of ethics. 189"). - - 17018 

Dariel, a romance of Surrey ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - 120B1 
Darien Company. Barbour (J. S.) A history of William Paterson 

and the Darien Company. 1907. bibl. ill. maps. - - Pill 

Dark lantern, a story ; by E. Robins. 46R1 

Dark o' the moon; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 13 

A sequel to " The raiders," 118 C 27. 

Darkness and dawn, an historic tale ; by F. VY. Farrar. - - 6F5 

Darling (Isabella F.) Songs from silence. 1904. port. - 401D 

Darnley, or, the field of the cloth of gold ; by G. P. R. James. - 6J6 

Darroch (Alex.) Children, some educational problems. 1907. 37003 
Dartmoor Prison. Thomson(B.C) Story of Dartmoor Prison. 1907. 91723 

Darwin (Charles) Coral reefs, port. ill. maps. - - - 55120 

- The descent of man. 1881. ill. 57509 

- Life and letters ; ed. by F. Darwin. 1902. port.- - - D231 

- Origin of species by means of natural selection. 1901. pjort. 57508 

- Researches during the voyage of H. M.S. 'Beagle.' 1845. - 50801 
Darwinism. See Evolution. 

Dasent (Sir George W.) Popular tales from the Norse, port. 39814 

Dash for a throne ; by A. W. Marchmont. .... 47M2 

Daudet (Alphonse) Tartarin on the Alps. - - 8D1 

Daughter of Heth ; by W. Black. 62B14 

Daughter of the Marionis ; by E. Phillips Oppenheim. - - 11 Ol 

Daughter of the vine ; by G. F. Atherton. .... 55A3 

Daughter of to-day ; by S. J. Duncan. 60D1 

D'Avenant, Sir William. Disraeli (I.) D'Avenant and a club of 

wits. In his Quarrels of authors, v. 2. 1814.- - - 82843 

Davenport (Cyril) Jewellery. 1905. ill. - - - 73602 

David. Taylor (W. M.) David, King of Israel, his life. 1880. - 22304 

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David. Wild (J.) The story of David, its lessons. 1893. ill. - 22310 

David Copperrield ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. - - - - 30 D 14 

David Elginbrod ; by G. MacDonald. 10M1 

David Grieve, History of; by Mrs. H. Ward. - 13 W 5 

David Lyall's love story ; by David Lyall. 65 L 2 

Davidge(H. T.) and Hutchinson (R. W.) Electricity. 1907. ill. 62406 

Davids (T. W. R.) Buddhist India, 1903. ill. map. - - 94702 
Davidson (Gladys) Stories from the operas. 2 v. ill. - - 78201-2 

Davidson (John) Commercial federation and colonial trade policy. 38202 

Davidson (John) Holiday, and other poems. 1906. - - - 201 D 

Davidson, John. In Couch (A. T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. E3C1 
Davidson, John T., Reminiscences ; by his daughter. 1906. port. D211 

Davidson, Margaret M. In Irving (W.) Biographies. 1890. - 81803 

Davidson (Morrison) Scotland for the Scots. 1902. - - 91816 

Davidson, Thomas, Memorials of; ed. by W. A. Knight. 1907. D151 

Davies (A. E. ) Pitman's Business customs on the continent. - 65808 

Davies (Byron J. ) How to study and remember. - - - 15402 

Davies (C. J.) The kennel handbook. 1905. ill. - - - 63616 

Davis (J. R. A.) Thomas H. Huxley [a biography]. 1907. - E231 

Davis (Jeanette E.) The elements of dressmaking. 1906. ill. 64606 

Davis (Richard H.) The Congo and coasts of Africa. 1908. port. 95909 

- In the fog. 16D1 

Davis (W. J.) Bird and animal preserving. 1907. ill. - - 57901 

Dawe (William Carlton) The grand duke. .... 1SD1 

Dawn [a novel] ; by H. Rider Haggard. 3H17 

Dawson (Alec J.) Fortunes of Farthings [a novel]. - - 21 Dl 
Dawson, George. Wilson (W.) The life of Dawson. 1905. port. ill. D051 

Dawson (Sir John W.) Geological history of plants. 1888. ill. 56101 

Dawson (Mrs. Nelson) Enamels. 1906. ill. - 75101 

Dawson (William H.) Bismarck and state socialism. 1891. - 33508 

- German socialism and Ferdinand Lassalle. 1899. - - - 33503 

- The unearned increment. 33305 

Day (George) Metal work. 1906. ill. 73901 

Day (Lewis F. ) and Buckle (M. ) Art in needlework, embroidery. 74602 

Day book of Claudius Clear ; by W. R. Nicoll. 1905. - - E2N1 

Day of recompense ; by S. K. Hocking. 67H16 

Days at the coast, Firth of Clyde ; by H. Macdonald. maps. - 91901 

Days in clover [fishing, etc.] ; by E. Marston. 1892. ill. ' - 79904 

Days of auld lang syne ; by J. W'atson. 28 Wl 

Days of Bruce, a story ; by G. Aguilar. 12 A 2 

Days off, and other digressions ; by H. van Dyke. 1907. col. ill. El VI 

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Dear Lady Disdain [a novel] ; by J. McCarthy. - - 4M8 
Death. For list of related subjects, see Future state. 

- Bacon (F. ) History of life and death. In his Works, v. 5. - 19210 

- Lessing (G. E. ) Wie die Alten den Tod gebildet, In his Werke. 83813 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) Old mortality. In his Memories. 1906. - E5S4 

Death-dance; by E. Castle. 31 CI 

Death ship; by W. Clark Russell. 75 R 7 

DeBary (Richard) Spiritual return of Christ within the church, 

Christian theism. 1907. 21106 

Debating. For lists of related subjects, see Culture. Rhetoric. 

- Askew (J. B. ) Pros and cons, a debater's guide. 1906. bM. 37405 
Db Bertoucii (Barokbsb) Life of Father Ignatius. 1901 Hi.- 1031 
Debussy, Achille C. In Oilman (L. ) Music of to-morrow. 1907. 78010 
Decker, Thomas. See Dekker, Thomas. 

Decoration. For list of other branches of art, see Arts. Fine. 

- Glazier (R.) A manual of historic ornament. 1906. ill, - 74004 

- VulUamy(L.) Classic ornament from Greece and Borne, 1907* fo. 72901 

- See also Flowers. Furniture. House decoration. Illustration. 

Mural decoration. 

Deeds that won the Empire; by \\\ H. Fitchett. L906. UL plans. 91410 

Deemster [a story] ; by Hall ( aine. 5C6 

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- Jefferies (R.) Red deer. 1903. UL ... - 79936 

- Mackenzie (E. G.) Grouse shooting and deer stalking. 1907. 79934 

- Macpherson (H. A.) and others. Red deer. L896. UL - 79918 

Natural history, stalking, hunting, cookery of venil 

- Scrope (W.) Deer stalking in the Highlands. 1894. ft. - 79933 
Deerbrook, a novel ; by H. Martinean. - - - - - 58 Ml 
Deerslayer [Leather-stocking series, No. 1]; by J. F. Cooper. - 86C3 
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Defoe (Daniel) Shortest way with dissenters. In Pamphlets. E8M1 

- Robinson Crusoe. 2 copies. 25 Dl 

Defoe. Daniel. Minto (\V.) Defoe [his life and work]. 1902. - D241 

- Stephen (Sir L.) De Foe's novels. I ; Is Hours in a library. E6S1 

De Haven (Audrey) The scarlet cloak. 63 Dl 

Deism. Shelley (P. B. ) A refutation of deism. In h is Prose works. 82820 
Dekker, Thomas. Disraeli (I.) Jonson and Decker. In 

Quarrels of authors, v. 3. 1814. 82844 

- In Swinburne (A. C.) The age of Shakespeare. 190S. - - 82524 
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Delhi. In Gilliat (E.) The romance of modern sieges. 19nx. UL 90408 

- Hearn (G. R.) Seven cities of Delhi. I90S. biU. VJ. plans. - 94803 
Delitzsch (Franz) A system of Biblical psychology. 1^17. - 22108 

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Delos. In Jebb (Sir R. C.) Essays and addresses. 1907. - - E2J1 
Deluge. Sottas (W. J.) Geologies and deluges. In his Age of 

the earth [etc.] 1908. ill. 55006 

Demagogue and Lady Phayre ; by W. J. Locke. - - - 50L4 
Demeter. Pater (W.) The myth of Demeter and Persephone. 

In his Greek studies. 1895. 93817 

Democracy. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Carlyle (T.) The present time. In h is Latter-day pamphlets. E2C3 
Shooting Niagara, and after? In his Essays, v. 7. - - E5C11 

- Carnegie (A.) Triumphant democracy [U.S.A.] 1888. - - 97206 

- Lecky (W. E. H.) Democracy and liberty. 1899. 2 v. - 32103-4 

- In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 4. 1908. - - - E5M5 

Lecky on Democracy. Democracy and reaction. 
Demography. Leffingwell (A.) Illegitimacy and the influence 

of seasons upon conduct. 1892. ill. ... - 31201 
Demonology. In Emerson (R. W.) Lectures and sketches. 1S94. E1E6 
De Montmorency (J. E. G.) National education and life. 1906. 37907 
Demoor (Jean) and others. Evolution by atrophy in biology 

and sociology. 1899. ill. 57503 

Dene Hollow, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76 W 18 

Denis (Johann R. C. M.) Die Lieder von Selma. Aus Sineds 

Liedern. - - 404K 

Denis Duval [a story] ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 5 

Denison(G. A.) Fifty years at East Brent, 1845-96. 1902. port. ill. D071 

Denmark. Brochner (J.) Danish life in town and country, ill. 94112 

Denney (James) The death of Christ. 1905. ... - 23230 

- and others. Questions of faith, lectures on the creed. 1904. - 23801 
Dennie (John) Rome of to-day and yesterday. 1904. ill. maps. 93610 
Dennis (John) On the genius and writings of Shakespear, 1711. 

In Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 1903. - 82504 

Dent (Clinton T.) and others. Mountaineering. 1900. ill.- 79612 
Dentistry. See Teeth. 

Departmental ditties, and other verses ; by R. Kipling. 1904. 302 K 

De profundis ; by O. Wilde. 1908. W171 

De Quincey (Thomas) Collected writings ; ed. by D. Masson. 

1896-7. 14 v. bibl. port. 

1. Autobiography. D061 

2. Autobiography [concluded]. Literary and Lake reminiscences. D062 

Coleridge. Wordsworth and South ey. Westmoreland and the dalesmen. 
Society of the Lakes. Charles Lloyd. 

3. London reminiscences. Confessions of an English opium-eater. D063 

Recollections of Charles Lamb. Walking Stewart. Story of a libel, 
with thoughts on duelling. [Etc.] 

4-5. Biographies and biographic sketches. .... 99902-3 

4. Shakespeare. Life of Milton. Bentley. Pope. Goldsmith. The 
last days of Kant. Goethe. 5. Parr. Coleridge and opium-eating. Lamb. 
Wilson. Hamilton. Charlemagne. Joan of Arc. [Etc.] 

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The Pagan oracles. The Essenes. Secret societies. Greece under the 
Romans. The revolution of Greece. Modern Greece. Revolt of the Tartars. 
Ceylon. [Etc.] 

8. Speculative and theological essays. ----- 10401 

System of the heavens, as revealed by Lord Rosse's telescopes. Plato's 
Republic. Kant in his miscellaneous essays. Glance at the works of 
Mackintosh. Miracles as subjects of testimony. Judas Iscariot. Christianity 
as an organ of political movement. Protestantism. Casuistry. War. 
Modern superstition. [Etc.] 

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Malthus on population. Dialogues of three templars on political economj'. 
The logic of political economy. The political parties of England. California 
and the gold-digging mania. [Etc.] 

10-11. Literary theory and criticism. E2D1-2 

10. Letters to a young man whose education has been neglected. 
Rhetoric. Style. Language. Conversation. A brief appraisal of the Greek 
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late opium-eater. 11. Schlosser's Literary history of the eighteenth century. 
The poetry of Pope. Lord Carlisle on Pope. Lessing. Translation from 
Lessing's "Laocoon." Goethe as reflected in his novel of Wilhelm Meister. 
Richter. Analects from Richter. On Wordsworth's poetry. Notes on 
Gilfillan's Literary portraits. Notes on Walter Savage Lander. [Etc.] 

12. Tales and romances. 29 Dl 

Klosterheim, or, the masque, The household wreck. The avenger. 
The fatal marksman, Mr- Schnackenberger, or, two masters for one dog. 
The dice. The King of Hayti. The love-charm, a trans, from Tieck. [Etc.] 

13. Tales and prose phantasies. 82801 

On murder considered as one of the fine arts. Early memorials of 
Grasmere. The Spanish military nun. The English mail-coach. Suspiria 

de profundis, being a sequel to "The confessions of an English opium-eater." 
Inquiry into the origin of the rosicrucians and free-masons. [Etc.] 

14. Miscellanea and index. 82802 

Education of boys in large numbers. K rot on national character in 
relation to the sense of the sublime and beautiful. Kant's abstract of 
Sweden borgian ism. Kant on the age of the earth. Recollections of Hannah 
More. The opium question with China in 1840. Secession from the Church 
of Scotland. National temperance movements. Memorial chronology on a 
new and more apprehensible system. The Chinese question, 1S57. Appendix, 
chronological and bibliographical. Index. [Etc.] 

- Confessions of an English opium-eater. E2D3 

Rosicrucians and freemasons. Analects from Richter. [Etc.] 
De Quincey, Thomas. In Rannie (D. W. ) Wordsworth and his circle. W151 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82107 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. 1892. - - E6S1 
Derbyshire. Moncrieff (A. R. H.) The Peak country. 1908. col. ill. 91731 

Derelicts ; by W. J. Locke. 50L6 

Derval Hampton, a story of the sea ; by J. Grant. - - - 51 G 10 
De Salis (Mrs. Harriet A.) Dressed vegetables a la mode. 1892. 64102 

- Drinks a la mode. 1892. 64302 

- Gardening a la mode, fruits. 1895. 63401 

- Gardening a la mode, vegetables. 1895. .... 63501 

- The housewife's referee. 1898. ill. 64003 

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Deschanel(Augustin P.) Natural philosophy. 1904-5. 4 v. ill. 

The contents will be found at Physics. 

Desert warfare, Soudan campaign ; by B. Burleigh. 1884. maps. 95716 
Design. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Benson (W. A. S.) Elements of handicraft and design. 1893. ill. 68001 

- Crane (W. ) The revival of design and handicraft. In Arts and 

crafts, essays. 1899. ill. 70404 

- Ganz (H. F. W.) Modelling, design [etc.] 1908. ill. - - 74003 

- Holland (C.) Design for schools. 1907. ill.- - - - 74002 

- Morris (W. ) The history of pattern-designing. In his Archi- 

tecture, industry, and wealth, papers. 1902. - - - 70403 

- See also Textiles. 

Despair's last journey ; by D. C. Murray. - - - - 126M1 

Desperate remedies, a novel ; by T. Hardy. - - - - 21 H 2 

Despotism. In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 2. 1894. E6H2 

D'Este (Margaret) Through Corsica with a camera. 1905. ill. 93708 

Destiny, or, the chief's daughter; by S. E. Ferrier. - - - 13F2 

Destroyer [a novel] ; by W. R. Paterson. 72P1 

Deuteronomy. See Bible. 

Devil's die, a novel ; by G. Allen. 26 A 2 

Devoted friend [a story] ; by 0. Wilde. 96 W 2 

Devonshire (Georgiana and Elizabeth, Duchesses of) and 

others. The two Duchesses, 1777-1859, correspondence ; 

ed. by V. Foster. 1898. port. ill. .... D201 

Devotional exercises. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Bogatzky (K. H. von) Golden treasury. ----- 24001 

- See also Meditations. 

Dewey (John) joint-author. See McLellan (J. A.) 

Dewsnup (Ernest R.) The housing problem in England. 1907. 33122 

Dewy morn, a novel ; by R. Jefferies. 13 Jl 

"Dial," Papers from; by R. W. Emerson. In his Natural 

history of intellect. 1894. E1E8 

Dialstone Lane ; by W. W. Jacobs. 5J5 

Diamond necklace. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 5. - - - E2C9 

Diana of the Crossways ; by G. Meredith. 82 M 6 

Diary ; by F. Bremer. 86 B 3 

Diary of a goose-girl ; by K. D. Wiggin. 52 W 8 

Diary of a late physician ; by S. Warren. 24 Wl 

Diary of a pilgrimage ; by J. K. Jerome. 15 J 5 

Dice [a story] ; by T. De Quincey. In his Collected writings. - 29 Dl 

Dicey (Edward) The Egypt of the future. 1907. - - - 95717 

Dick, Robert, geologist and botanist ; by S. Smiles. 1905. port. Dill 

Dick (Stewart) The heart of Spain. 1907. ill. - - - 93421 

Dick (Thomas) The philosophy of religion. .... 20102 

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- Lang (A.) Puzzle of Dickens's last plot ["Edwin Drood"]. ill. 82603 
Dickens (Jane B. ) Object lessons from nature, ill. - - - 50705 
Dickie (George) joint-author. See McCosh (James). 

Dickie (Matthew M.) Luther. In The reformers. 1885. - 99812 

Dickie (William) Life's ideals [Christian life]. 1907. - - 17111 

- Lollards of Kyle [etc.] In The reformers. 1885.- - - 99812 
Dickson (J. ) Emeralds chased in gold, islands of the Forth, ill. 92008 
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Dickson (Wm. P.) Paul's use of the terms flesh and spirit. Iss3. 22807 

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Dictionaries of languages, see under Language ; dictionaries of special sub- 
jects, as of Bible, Shorthand, see under those words respectively. 
Diderot (Denis) Rameau's Neffe ; [iibers. von] J. W. von Goethe. 83833 

- Das Theater des Diderot; [iibers.] von G. E. Lessing. - - 83811 

Der natiirliche Sohn. Der Hausvater. 

Diderot, Denis. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 5. .... E2C9 

- In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes, v. 2. 1900. bibl. mem. 84002 

- Morley (Viscount) Diderot and the encyclopaedists. 2 v. - D 081-2 

- In Tallentyre (S. G.) Friends of Voltaire. 1906. bibl. port. 99507 

Diehl (Alice M.) A lonely fight. 33 Dl 

Dies Buch gehort dem Konig ; von B. von Arnim-Brentano. - 83824 
Diet. See Food. 

Dietrich (Max) The Schulz steam turbine, ill. - - - 62105 

Digby Grand ; by G. J. Why te Melville. 79 Ml 

Digestion. See Exercise. 

Dilke (Sir Charles W. ) The British Empire. 1899. - - 91103 

Dimock(A.) Cathedral church of Saint Paul. 1900. ill. plans. 91722 
Dining. For lists of related subjects, see Customs. Domestic economy. 

- De Quincey (T. ) The casuistry of Roman meals. In his Col- 

lected writings, v. 7. 1897. 90402 

- Doran (J.) Table traits, with something on them. 1869. - 64301 

- Jeaffreson (J. C.) A book about the table. 1875. 2 v. - - 39403-4 
Dircks (Henry) Life of second Marquis of Worcester. 1865. - W131 
Director's handbook ; by F. W. Pixley. 1900. - 34705 
Discomycetes. Phillips (W.) British discomycetes. 1893. ill. 58901 

Discrepant world [a novel]. 34D1 

Disease. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Sandlands (J. P.) Disease, its cause, prevention, cure. 1903. 61607 

- See also Bacteria. Blindness. Consumption. Deaf and dumb. Insanity. 
Disestablishment. See Church and state. 

Disraeli (Benjamin). SeeBEACoxsFiELD (Benjamin Disraeli, Earlof). 
Disraeli (Isaac) Miscellanies of literature. .... 82824 

- Quarrels of authors. 1814. 3 v. 82842-4 

Dissemblers [a novel] ; by T. Cobb. 65 CI 

Dissent. See Nonconformity. 

Ditchfield (Peter H.) The parish clerk, ill.- - - - 26201 

Diva's ruby ; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C 27 

A sequel to "Primadonna/' 113 C 26. 

Diversions of Purley [English language] ; by J. H. Tooke. 2 v. 42005-6 

Divided house, a study from life ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 147 S 7 

Divorce. In Milton (J.) Prose works, v. 3. - - - - 82832 

The doctrine and discipline of divorce. The judgment of Martin Bucer 
concerning divorce. Tetrachordon, marriage, or, nullities in marriage. 
Colasterion, a repLy to a nameless answer against "The doctrine and 
discipline of divorce." 

Dixon (A. L. H.) The art of breathing. 1906. ill. - - - 61322 

Dixon (William H.) Royal Windsor. 1879. 4 v. - - -91725-8 

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Dixon (William M.) A primer of Tennyson. 1901. - - 82414 

Dobbs (W. J.) Examples in elementary mechanics. 1908. ill. 53105 

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Doddridge (Philip) Correspondence and diary. 1829-31. 
Dodds (James) Lays of the covenanters. 18S0. m m, /><>rt. 

- The struggle of the Scottish covenanters, 1638-S8. 1S60. 
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- Brown (J.) Our dogs. In his Horae subseciva-, v. 2. 1897. 

- Compton (H. E.) ed. Twentieth-century dog. 1904. 2 v. ill. 63607-8 

1. Non-sporting. 2. Sporting. 

- Davies (C. J.) The kennel handbook. 1905. ill.- - 63616 

- Jesse (E.) Anecdotes of dogs. 1S58. ill. - - - 63615 

- Smith (A. C.) British dogs at work. 1906. col. ill. - - 63611 

- Stevenson (R, L.) The character of dogs. In his Memories. - E5S4 
Dog fiend, or, Snarleyyow ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - - 52 M 13 
Dogma. See Theology. 

Doings of Raffles Haw ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. 
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Domestic animals. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Wood (J. G.) Petland revisited. 1891. ill.- - - - 63609 

- See also Birds. Cat. Dog. Horse. Pig. Poultry. Rabbit. 
Domestic economy. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- De Salis (Mrs. H. A.) The housewife's referee. 1898. ill. - 64003 

The household. Cooking recipes and menus. 

- Lush (E. R.) Domestic economy. 1901. ill.- - - - 64002 

- Newsholme(A.)andScott (M. E.) Domestic economy. 1906. ill. 64001 

- See also Confectionery. Cookery. Dining. Dress. Dressmaking. 

Laundry. Needlework. 

Domestic stories ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. 107C12 

Don John, a story ; by J. Ingelow. - - - - - - 111 

Don Orsino ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - - 113 C 23 

A sequel to "Sanf Ilario," 113 C 4. 

Don Quixote ; by M. de Cervantes. 34 CI 

Donal Grant [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. 10M12 

A sequel to " Sir Gibbie," 10 M 8. 
Donaldson (J. W. ) ed. The theatre of the Greeks, Greek drama. 1836. 88202 

Donaldson (Sir James) Westminster confession of faith, and 

Thirty-nine articles of the Church of England. 1905. - 23803 

- Woman. 1907. 39605 

Donna Quixote [a novel] ; by J. McCarthy. .... 4M2 

Donne, John. In Walton (I.) Lives. 1901. .... 79935 

Donovan, a modern Englishman ; by Edna Lyall. - - - 66 LI 

Donovan Pasha, and some people of Egypt ; by Sir G. Parker. - 8P1 

Doom Castle, a romance ; by Neil Munro. ----- 124 M 4 

Doran (John) Our great towns, 1860-77 [United Kingdom]. - 91504 

- Table traits, with something on them. 1869.- - - - 64301 
Doreen, the story of a singer ; by Edna Lyall. - - - - 66 L 10 
Dorian Gray, The picture of ; by O. Wilde. - 96W3 

Doris ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. 104H8 

Doris Cheyne, the story of a noble life ; by A. S. Swan. - - 147 S 8 

Dorothea Kirke, or, free to serve ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 147 S 31 

Dorothy Forster, a novel ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - 48 B 3 

Dorsetshire. Sherren (W.) The Wessex of romance. 1908. ill. 91724 

A companion volume to Thomas Hardy's novels. 

Double choice ; by J. Baker. 4B1 

Double harness ; by Anthony Hope. 82H13 

Double marriage, or, white lies ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 14 

Double thread ; by E. T. Fowler. 45 F 6 

Douglas (Andrew H.) Five sermons. 1903. mem. port. - 25201 

Douglas (Chas. M.) J. S. Mill, a study of his philosophy. 1895. 19203 

- and Jones (H.) Scottish education reform. 1903.- - - 37901 
Douglas (Sir George B. S.) The 'Blackwood' group. - - 99928 

The contents will be found at ' Blackwood ' group. 

- James Hogg [a biography]. 1899. Hill 

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Douglas (James) T. Watts-Dunton, poet, novelist, critic. 1904. D221 

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Douglas, House of, History of, by Sir H. E. Maxwell. 2 v. bibl. ill. D 141-2 

Dove Dale revisited, with other sketches ; by E. Marston. 1902. 79905 

Dove in the eagle's nest ; by C. M. Yonge. .... 5Y7 

Dowden (Edw.) French revolution and English literature. 1897. 82103 

- Shakspere [a literature primer]. 1903. 82501 

Downing Street [and] New Downing Street ; by T. Carlyle. 

In his Latter-day pamphlets. - - - - - E2C3 

Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) The captain of the Polestar [etc.] - 51D10 

- The doings of Raffles Haw. - - - - - - 51 D 2 

- A duet, with an occasional chorus. 51D17 

- The exploits of Brigadier Gerard. 51D20 

- Adventures of Gerard [a sequel to the above]. - - - - 51 D 21 

- The firm of Girdlestone, a romance. 51D15 

- The green flag, and other stories of war and sport.- - 51D1 

- Micah Clarke, his statement. 51D13 

- The refugees, a tale of two continents. - - - - - 51 D 12 

- Rodney Stone. 51 D 3 

- Sherlock Holmes series : 

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Holmes, 51 D 4. 5. The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, 51 D 5. 6. The return 
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- Sir Nigel. 2 copies. 51D18 

- The White Company [a sequel to "Sir Nigel "]. - - - 51 D 6 

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- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Sanitary conveniences and drainage, ill. 62803 

- Jensen (G. J. G.) Modern drainage inspection. 1907. ill. - 62804 
Drake, Sir Francis. Bedford (Sir F. G. D.) Drake. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

- In Callender (G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain. 1907. - - 99605 

- Griffith (G.) The queen's little pirate. In his Men who have 

made the Empire. 1897. HI. 99607 

Drake (John) Our hapless queen, and other poems. 1904. - 701 D 

Drake (Maurice) The salving of a derelict. .... 65D1 
Drama. For lists of related subjects, see Amusements. Literature. 

- Bailey (J. C. ) English taste and French drama. In his Claims 

of French poetry. 1907. 84102 

- Barnett (L. D.) The Greek drama. 1900. bibl. ill. - - 88203 

- Burnand (Sir F. C.) and others. Short plays for drawing- 

room performance. 1890. ill. 82522 

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Drama. Carlyle (T.) German playwrights. In his Essays, v. 2. E2C6 

- Cook (D.) Nights at the play. 1883. 2 v. - - -79201-2 

- Donaldson (J. YV.) erf. The theatre of the Greeks, drama, plan. 88202 

- Kingsley (C.) The stage as it was once. In his Lectures. 1898. E1K5 

- In Lessing (G. E.) Werke, v. 3-5, 10, 13. 

3, part 2. Dramatischer Nachlasz, 83805. 4, part 2. Dramaturgische 
Zcitschriften, 83807. 5. Theatralische Bibliothck, 83808. 10. Hamburgische 
Dramaturgic, 83814. 13. Theatralisches, 83818. 

- Shaw (G. B. ) Dramatic opinions and essays. 1907. 2 v. - 82512-3 

- Skelton (Sir J.) Early English life in the drama. In Essays. E3E1 

- Walkley (A. B.) Drama and life. 1907. .... 82516 

Modern English and French drama. Some French and English plays. 
Shakespeare. Pinero. Barrie. Shaw. [Etc.] 

- Watson (W.) Some literary idolatries [Elizabethan drama]. 

In his Excursions in criticism. 1893. - - - - E3W1 

- Weisse (C. F. ) and others. Lessings Jugendfreunde. - - 83202 

Plays in German by Weisse, Cronegk, Brawe, etc. 

- See also Miracle-plays. Theatre. Tragedy. 

Dramatic works will be found under the names of the following authors : 

Addison (Joseph) Fulda (Ludwig) Phillips (Stephen) 

iEschylus Gerstenberg (Heinrich W. Racine (Jean) 

Alfieri (Vittorio, Count) von) Sandeau (Leonard S. J.) 

Beaconsfield (Benjamin Goethe (Johann W. von) Schiller (J. C. F. von) 

Disraeli, Earl of) Goldsmith (Oliver) Shakespeare (William) 

Benedix (Julius R.) Gryphius (A.) Shelley (Percy B.) 

Brawe (Joachim W. von) Jonson (Ben) Sheridan (Richard B.) 

Browning (Robert) Klopstock (Friedrich G.) Sophocles 

Buchanan (George) Labiche (Eugene M.) Southey (Robert) 

Byron (Geo. Gordon, Lord) Lee (Vernon) Taylor (Henry) 

Caine (Thomas H. Hall) Lenau (Nikolaus) Tennyson (Alfred, Lord) 

Calderon, Pedro Lessing (Gotthold E.) Tolstoy (Count Lyof X.) 

Chatterton (Thomas) Lohenstein (Daniel C. von) Weisse (Christian F.) 

Cronegk (Johann F. von) Lytton (Edward G. E. Wichert (Ernst) 

Diderot (Denis) Bulwer, Lord) Wilde (Oscar) 

Dryden (John) Marlowe (Christopher) 

Euripides Moliere (Jean B. P.) 

Dramatists. For list of related subjects, see Authors. 

- Collins (J. C. ) The predecessors of Shakspeare. In his Essays 

and studies. 1895. E1C1 

- Swinburne (A. C.) The age of Shakespeare. 1908. - - 82524 

Webster. Dekker. Marston. Middleton. Rowley. Heywood. Chap- 
man. Tourneur. [Etc.] 

Draper (John W.) Conflict between religion and science. 1904. 21502 
Draughts. For list of other games, see Games. 

- Lees (J.) The game of draughts. 79407 

Drawing. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-3, 6. 1905. 03203-5, 03208 

- Howie (R. Y.) Drawing [freehand, shading, colour]. 1906. ill. 74101 

- See also Anatomy, Artistic. Brushwork. Building. Engineering. 
Dream and the business ; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. - - - 106 C 3 
Dream and the man ; by Mrs. L. B. Reynolds. - - - 22 Rl 
Dream tales and prose poems ; by I. Turgenev. - - - 62T1 
Dreamers of the Ghetto ; by I. Zangwill. 2Z3 

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Dreams. Brown (J.) 'In clear dream and solemn vision.' In 

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- In Stevenson (R. L.) Across the plains [etc.] 1905. - - E5S1 

Dreams [stories] ; by O. Schreiner. 32 S3 

Dress. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- Joy (L.) The well-dressed woman. 1907. .... 64605 

- Praga (Mrs. A.) What to wear and when to wear it. 1903. ill. 64607 
Dressler (Friedrich A.) Moltke in his home. 1907. ill. - M051 
Dressmaking. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- Davis (J. E.) Elements of dressmaking. 1906. ill. - - 64606 

- See also Millinery. 

Dreyfus, Alfred. Steevens (G. W.) Dreyfus case. In Things seen. E2S1 

D'ri and I, a tale of daring deeds : by I. Rachel ler. - - - 1B2 

Drift of fate ; by D. Russell. - - - - - - 72 R 2 

Drink question. See Temperance. 

Drinker, Eliz. Bepplier (A.) A Quaker diary. In her Compromises. E4R1 

Drinkers of hemlock, a novel ; by A. S. Walker. - - - 92W1 

Drinks. See Beverages. 

Driver (Samuel R. ) tram. Book of the prophet Jeremiah. 1906. 22502 

Driver, Samuel R. Waller (C. H. ) Moses and the prophets. IO07. 22307 

A criticism of the writings <>i Professor Driver. 

Driving. Beaufort (Duke of) and others. Driving. 1001. hit,/, ill. 79803 

Drummond (Hamilton) The king's scapegoat. - - - 54D1 

- A lord of the soil. - - - 54D2 
Drummoxd (Hknky) The ascent of man. 1906. - - 57513 

- Natural law in the spiritual world. 18S7. - - - 21503 

- Stones rolled away, and other addresses. 1 0< »7. - - - 17113 

- Tropical Africa. 1888. iv 96102 

Drummond, Henry. Simpson (J. Y.) Drummond [a biography]. D092 

- Smith (G. A.) The life of Henry Drummond. 1S99. part. - D091 
Drummond (James) Philo Judaeus, or, the Jewish-Alexandrian 

philosophy. 1888. 2 v. mem. 18602-3 

Drunkenness. See Temperance. 

Drury (W. D.) ed. Open-air gardening. 1001. ill. - - 71601 

Drury (William P.) Men-at-arms, stories and sketches. - - 64D1 
Dryad ; by J. H. McCarthy. - - - - - -137 Ml 

Drydex (John) Poetical works, mem. port. - 101 D 

Another edition, 5 v. mem. 102 6 D 

Dryden, John. In Collins (J. C.) Essays and studies. 1895. - E1C1 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 190G. - - 82218 

- In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 2. 1781. - - - 99925 

- In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. E3L1 

Dublin. Fitzpatrick (S. A. O.) Dublin, historical [etc.] 19U7. ill. 92613 

Dubois. Voyages to Madagascar and Bourbon, 1669-7*2. 1897. HI. 96201 

Dubois, Pierre, a mediaeval radical ; by F. M. Powicke. In Essays. 90409 

Duchesne (L. ) The temporal sovereignty of the popes. 1908. - 28206 

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Duchess of Padua, a play ; by 0. Wilde. 1908. - - 1001 W 

Duchess of Powysland, a novel ; by G. Allen. - - - 26 A 1 

Duckworth (Francis) The Cots wolds. 1908. col. ill. map. - 91730 

Duckworth (Lawrence) Encyclopaedia of marine law. 1907. 34701 

Duddingston. Baird (W.) Annals of Duddingston [etc.] 1898. ill. 92014 

Dudeney (Mrs. Henry E.) Robin Brilliant. .... 57D1 

Duel ; by R. Marsh. 107 Ml 

Duelling. De Quincey (T. ) Story of a libel, with thoughts on 

duelling. In his Collected writings, v. 3. 1897. - - D063 

Duet, with an occasional chorus ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - 51D17 
Duff (Edward G.) The printers, stationers, and bookbinders 

of Westminster and London, from 1476 to 1535. 1906. ill. 65501 

Duff (R. A.) Spinoza's political and ethical philosophy. 1903. 19301 

Duffertn and Ava (Marquess of) Letters from high latitudes. 94105 
"A voyage in 1S56 to Iceland, Jan Meyen, and Spitzbergen." 

Dufferin and Ava, Marquess of. Black (C. E. D.) The Marquess 

of Dufferin and Ava [a biography]. 1903. bibl. port. ill. D031 

- In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1907. - - - 99502 

Duffy (Bella) Tuscan Republics, with Genoa. 1892. ill. maps. 93701 

Duke [a novel] ; by J. S. Clouston. 132 C 3 

Dumas (Alexandre) Episodes from Monte Cristo, Le Chateau 

d'lf ; with notes. 1900. mem. port. .... 44834 

- L'evasion du due de Beaufort ; with notes. 1907. ill. - - 44808 

- La tulipe noire ; with notes. 1898. mem. port. - - - 44822 

- My memoirs. 1907-8. 5 v. -port.- - - - . - - D 102-6 

- The conspirators. 58D11 

- The regent's daughter, sequel to "The conspirators." - - 58D12 

- The Count of Monte Cristo. 2 copies. 58 D 3 

- Marguerite de Valois, an historical romance. - - - - 58 D 13 

- Chicot the jester, sequel to " Marguerite de Valois.'' - - 58 D 5 

- The forty-five guardsmen, sequel to " Chicot the jester." - 58 D 6 

- Memoirs of a physician. 58 D 7 

- The queen's necklace, sequel to " Memoirs of a physician." - 58 D 8 

- Taking the Bastile, sequel to "The queen's necklace." - - 58 D 9 

- The Countess de Charny, sequel to " Taking the Bastile." - 58D14 

- Chevalier de Maison Rouge, sequel to "Countess de Charny." 58D10 

- The three musketeers. 2 copies. 58 Dl 

- Twenty years after [a sequel to "The three musketeers"]. 2cop. 58D2 

- Vicomte de Bragelonne [a sequel to " Twenty years after"]. - 58D4 

- Louise de la Valliere [a sequel to "Vicomte de Bragelonne "]. 58D17 

- Man in the iron mask [a sequel to " Louise de la Valliere "]. - 58D15 

- The son of Porthos [a sequel to ' ' The man in the iron mask "]. 58D16 
Dumas, Alexandre. Spurr (H. A.) Life and writings of Dumas, 

1802-70. 1902. bibl. ill. D101 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) The historical novel, Scott and Dumas. 

In his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. - - 82108 
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Du Maurier (George) Peter Ibbetson. 66D2 

- Trilby, a novel. --------- 66D1 

Dumb. See Deaf and dumb. 

Dumb-bells. Boj us (G. H.) Dumb bell exercises, ill. - - 61317 
Dumbartonshire, Book of ; by J. Irving. 1879. 3 v. ill. maps. 92512-4 

Dumfries. Sulley (P.) ed. Robert Burns and Dumfries. 1896.- B194 

Dunbar, William. Smeaton (W. H. 0.) Dunbar [a biography]. - D131 

Duncan (J. H. E. ) Country cottages and week-end homes. 4°. ill. 72801 

- The house beautiful and useful. 1907. ill. - 74904 
Duncan, John, Recollections of ; by A. M. Stuart. 1872. - - D181 
Duncan (John G.) ed. Life of Professor Blackie. ill. - - B121 
Duncan (Norman) The cruise of the Shining Light. - - 59 Dl 
Duncan (Robert K.) The new knowledge, physics. 1906. ill. 53002 
Duncan (Sara J.) A daughter of to-day. - .... 60D1 

- The imperialist. 60 D 2 

Duncan (XV. G.) Guide to the engineering profession. 1907. ill. 62009 

Dunfermline, Alex. Seton, Earl of, Memoir ; by G. Seton. 1882. port. D251 

Dunfermline. Reid (A.) and Kirk (VV.) Royal Dunfermline. 1906. 92505 

- Thomson (D.) The weavers' craft. 1903. ill. - - - 92507 

11 A history of the Weavers' Incorporation of Dunfermline." 

Dunlop (Robert) Some aspects of Henry VIII. 's Irish policy. 

In Historical essays. 1907. 90409 

Dunn (Archibald) Bridge and how to play it. 1907. - 79502 

Dunn (Henry T.) Rossetti and his circle. 1904. mem. ill. - R033 
Dunn (William) joint-author. See Marsh (Charles F.) 

[Dunne (Finley P.)] Mr. Dooley in peace and war. 1906. - 81702 

Dunphie (Charles J.) Many-coloured essays. 1906. - - E1D1 

Dunton, John. In Marston (E.) Booksellers of other days. port. 99904 

Dunton (Theodore Watts) Aylwin [a story]. .... 62D1 

Dunton, Theodore Watts. Douglas (J.) Theodore Watts-Dunton, 

poet, novelist, critic. 1904. port. ill. - D221 

- Sharp (W.) Aylwin-laud. In his Literary geography. 1907. ill. 91505 
Duntzer (Heinrich) Life of Goethe. 1908. ill. - - - G072 
Du Toit (S. J.) Rhodesia, past and present. 1897. ill. - - 96503 
Dutt (Romesh C.) The civilization of India. 1900. ill. maps. 94716 

- The economic history of India, 1757-1837. 1906. - - ; 94711 

- The economic history of India, 1837-1900. 1906. - - - 94710 
Dutt (Wm. A.) Literary associations of East Anglia. 1907. ill. 91718 
Duty. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Avebury (Lord) Happiness of duty. In his Pleasures of life. E2A3 

- Smiles (S.) Duty. 1905. ill. 17015 

Dyeing. For list of related subjects, see Textiles. 

- Dyeing of textile fabrics. In CasselPs Educator, v. 1-6. HI. 60306-11 

- Farrell (F. J.) Dyeing and cleaning. 1908. hibl. ill. - - 66701 
Dynamics. See Force. 

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Dynamiter ; by R. L. and F. Van tie G. Stevenson. - - - 119 S 14 
A sequel to the " New Arabian nights," 119 S 6. 

Dynamos. For list of related subjects, see Engineering, Electric. 

- Sewell (T.) The construction of dynamos. 1907. ill. - - 62415 

Dynevor Terrace, or, the clue of life ; by C. M. Yonge. - - 5Y1 



Eadie, John. Brown (J.) Life of John Eadie. 1878. port. - E101 

Eagle's nest, relation of natural science to art ; by J. Ruskin. - 70401 

Earle (John) The philology of the English tongue. 1871. - 42002 

Earlier adventures of a naval officer ; by Sir S. St. John. - - 8S1 
Earth. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- Seeley (H. G.) The story of the earth in past ages. 1895. ill. 55001 

- Sollas (W. J.) The age of the earth [etc.] 1908. ill. - - 55006 

The figure of the earth. The key to terrestrial history. 

- See also Winter. 

Earth and the fullness thereof, a romance ; by P. Rosegger. - 59 Rl 

Earth trembled [a story] ; by E. P. Roe. 56 R 6 

Earthly paradise, a poem ; by W. Morris. 1905. - - - 802 M 
Earthquakes. For list of related subjects, see Physical geography. 

- Milne (J. ) Earthquakes and other earth movements. 1903. ill. 55109 

- - Seismology. 1898. bibl. ill. 55116 

East (Alfred) Landscape painting in oil colour. 1906. ill. *■ 75801 

East (W. G.) Rowing and sculling. 1904. ill. - - - 79712 

East and eastern question. Buxton (N.) Europe and the Turks. 93905 

- Kinglake (A. W.) Eothen. 1904. 93904 

Travels in Turkey, Palestine, and Egypt, 1S35. 

- Smith (P.) The ancient history of the east. 1895. ill. - • 94407 

Egypt, Assyria, Babylonia, Asia Minor, Phoenicia, etc. 

East Anglia. See England. 

East coast days, and memories ; by A. K. H. Boyd. 1889. - E7B1 

East, Far. Cotes (E.) Signs and portents in the far east. 1907. 94301 

- Eliot (Sir C. ) Letters from the far east. 1907. ill. - - 94308 

China and Japan, 1906. 

- Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. - 90815 

" 60,000 miles on the ' Mary Park.' " 

- Story (D.) To-morrow in the east. 1907. .... 94305 

- Weale (B. L. P.) Re-shaping of the far east. 1905. 2 v. ill. 94309-10 
The truce in the east. 1907. ill. maps. - 94311 

" A sequel to ' The re-shaping of the far east.' " 
East India Company. Hall (R.) On the renewal of the charter 

of the East India Company. In his Works, v. 3. 1832. - 20808 
East Indies. Raynal (W. T.) The Europeans in the East and 

West Indies. 1798. 6 v. ?naps. - 90818-23 

East Lynne [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76 W 19 

Easton (H. T.) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33214 

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Eaton (John R. T.) The permanence of Christianity. 1873. - 23020 
Ebb-tide; by R. L. Stevenson and L. Osbourne. - - - 119 S 10 

Ebers (Georg) An Egyptian princess, an historical novel. - 2E3 

- Homo sum, a novel. 2E1 

- Joshua, a story of Biblical life. - - - - - - 2E2 

- The sisters, a romance. 2E4 

- Uarda, a romance of ancient Egypt. 2E5 

Ebersol (Charles E.) Clippings, the system and index. 1907. 02904 

Ecce Homo, life and work of Christ ; by Sir J. R. Seeley. 1903. 23216 
Ecclesiastical history. See Church history. 

Eclipses. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Chambers (G. F.) The story of eclipses. 1902. ill. - - 52301 

- Tyndall (J.) Voyage to Algeria to observe the eclipse [1870]. 

In his Fragments of science, v. 1. 1902. - 50409 
Economics. See Political economy. 

Eddy (Charles) A hole in the coat. 41E1 

Eddy (Mrs. Mary B. G.) Science and health, with Key to the 

Scriptures. 1908. port. 61505 

Edersheim (Alfred) The Temple at the time of Christ. 1874. 94510 
Edgar (Andrew) Old church life in Scotland. 1886. - 28502 
Edgar (William C.) The story of a grain of wheat. III. - - 33801 
Edgcumbe (Kenklm) Industrial electrical measuring instru- 
ments. 1908. ill. -------- 62423 

Edge of circumstance, a story ; by E. Noble. - - - - 20 N 2 

Edgeworth (Maria) Belinda. - - 10E2 

- Castle Rackrent. The absentee. ------ 10E3 

- Helen. 10E4 

- Ormond, a tale. 10 E 5 

- The parent's assistant, stories. 10 E 6 

- Popular tales. - - 10 E 7 

Edina, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - - 76 W 20 
Edinburgh. Colston (J.) Edinburgh and district water supply. 

1890. ill. - 92012 

- Gowans (Sir J.) Edinburgh and its neighbourhood. 1886. ill. 92011 

- Hyatt (A. H.) ed. The charm of Edinburgh, an anthology. 190S. 92015 

- Miller (R.) Knox, and the Town Council of Edinburgh. 1S98. K022 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Edinburgh [picturesque notes]. 1905. ill. 92007 
Edinburgh eleven [biographical sketches] ; by J. M. Barrie. - 99611 
Edinburgh essays, 1856 ; by J. S. Blackie and others. 18.17. - E3E1 
'Edinburgh review.' Stephen (Sir L.) The first Edinburgh re- 
viewers. In his Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E6S2 

Edinburgh sermons ; by H. Black. 1906. 25203 

Edison, Thomas A., an iuventor's life; by F. A. Jones. 1907. E081 

Editor's sermons [on Church of England] ; by Sir E. R. Russell. 26401 

Edmonds (Columba) The early Scottish Church. 1906. - - 27504 

Edmund, the exiled prince [a story] ; by G. Aguilar. - - 12 A 7 

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Edser (Edwin) Differential and integral calculus. 1901. - - 51701 
Education. For other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- In Avebury (Lord) Essays and addresses. 1903. - - - E2A2 
-- In The pleasures of life. 1S93. E2A3 

- Bain (A.) Education as a science. 1902. .... 37002 

- Cassell's New popular educator. 1903-6. 8 v. ill. maps. 03203-10 

"A complete encyclopaedia of education." 

- De Montmorency (J. E. G.) National education and life. 1906. 37907 

- Emerson (R. W.) Education; The scholar. In his Lectures. E1E6 

- Freeman (K. J.) Schools of Hellas. 1907. ill. - - - 37010 

11 An essay on the practice and theory of ancient Greek education from 
600 to 300 B.C." 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - - - E1F2 

- Harper (J. W.) Education and social life. 1907. - - - 37012 

- Hay ward (F. H.) The meaning of education as interpreted by 

Herbart. 1907. - 37006 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. 1900. - - E6H1 

- Hughes (J. L. ) and Klemm (L. R.) Progress of education in 

the [19th] century. 1907. 37008 

- James (W.) Talks to teachers on psychology [etc.] 1904. - 15013 

- Kingsley (C. ) Health and education [essays]. 1887. - - E1K3 

- Maclean (M. ) Historical development of systems of education 

in the Highlands. In The old Highlands. 1908. - - 92211 

- McLellan (J. A.) and Dewey (J.) Applied psychology. - - 37009 

" An introduction to the principles and practice of education." 

- Matthews (F. H.) Principles of intellectual education. 1907. 37007 

- Payne (W. H.) The education of teachers. 1901. - - - 37107 

- Remington (J. S.) The education of to-morrow. 1907. - - 37011 

- Richter (J. P. F.) Levana, or, doctrine of education. 1901. - 37001 

- Roark (R. N. ) A general outline of pedagogy. 1900. bibl. - 37106 

- Sharp (W. H.) The educational system of Japan. 1906. - 37906 

- Smith (A. T.) Systematic methodology, teaching. 1900. - 37108 

- Spencer (H.) Education, intellectual, moral, and physical. 1878. 37004 

- Welton (J.) Principles and methods of teaching. 1906. bibl. 37104 

- See also Cardboard modelling. Children. Culture. Deaf and dumb. 

Humanism. Kindergarten. Nature study. School boards. Schools. 
Technical education. Universities. Woman. 

Education of Eve [a novel] ; by C. J. Silverston. - - - 66 SI 
Edward III. Ashley (W. J.) ed. Edward III. and his wars. 1887. ill. 91324 

Edward, Thomas. Smiles (S.) Life of a Scotch naturalist, port. E051 

Edwards (E. H.) Fire and sword in Shansi. 1907. ill. - - 27803 

" Story of the martyrdom of foreigners and Chinese Christians [1900]." 

Edwards, Jonathan. In Macphail (A.) Puritanism. 1905. - 99815 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. 1892. - - E6S1 
Edwards (Matilda Betham) East of Paris. 1902. col. ill. - 93106 

"Sketches in the Gatinais, Bourbonnais, and Champagne." 

- Literary rambles in France. 1907. ill.- - 93304 

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Edwards (Matilda Betham) Barham Brocklebank, M.D. - 16E1 

Edwards (Owen M.) A short history of Wales. 1906. maps. 91604 

- Wales [a history]. 1903. ill. maps. 91601 

Edwards (W. N.) Platform, pulpit, desk, temperance addresses. 17804 

Edwin Drood ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. 30D16 

Egerton (George) Flies in amber [stories]. - - - - 18 El 
Eglintoun, Sir Hew of. Neilson (G.) 'Huchown of the Awle 

Ryale.' 1902. 82302 

"A historical criticism of poems ascribed to Sir Hew of Eglintoun." 
Egoist, a comedy in narrative ; by G. Meredith. - - - 82 M 7 

Egypt. Blunt ( W. S. ) Secret history of the English occupation 

of Egypt. 1907. - 95714 

- Browne (A. ) Bonaparte in Egypt and Egyptians of to-day. 1907. 95713 

- Browne (J. H. B.) England in Egypt. In his Essays, v. 2. 1907. E6B2 

- Curtis (W. E.) Egypt, Burma, British Malaysia. 1905. ill. map. 94303 

- Dicey (E.) The Egypt of the future. 1907. - 95717 

- Gosse (P. H.) The monuments of ancient Egypt. 1847. &, - 95709 

"And their relation to the Word of God." 

- In Harrison (F.) National and social problems. 1908. - - 30413 

- Holland (C.) Things seen in Egypt. 1908. ill. - - - 95706 

- Niebuhr (C.) The Tell el Amarna period. 1903. - - 95705 

" Relations of Egypt and western Asia in loth century B.C., according 
to the Tell el Amarna tablets." 

~ Rawlinson(G. ) and Gilman (A.) Ancient Egypt. 1886. HI. map. 95701 

- Romer (Mrs. ) A pilgrimage to the temples and tombs of Egypt, 

Nubia, and Palestine in 1845-6. 1846. 2 v. ill. - - 95703-4 

- Sharpe (S.) The history of Egypt [to] a.d. 610. 1852. 2 v. 95710-1 

- Steevens (G. W.) Egypt in 1898. 1900. 96401 

- Wiedemann (A.) The realms of the Egyptian dead. 1902. - 29903 

" According to the belief of the ancient Egyptians." 
Egyptian literature. See Literature, Egyptian. 
Egyptian princess ; by G. Ebers. - - - - - - 2E3 

Eichendorff (Joseph, freiiieur von) Aus dem Leben eines 

Taugenichts ; with notes. 1906. mem.- - - - 43806 

Eight hour day. See Labour. 

Eighteenth century vignettes [essays]; by H. A. Dobson. 3 v. E3D1-3 

Eikon basilike, or, the King's book. 1904. .... C401 

Eikonoklastes ; by J. Milton. In his Prose works, v. 1. - - 82830 
" In answer to ' Eikon basilike.' " 

Elcho (David, Lord) Affairs of Scotland in 1744-6. mem. ill, 91846 

Elder, John, engineer, Memoir of ; by W. J. M. Rankine. 1871. E031 

Eleanor [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. 13W6 

Elect lady ; by G. MacDonald. 10M13 

Elections. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Fuller (R. H.) Government by the people. 1908. - - - 32403 

"The election system in the United States." 

- King (J.) Electoral reform, an inquiry. 1908. - - - 32402 

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Elections. Richanjs (H. C. ) Candidates' guide in contested elections. 32401 
Electric batteries. For subjects relating to this and other headings 
commencing Electric, Electro, see Engineering, Electric. 

- Wade (E. J.) Secondary batteries. 1908. ill. - - - 62422 
Electric bells. Allsop (F. C.) Electric bell fitting. 1903. ill- 62414 
Electric currents. Hay (A. ) An introductory course of continuous 

current engineering. 1907. ill. 62410 

Electric instruments. Edgcumbe (K.) Industrial electrical 

measuring instruments. 1908. ill. ----- 62423 
Electric lighting. Houston (E. J.) and Kennelly (A. E. ) Electric 

incandescent lighting. 1906. ill. 62405 

- Tyndall (J.) The electric light. In his Fragments, v. 2. 1902. 50410 

- Walker (S. F.) Electric lighting, marine. 1906. ill. - - 62408 
Electric testing. Kinzbrunner (C.) The testing of continuous 

current machines. 1904. ill. ------ 62421 

Electric traction. Gant (L. W.) Electric traction. 1907. ill.- 62416 
Electric waves. Bottone (S. R.) Wireless telegraphy and 

Hertzian waves. 1905. ill. 65404 

Electric wiring. Clinton (W. C.) Electric wiring. 1906. ill.- 62412 

- Harrison (N.) Electric-wiring, diagrams and switchboards. 

1906. ill. 62404 

Electricity. For list of related subjects, see Physics ; for applications 
of electricity, see Engineering, Electric. 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 4-7. 1906. ill. - - 03206-9 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 3. 1904. ill. - 53706 

- Gibson (C. R.) Electricity of to-day. 1907. ill. - - - 53702 

- Jeans (J. H.) The mathematical theory of electricity and 

magnetism. 1908. bill. 53709 

- Munro (J.) The story of electricity. 1905. ill. - - - 53701 

- Stewart (R. W.) Magnetism and electricity. 1904. ill. - 53801 

- Trowbridge (J. ) What is electricity ? 1897.- - - - 53703 

- Verschoyle (W. I).) Electricity, what is it? 1908. - - 53708 

- See also Electrons. Induction coils. Lightning conductors. 
Electro-plating. Hasluck(P. N.) eel. Electro-plating. 1906. ill. 62420 
Electrochemistry. For list of related subjects, see Chemistry. 

- Le Blanc (M.) Electro-chemistry. 1907. ill. - - - 53711 

- Morgan (J. L. R.) Chemistry for electrical engineers. 1906.- 53705 
Electrolysis. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- McLatchie (J. D. P. ) Electrolysis in the treatment of facial 

and other blemishes. 1905. 61608 

Electrons. For related subjects, see Electricity. 

- Fournier d'Albe (E. E.) The electron theory. 1906. - - 53707 

- Lodge (Sir O. J.) Electrons. 1906. ill. - - - - - 53704 

" Nature and properties of negative electricity." 
[Elgee (P. C.)] joint- author. See [Raine (G. E.)] 
Elgin, James Bruce, 8th Earl of. Wrong (G. M.) The Earl of 

Elgin [a biography], port. ill. map. - E071 

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Elijah. Champness (T.) Carmel's hero, life of Elijah. 1902. - 22301 

- Taylor (W. M.) Elijah the prophet. 1888. - 22313 

Eliot (Sir Charles) Letters from the far east. 1907. ill. - 94308 

- Turkey in Europe. 1908. maps. 93907 

Eliot (George) Wise, witty, and tender sayings ; selected. 1875. 82828 

- Essays. Leaves from a note-book. 1884. .... E2E1 

Worldliness and other-worldliness, the poet Young. German wit, 
Heinrich Heine. Evangelical teaching, Dr. Cumming. The influence of 
rationalism, Lecky's History. The natural history of German life, Riehl. 
Three months in Weimar. Address to working men. 

- Impressions of Theophrastus Such [essays]. - - - - E2E2 

- The legend of Jubal, and other poems. 301 E 

- The Spanish gypsy [a poem]. 1868. 302 E 

- Adam Bede. 2 copies. 22 E 2 

- Daniel Deronda. 22 E 6 

- Felix Holt, the radical. 22E4 

- Middlemarch, a study of provincial life. 22 E 7 

- The mill on the Floss. 22E5 

- Romola. 2 copies. 22 E 8 

- Scenes of clerical life. - - - - - - - 22 E 3 

The sad fortunes of the Rev. Amos Barton. Mr. GilfiTs love-story. 
Janet's repentance. 

- Silas Maimer. The lifted veil. Brother Jacob. 2 copies. - 22 El 
Eliot, George. Browne (J. H. B.) George Eliot as a novelist. 

In his Essays, v. L 1907. E6B1 

- Espinasse (F.) George H. Lewes and (George Eliot. In his 

Literary recollections. 1893. E141 

- Harrison (F.) [Cross's] Life of George Eliot. In his Choice of 

books, and other pieces. 1903. E3H1 

- Morley (Viscount) [Cross's] Life of George Eliot. In his 

Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. E5M4 

- In Paul (H. W.) Stray leaves. 1906. E2P1 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1S99. - - E6S3 
Elizabeth, Queen. Hume (M. A. S.) The courtships of Queen 

Elizabeth. 1906. port. E161 

Elizabeth of Bohemia, Princess Palatine: by A. W. Ward. In 

Historical essays. 1907. - 90409 

Elizabeth Glen. M.B. ; by A. S. Swan. ... - 147S46 

Elliot (G. F. S.) The romance of savage life. 1908. ill. - 57207 
Elliott, Ebenezer. Carlyle(T.) Corn-law rhymes. In his Essays. E2C8 

Elliott (Robert) Art and Ireland. iU. 72601 

Ellis (F. H.) Character forming in school. 1907. VL - - 37702 

Ellis (Henry Hayelock) Man and woman. 1S97. ill. - • 57511 

Ellis (James J.) Hugh Latimer [a biography]. - L161 

- John Howard [a biography]. 1S91. H211 

Ellisox (John* H. J.) The [Anglican] Church and national life. 

In Church and Empire, essays. 1907. .... 27401 
Elocution. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

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Elocution. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 5-7. 1906. - 03207-9 

- Mair (W.) Speaking. 1902. 80818 

- Miles (A. H.) and others. New standard elocutionist, ill. - 80806 

- Morison (R. C. H.) ed. Chambers's Elocution. 1906. - - 80805 

- Sutherland (A. C. ) Dramatic elocution and action. 1908. - 80819 

- See also Readings. 

Eloquence. In Emerson (R. W.) Society and solitude. 1S95. - E1E7 
Elphinstone (Sir Howard W.) and others. Conveyancing. 1906. 34707 
Elsie Venner, a romance of destiny ; by O. W. Holmes. - - 118 HI 
Elster's folly, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76W21 

Elton (Charles I. and M. A.) Great book-collectors. 1S93. ill. 01001 
Elusive Pimpernel ; by Baroness Orczy. - - - - - 13 03 

A sequel to "I will repay," 1301. 
Emblems of nature [poems] ; by Mrs. M. Wallace. 1S75. - - 801 W 
Embroidery. Day (L. F.) and Buckle (M.) Art in needlework. 

1907. ill. 74602 

Emeralds chased in gold, islands of the Forth ; by J. Dickson. - 92008 
Emerson (Charles W.) Expressive physical culture, or. 

philosophy of gesture. 1900. ill. ------ 80811 

Emerson, Mary M. In Emerson (R. W. ) Lectures. 1894. - E1E6 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo) The conduct of life. 1902. - - 17006 

- English traits. 1398. E1E3 

- Essays. 2 v. E1E1-2 

1. History. Self-reliance. Compensation. Spiritual laws. Love. 
Friendship. Prudence. The over-soul. Circles. Intellect. Art. 2. The 
poet. Experience. Character. Mauners. Nature. Politics. Nominalist 
and realist. New England reformers. 

- Lectures and biographical sketches. 1894. .... E1E6 

Demonology. Aristocracy. Perpetual forces. Character. Education. 
The sovereignty of ethics. The preacher. The scholar. Plutarch. Historic 
notes of life and letters in New England. Mary Moody Emerson. Thoreau. 

- Letters and social aims. 1S99. E1E4 

- Miscellanies. 1898. E1E10 

The Lord's Supper. Historical discourse in Concord. Address in 
Concord. Address on emancipation in the West Indies. War. The fugitive 
slave law. Woman. The fortune of the Republic. 

- The natural history of intellect, and other papers. 1894. - E1E8 

Memory. Boston. Michael Angelo. Milton. Papers from the " Dial." 

- Nature, addresses, and lectures. 1894. port. - - - E1E5 

The American scholar. An address delivered before the senior class in 
Divinity College, Cambridge, July 14, 183S. Literary ethics. The method 
of nature. Man the reformer. Lecture on the times. The conservative. 
The transcendentalist. The young American. 

- Poems. 1898. port. 201E 

- Representative men. 1899. E1E9 

Plato. Swedenborg. Montaigne. Shakspeare. Napoleon. Goethe. 

- Society and solitude. 1895. E1E7 

Art. Eloquence. Domestic life. Works and days. Books. Clubs. 
Courage. Success. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Froude (J. A.) Representative men. In 

his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. ------ E1F1 

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. In Morley (Viscount) Critical miscellanies. E5M2 
-In Robertson (J. M.) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 

- In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 
EMERTON (Epheaim) Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam. 1899. ill. E011 
Emery (George F. ) A handbook to the Workmen's Compensa- 
tion Act, 1906. 1907. .... - 34702 

- Laws relating to foreigners and foreign corporations. 1908. - 34708 

Emigrant ship ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R25 

Emigration. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- White (A.) and others. Destitute alien in Gt. Britain. 1905. 32501 
Emilia's inheritance ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - - 81 W 28 

Emma [a novel] ; by J. Austen. 60A3 

Emotions. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Bain (A.) The emotions and the will. 187-3. - 15701 
Empedocles. In Blackie (J. S. ) The wise men of Greece. 1S77. 18201 
Ena, or, the ancient Maori ; by G. H. Wilson. - 65 Wl 
Enamelling. For list of related subjects, see Painting. 

- Dawson (Mrs. X. ) Enamela. 1906. WW. ///. - 75101 
Enchanted woods ; by Vernon Lee. 1905. .... 91031 

" Essay 8 on the genius of places [Europe]." 
Encyclopaedias. Johnson (T. H.) Phrases and names, origins, 

meanings. 1906. - - - 99917 

- Timbs (J.) ed. Things not generally known. 1877. 2 v. - 03201-2 

- See also Fallacies. 

Endymion ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. 31 B3 

Energy. See Force. 

Evgels (Fredk.) Socialism, Utopian and scientific. 1892. - 33509 

Engineering. For list of other useful arts, see Arts. Useful. 

- Adams (H.) Cassell's Engineers' handbook. .... 62011 

- Civil engineering ; Drawing for engineers ; Engineering work- 

shop practice. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. 60306-11 

- Clarke (J. W.) Practical science for engineers, etc. 1903. - 69602 

- Duncan (W. G.) Guide to the engineering profession. 1907. ill. 62009 

- Hiscox (G. D. ) Modern steam engineering. 1907. ill. ■ - 62111 

- Larard (C. E.) and Golding (H. A.) Practical calculations for 

engineers. 1907. ill. 62008 

- Rankine (W. J. M.) Manual of civil engineering. 1904. ill. 62003 

- Spencer (H. ) Commercial organisation of engineering factories. 

1907. til. 62004 

- See also Boilers. Bridges. Engineering, Electric. Engineering, 

Marine. Engines. Machinery. Mechanics. Motor-cars. Pumps. 
Railways. Refrigeration. Roads. Sanitary engineering. Saw- 
mills. Shipbuilding. Strength of materials. Tools. Turbines. 
Valves. 
Engineering, Electric. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- In Cassell's Xew technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. - - 60306-11 
-In Cochrane (C. H.) Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. 67002 

Electrical marvels of the last decade. Electricity for the million. 

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Engineering, Electric. Davidge (H. T. ) and Hutchinson (R. W.) 

Technical electricity. 1907. ill. 62406 

- Harrison (N.) Electrical engineering. 1907. ill. - - - 62111 

- Hutchinson (R. W.) Long-distance electric power transmis- 

sion. 1907. bibl. ill. ------- 62411 

- Munro (J. ) and Jamieson (A. ) Electrical rules and tables, ill. 62407 

- Sewell (T. ) Elements of electrical engineering. 1907. ill. - 62417 

- Shaxby (J. H.) Elementary electrical engineering. 1907. - 62419 

- Text-book of electrical engineering. 1907. ill. - - - 62409 

- Yorke (J. P.) Applied electricity. 1906. ill. - - - 62402 

- See also Atlantic cable. Dynamos. Electric batteries. Electric bells. 

Electric currents. Electric instruments. Electric lighting. Electric 
testing. Electric traction. Electric wiring. Electro -plating. 
Telegraphy, Wireless. Telephone. 

Engineering, Marine. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Leask (A. R.) Breakdowns at sea, how to repair them. 1901. ill. 62108 

- Norwell (A. ) Drawing book for marine engineers. 1908. - 62112 

- Sothern (J. W. ) Verbal notes and sketches for marine engineers. 

1906. ill. 62103 

- Tod (J.) and McGibbon (W. C. ) Marine engineers' Board of 

Trade examinations, questions and answers. 1908. ill. 62121 

- See also Indicator. 

Engineers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers. 1874-99. 5 v. port. ill. 99707-11 

1. Vermuyden. Myddelton. Perry. Brindley. 2. Smeaton. Rennie. 
3. Metcalf. Telford. 4. Boulton. Watt. 5. George and Robert Stephenson. 

Engines. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Cochrane (C. H. ) Progress in power producers. In his Modern 

industrial progress. 1904. ill. 67002 

- Reed's Guide to yacht, trawler, launch engines. 1904. ill. - 62113 

- Sharp (A.) Balancing of engines, steam, gas, and petrol. 

1907. ill. 62106 

- See also Gas engine. Steam engine. 

England. Dutt ( W. A. ) Some literary associations of East Anglia. 

1907. bibl. ill. 91718 

- Emerson (R. W.) English traits. 1898. E1E3 

- Hueffer (F. M.) The spirit of the people. 1907. - - - 91613 

"An analysis of the English mind." 

- Martin (T. C.) and others. Gleanings after time. 1907. ill. 91614 

"Chapters in social and domestic history." 

- O'Rell (Max) John Bull and his island. 91609 

- Ruskin (J. ) Future of England. In his Crown of wild olive. 30406 

- Sharp (W. ) Aylwin-land, Wales and East Anglia. In his 

Literary geography. 1907. ill. 91505 

- Skelton (Sir J.) Early English life in the drama. In 

Edinburgh essays, 1856. 1857. E3E1 

- Vaile (P. A.) Wake up, England. 1907. .... 91610 

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England. Willson (B. ) Lost England, our submerged coasts. 

1902. ill. - 55102 

England, History of. See Great Britain, History. 

England's ideal [etc.] social subjects ; by E. Carpenter. 1902. - 30401 

English language. See Language, English. 

English literature. See Literature, English. 

Englishmen [authors], Great, sixteenth century ; by S. Lee. ill. 99608 

Engraving. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- Hayden (A.) Chats on old prints. 1906. hibl. ill. - - 76901 

- Ruskin (J.) Ariadne Florentina, on engraving. 1890. ill. - 76001 

- See also Wood engraving. 

Enterkin, Dumfriesshire. In Brown (J.) Horse subsecivae, v. 3. E1B4 

Enterprise and productive process, economics ; by F. B. Hawley. 33017 

Entertainments. See Amusements. 

Eothen [travel in the east, 1835] ; by A. W. Kinglake. 1904. - 93904 

Ephesians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Epicureanism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- In Brown (J. B.) Stoics and saints. 1S93. - 27029 

The later age of Greek philosophy and the epicurean and stoic schools. 

- Wallace (W.) Epicureanism. 1902. - - - 18701 
Episode of flatland ; by H. C. Hinton. - - 121 HI 
Epitaphs. Briscoe (J. P. ) ed. Gleanings from God's acre. 1901.* 99930 

- Monteith (R.) ed. Collection of epitaphs and monumental in- 

scriptions chiefly in Scotland. 1834. .... 99915 

Epps (William) Land systems of Australasia. 1894. - 33304 

Equality ; by E. Bellamy. 42B1 

A sequel to "Looking backward/' 42B2. 

Equations. Campbell (D. F.) Differential equations. 1907. - 51205 

Erasmus (Desidkrius) Familiar colloquies. .... 87805 

- The praise of folly, port. HI. 87702 

Erasmus, Desiderius. Emerton (E.) Erasmus [a biography], ill. E011 

- Froude (.). A.) Times of Erasmus and Luther. In his Short 

studies, v. 1. E1F1 

- In Jebb (Sir R. C. ) Essays and addresses. 1907. - - - E2J1 

- Meiklejohn (J.) Erasmus. In The reformers. 1885. - - 99812 
Erckmanx (Emile) and Chatrian (A.) The blockade. - - 30E4 
-- The great invasion of 1813-14. - - 30E3 

Histoire d'un consent de 1813. 30 E 2 

Waterloo. 30E5 

Erema, or, my father's sin ; by R. D. Blackmore. - - - 120 B8 

Eric Brighteyes [a romance] ; by H. Rider Haggard.- - - 3H5 

Ernest Maltravers ; by Lord Lytton. 73 L 5 

Error of her ways ; by F. Barrett. 20B3 

Erskine, Ebenezer and R. MacEwen (A. R. ) The Erskines. - E061 
Erskine, John, Life and writings of ; by Sir H. M. Wellwood. 1818. E091 

Ersklne (Thomas) Letters ; ed. by W. Hanna. hibl. mem. - Elll 

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Escorial, the Spanish royal palace ; by A. F. Calvert. 1907. 
ESMAROH (Fri^drich) First aid to the injured. 1907. ill. 
Esperanto. See Language, Esperanto. 
Espinasse (Francis) Life of Voltaire. 189*2. - 
- Literary recollections and sketches. 1893. 



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Concerning the organisation of literature. The Carlyles, and a segment 

of their circle. G. H. Lewes and George Eliot. James Hannay and his 
friends. Literary journalism. Lord Beaconsfield and his minor biographers. 

Essays. Fowler (J. H.) ed. English essays. 1908. - - - 82716 

"Materials and models for composition from the great essayists." 
- General collections of essays will be found under the following 
names : 

Addison (Joseph) 
Arnold (Matthew) 
Ave bury (John Lubbock, 

Lord) 
Bacon (Francis, Viscount St 

Albans) 
[Beeching (Henry C.)] 
Bell (Florence, Lady) 
Birrell (Augustine) 
Blackie (John S.) 
Blatchford (Robert) 
Bosanquet (Bernard) 
Boyd (Andrew K. H.) 
Brimley (George) 
Brown (Dr. John) 
Browne (J. H. B.) 
Buchanan (Robert W.) 
Burrill (Katharine) 
Butler (Samuel) 
Caine (Thomas H. Hall) 
Carlyle (Thomas) 
Clarke (William) 
Collins (John C.) 
Couch (Arthur T. Quiller) 
De Quincey (Thomas) 
Dobson (Henry Austin) 
Dunphie (Charles J.) 



Eliot (George) 
Emerson (Ralph Waldo) 
Foster (John) 
Froude (James A.) 
Goldsmith (Oliver) 
Graham (Hy. G.) 
Harrison (Frederic) 
Headlam (Cecil) 
Heine (Heinrich) 
[Helps (Sir Arthur)] 
Henley (William E.) 
Hewat (Kirkwood) 
Holmes (Oliver W.) 
Hume (David) 
Hunt (James H. Leigh) 
Jacks (William) 
Jebb (Sir Richard C.) 
Kingsley (Charles) 
Lamb (Charles) 
Lee (Vernon) 
Lessing (Gotthold E.) 
Lilly (William S.) 
Lowell (James R.) 
Macaulay (Thomas B 



Montaigne (Michel E. de) 
Morley (John, Viscount) 
M tiller (Friedrich Max) 
Newbigging (Thomas) 
Xicoll (William R.) 
Orr (James) 

Patmore (Coventry K. D.) 
Paul (Herbert W.) 
Pearson (Charles H.) 
Renan (Ernest) 
Repplier (Agnes) 
Ross (Peter) 
Russell (George W. E.) 
Scott (A. B.) 
Smith (Goldwin) 
Spencer (Herbert) 
Steevens (George W.) 
Stephen (Sir Leslie) 
Stevenson (Robert L.) 
Taylor (Isaac) 
Van Dyke (Henry) 
Watson (William) 
Wiide (Oscar) 
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Macdonald (Frederic W.) 
Maurice (Fred. D.) 
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Essenes. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings 

Este, Isabella d', a study ; by Mrs. H. Ady. 1903. 

Esther Wynne [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - 

Estimates. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Coleman (T. E.) Approximate estimates. 1907. - 

" For architects, civil and municipal engineers, estate agents 
tors, etc." 

Etchers. For list of related subjects, see Art, arts, artists. 

- Binyon (L.) Dutch etchers, seventeenth century. 1905. 

Eternal city ; by Hall Caine. 

Eternal news, on time, space, motion [etc.] ; by J. J. Brown. - 
Eternal spring, a novel ; by N. Boyce. ..... 

Ethics. For list of other branches of philosophy, see Philosophy. 

- Aristotle. Nicomachean ethics. 

- Brown (J.) Excursus ethicus. Inhis Horse subsecivae, v. 1. 1897 

- D'Arey (C. F.) A short study of ethics. 1895. 

- Emerson (R. W.) The sovereignty of ethics. In his Lectures. 

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Ethics. Giles (A. E. ) Moral pathology. 1895. - - - 17005 

± Hall (R.) Zeal without innovation. In his Works, v. 4. 1841. 20809 

- Hume (D. ) The principles of morals. In his Essays. - - El HI 

- In Janet (P.) and Seailles (G.) Problems of philosophy, v. 2. - 10905 

- Lecky (W. E. H.) History of European morals from Augustus 

to Charlemagne. 1897. 2 v. - - 17008-9 

- Levy-Bruhl (L. ) Ethics and moral science. 1905. - - - 17004 

- Seth (J.) A study of ethical principles. 1898. - - - 17010 

- In Spinoza (B. de) Works, v. 2. 1887. 19304 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 1, 6-7. 1854-5. - - 19218, 19223-4 

1. Ethical philosophy. 6-7. Active and moral powers of man. 

- See also Business ethics. Character. Charity. Children. Christian 

life. Citizenship. Compensation. Compromise. Conduct of life. 
Conscience. Courage. Duelling. Duty. Etiquette. Friendship. 
Gambling. Good. Happiness. Heroism. Home. Humani- 
tarianism. Humanism. Idlers. Love. Man. Marriage. Maxims. 
Old age. Patriotism. Peace. Pleasantness. Prudence. Right. 
Society. Success. Suicide. Temperance. Thrift. Toleration. 
Truth. Utilitarianism. Vivisection. War. Worry. Youth. 

Ethics of the dust, on crystallization ; by J. Ruskin. 1906. - 54901 

Ethnology. See Man, Natural history of. 

Etiquette. For lists of related subjects, see Customs. Ethics. 

- Bell (Lady) The teaching of manners. In her Minor moralist. 17017 

- Emerson (R. W.) Manners. In his Essays, v. 2. - - - E1E2 

- A manual of etiquette. 39501 

Eucken, Rudolf . Gibson (W.R. B. ) Eueken's Philosophy of life. port. 17902 
Euclid. See Geometry. 

Eugene Aram, a tale ; by Lord Lytton. 73L3 

Eugenie, Empress, Life of ; by J. T. Stoddart. 1906. bill. port. E131 

Eureka [a novel] ; by Owen Hall. 10 HI 

Euripides. Hecuba [Greek text] ; with notes, mem. port. ill. 48804 

- Medea [a tragedy] ; trans, by G. Murray. 1906. - - - 88204 
Euripides. Froude (J. A.) Sea studies. In his Short studies, v. 3. E1F3 

- Mahaffy (J. P.) Euripides [his life and work]. 1879. - - 88205 

- In Pater (W.) Greek studies. 1895. 93817 

The Bacchanals of Euripides. Hippolytus veiled, a study from Euripides. 
Europe. Alison (Sir A.) History of Europe, 1789-1815; with 

index. 1853-6. 13 v. ill. - ... 91018-30 

- Fitchett (W. H. ) How England saved Europe, 1793-1815. 4 v. 91404-7 

1. From the Low Countries to Egypt. 2. The struggle for the sea. 
3. The war in the Peninsula. 4. Waterloo and St. Helena. 

- Forbes (A. H.) Concise history of Europe [27 b.c.-a.d. 1906]. 91011 

- Freeman (E. A.) European history [743 b.c.-a.d. 1871J- maps. 91012 

- Froissart (J.) Chronicles [1326-1400]. 1904.- - - - 91013 

- Grant (A. J.) European history [950 b.c.-a.d. 1896]. ill. maps. 91008 

- Hallam (H.) Europe during the middle ages [481-1496]. 1901. 91005 

- Holmes (O. W.) Our hundred days in Europe. 1895. - - 91004 

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Europe. Lee (Vernon) The enchanted woods. 1905. - - 91031 

•• Essays on the genius of places." 
The sentimental traveller, notes on places. 1908. - - 91017 

Germany. Italy. France. Switzerland. 

- Marryat (F.) Olla podrida. 1897. ill. - - - - 91015 

Diary on the continent. [Etc.] 

- Partsch (J.) Central Europe. 1903. ill. maps. - - - 91010 

- Rose (J. H.) The development of the European nations, 1870- 

1900. 1905. maps, plans. - - - - - - 91032 

- Shelley (Mrs. P. B. and P. B.) History of a six weeks' tour, 

France, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland [1816]. 1888. 82820 

- Thornton (P. M.) Continental rulers in the century. 1903. - 91007 
European literature. See Literature, European. 

Europeans, a sketch ; by H. James. - - - - 7 J 12 

Evan Harrington, a novel ; by G. Meredith. .... 82M1 
Evangelicalism. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Foster (J. ) Some of the causes by which evangelical religion 

has been rendered unacceptable to persons of cultivated 

taste. In his Essays. 1838. ~ E2F1 

- Stephen (Sir J.) " Evangelical" succession. In his Essays. - 99805 
Evans (D. M.) Facts, failures, and frauds. 1859. - - - 03212 

"Revelations, financial, mercantile, criminal." 

Evans (Howard) Our old nobility. 1907. .... 99604 

Evasion du due de Beaufort ; par A. Dumas ; with notes. 1907. ill. 44808 

Eve, a novel ; by S. Baring Gould. 43 G 6 

Evelyn (John) Diary and correspondence [1620-1706]. - - E041 
Evelyn's story, or, labour and wait ; by E. J. Worboise. - - 81W29 

Everett (J. D. ) Elementary text-book of physics. 1898. ill.- 53013 

Every man his own mechanic ; by F. C. Young, ill. - - 69001 
Constructive and decorative work in building. 

Evil. Bacon (F. ) Colours of good and evil. In his Works, v. 7. 19212 
Evolution. For list of related subjects, see Biology. 

- Croll (J.) The philosophical basis of evolution. 1890. - - 57514 

- Darwin (C. ) The descent of man. 1881. ill. - - - 57509 

- Demoor (J.) and others. Evolution by atrophy. 1899. ill.- 57503 

- Drummond (H.) The ascent of man. 1906. - 57513 

- Guenther (C.) Darwinism and the problems of life. 1906. - 57501 

- Haeckel (E.) The last link. 1898. - - - - - 57510 

" Our present knowledge of the descent of man." 

- Lock (R. H. ) Recent progress in evolution [etc.] 1906. ill.- 57516 

- Paulin (G. ) No struggle for existence, no natural selection. 1908. 57515 

- Ritchie (D. G.) Darwinism and politics. 1901. - - - 30103 

- Schmidt (O.) Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 1891. ill. 57504 

- Semper (K.) The natural conditions of existence as they affect 

animal life. 1899. ill. maps. 57502 

- Tyndall (J.) Virchow and evolution. In his Fragments, v. 2. 50410 

- Vernon (H. M.) Variation in animals and plants. 1903. - 57505 

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Evolution. Wallace (A. R.) Darwinism, an exposition. 1889. 

ill. map. - - - - - 57507 

- See also Heredity. Parasites. Sex. Species. Stars. 

Ewald (Alex. C.) Life and times of Prince Charles Stuart. 1883. S261 

EwiNG (Wm.) Arab and Druze at home [Palestine]. 1907. ill. 94505 
Exchange. For list of related subjects, see Money. 

- Easton (H. T. ) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33214 

- Pitman's Bills, cheques, and notes. 1907. .... 33213 
Exercise. Curative exercises for indigestion [etc.] ill. - - 61318 

- Exercise and training, ill. ....... 61319 

Exiles of eternity, Dante's Inferno ; by J. S. Carroll. 1903. - 85101 
Existence. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Pearson (N. ) Some problems of existence. 1907. - - - 12001 
Exodus. See Bible. 

Experience. In Emerson (K. W.) Essays, v. 2. ... E1E2 

Explanations ; by R. Chambers. 1845. ----- 21505 

" A sequel to ' Vestiges of the natural history of creation,' " 21504. 
Exploits of Brigadier Gerard ; by Sir A. Conau Doyle. - - 51 D 20 
Exploratio evangelica ; by P. Gardner. 1907. - 23009 

11 A survey of the foundations of Christianity." 
Explorers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Hartwig (G.) Heroes of the Polar world. 1892. ill. - - 99504 
Expression. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Baldwin (J. M.) The origin of emotional expression. In his 

Fragments. 1903. 10402 

- Warner (F.) Physical expression, its principles. 1885. ill. - 13801 
Eyre, Edward J., Life of ; by H. Hume. 1867. port. - - E151 
Ezekiel. See Bible. 



Fables. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Arnold (Sir E. ) ed. Book of good counsels, from the Sanskrit 

of the " HitopadeSa. " 1905. ill. 89103 

- La Fontaine (J. de) Select fables [In French] ; notes. - - 44848 

- In Lessing (G. E.) Werke, v. 1, 8. 83802, 83811 

1. Fabeln in Prosa. 8. Vorrede und Abhandlungen zu Lessings Fabeln. 

- Miiller (F. Max) The migration of fables. In his Works, v. 8. E2M4 
Factories. For lists of related subjects, see Law. Political economy. 

- Hutchins (B. L.) and Harrison (A.) A history of factory 

legislation. 1907. bibl. 33805 

Facts and comments [essays] ; by H. Spencer. 1902. - - El SI 

Facts, failures, and frauds ; by D. M. Evans. 1859. - - - 03212 

"Revelations, financial, mercantile, criminal." 
Fair Lavinia, and others ; by Mrs. M. E. Wilkins Freeman. - 59 F 3 

Fair maid of Perth ; by Sir W. Scott. 35S22 

Second series of " The chronicles of the Canongate." 

Fair Saxon ; by J. McCarthy. 4 Ml 

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Fairbairn, Sir Win. In Smiles (S.) Industrial biography. 1901. 99716 
Fairy tales. For list of related subjects, see Folk-lore. 

- Blatchford (R. ) The little people. In his Book about books. E5B1 

- Guerber (H. A.) Contes et legendes ; with notes. 1906. 2 v. 44835-6 

- Perrault (0.) and others. Contes de fees ; with notes. 1904.- 44832 
Faith. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Holland (H. S.) Faith. In Lux mundi. 1895. - - - 23004 

- The increase of faith. 1868. 23402 

- Jovvett (B.) On righteousness by faith. In his Interpretation 

of Scripture, and other essays. ------ 20408 

- Lodge (Sir O. J.) Substance of faith, allied with science. - 23403 

"A catechism for parents and teachers." 

Faith and unfaith ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H9 

Faith of men, and other stories ; by Jack London. - - - 51 LI 

Falconer (William) Poetical works. 1870. mem. - - 101 F 
Falconry. For related subjects, see Hunting". 

- Lascelles (G. W.) Falconry. 1901. ill. ... - 79907 
Falkland, Lucius Cary, Viscount. Marriott (J. A. R.) Life and 

times of Lucius Cary. 1907. port. ill. - - - - F201 

Falkland [a story] ; by Lord Lytton. 73 L 2 

Fall of the curtain ; by H. Begbie. 39 Bl 

Fallacies. Ackermann (A. S. E. ) Popular fallacies. 1907. ill. 03211 

- Sidgwick (A.) Fallacies, logic from the practical side. 1901. 16501 
Familiar colloquies ; by Desiderius Erasmus. - - - 87805 
Familiar studies of men and books ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1906. E5S3 
Family. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Starcke (C. N.) The primitive family. 1896. bibl. - - 39201 

Family affair, a novel ; by Hugh Conway. 2 copies. - - 82 C 2 

Family scapegrace ; by J. Payn. 18 P 3 

Famous Scots series, short biographies. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Fanaticism. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- In Madden (R. R.) Phantasmata. 1857. 2 v. - - - 13304-5 

Fancy free ; by C. Gibbon. 21 G4 

Far from the madding crowd ; by T. Hardy. - - - - 21 H 11 

Faraday (Michael) Chemical history of a candle. 1894. ill.- 54104 
Faraday, Michael. In Tynclall (J.) Fragments of science, v. 1. 1902. 50409 

' Farewell, Nikola '; by G. N. Boothby. 2 copies. - - - 72 B 4 

A sequel to "Dr. Nikola's experiment," 72B3. 

Farjeon (Benjamin L. ) The amblers. 3F1 

Farmer (Richard) Essay on the learning of Shakespeare, 1767. 

In Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 1903. - 82504 
Farming. See Agriculture. 

Farquharson (J. A. ) Dictionary of synonyms. - 42401 

Farrar (Frederic W.) The early days of Christianity. 1897. 27030 

- An essay on the origin of language. 1860. - 40101 

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Farrar (Frederic W.) The life of Christ. 2 v. - - 23214-5 

- Life of lives, further studies in the life of Christ. 1900. - 23212 

- The life of Christ as represented in art. 1894. ill. - - 23228 

- Darkness and dawn, or, scenes in the days of Nero. - - 6F5 

- Gathering clouds, a tale of the days of St. Chrysostom. - - 6F4 
Farrell (Frank J. ) Dyeing and cleaning. 1908. ill. - - 66701 
Fasts and feasts. In Russell (Sir E. R.) Editor's sermons. 1901. 26401 

Fatal gift; by F. F. Moore. 106 M 6 

Fatal marksman ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 12. - 29 Dl 

Father and son, study of two temperaments; by E. W. Gosse. 1907. G171 

Father Fabian, the monk of Malham Tower ; by E. J. Worboise. 81 W4 

Father Stafford [a novel] ; by Anthony Hope. - - - 82 H 3 

Faulds (Henry) Nine years in Nipon, Japanese life. 1885. ill. 95306 
Fauna. See Zoology. 

Faust, a dramatic poem; by J. W. von Goethe. - - - 107 G 

Fauth (Philip) The moon in modern astronomy. [1907]. iU. 52311 
Fawdry (R. C.) joint -author. See Playne (H. C.) 

Fea (Allan) Some beauties of the seventeenth century, ill. - 99501 

Felix Holt, the radical ; by George Eliot. 22E4 

Felkin (Mrs. A. L.) See Fowler (Ellen T. ) 

Fellow of Trinity ; by Alan St. Aubyn. .... 4S1 

Fencing. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Pollock (W. H.) and others. Fencing. 1897. bill. ill. - 79613 
Fenelon, Francois de S. de la Mothe, Archbp. In Merlet (G.) et 

Lintilhac (E.) Etudes litteraires, v. 2. 1900. bibl. mem. 84002 

Ferguson, Robert, the plotter ; by J. Ferguson. 1887. - - F071 

Fergusson (R. Menzies) A. Hume and his intimates. 1899. ill. H031 

Fergusson (Robert) Poetical works. In Ramsay [etc.] mem. ill. 82211 

Fergusson, Robert. Grosart (A. B.) Fergusson [a biography]. - F121 
Fermentation. For lists of related subjects, see Botany. Industries. 

Medicine. 

- Schutzenberger (P.) On fermentation. 1903. ill. ■ - - 66301 

- Tyndall (J.) Fermentation and its bearings on surgery and 

medicine. In his Fragments of science, v. 2. 1902. - 50410 

Fernando the Saint, Chronicle of. In Irving (W.) Biographies. 81803 
Ferns. For lists of related subjects, see Botany. Gardening. 

- Heath (F. G.) The fern world. 1898. ill. • 58701 
Ferrier, James F. [a biography] ; by E. S. Haldane. 1899. - F131 
Ferrier (Susan E.) Destiny, or, the chief's daughter. - - 13F2 

- The inheritance. 13 Fl 

Ferrier, Susan E. In Douglas (Sir G. B. S.) 'Blackwood' group. 99928 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. 82108 
Fersen (Hans A., comte de) Diary and correspondence, port. ill. F051 

Fettered for life, a novel ; by F. Barret c. 20 B 2 

Feuillet (Octave) Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre; notes. 44818 

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Fianu. Craigie (W. A.) The legend of the Fianu in the Highland 

bards. In The old Highlands. 190S. - - - 92211 

Fiction. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Baker (E. A.) A descriptive guide to the best fiction. 190.3. - 02803 

- - History in fiction. [1907]. 2 v. 02810-11 

1. English fiction. 2. American and foreign fiction. 

- McConchie (P.) trans. Cameos from foreign literature [French 

and German fiction]. 1904. 84301 

- Pain (B.) First lessons in story-writing. 1907. - - - 02901 

- Roberton (W.) The novel-reader's handbook. 1899. - - 02813 

11 A brief guide to recent novels and novelists." 

- Ruskin (J.) Fiction, fair and foul. In his On the old road, v. 3. 70408 

- Saintsbury (G-. E. B. ) The historical novel, Scott and Dumas 

[etc.] In his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. - 82108 

- In Stevenson (R. L.) Memories and portraits. 1906. - - E5S4 

A gossip on romance. A humble remonstrance. 

- Tuckerman (B.) A history of English prose fiction. 1882. - 82602 

" From Sir Thomas Malory to George Eliot." 

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Aldrich (Thomas B.) 
Allen (Grant) 
Allen (James L.) 
Altsheler (Joseph A.) 
Andom (JR.) 
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Atherton (Gertrude F.) 
Austen (Jane) 
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Bacheller (Irving) 
Bailey (Henry C.) 
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Cromie (R.) 

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Russell (William Clark) 
St. Aubyn (Alan) 
St. John (Sir Spencer) 
Saintine.(X. B.) 
Schreiner (Olive) 



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Segur (Comtesse dc) 
Se well (Elizabeth M.) 
Shannon (W. F.) 
Sheehan (Patrick A.) 
Sheldon (Charles M.) 
Shelley (Percy B.) 
Shiel (Matthew P.) 
Shorthouse (Joseph H.) 
Sienkiewicz (Henryk) 
Silverston (Cyril J.) 
Simpson (Robert) 
Sims (George R.) 
Sinclair (F.) 
Sinnett (Alfred P.) 
Smedley (Frank E.) 
Smith (Francis H.) 
Snaith(JohnC) 
Souvestre (Emile) 
Speight (Thomas W.) 
Spyri (Johanna) 
Stael (Madame de) 
Steel (Mrs. Flora A.) 
Steuart (John A.) 
Stevenson (Robert L.) 
Stockton (Frank R.) 
Storm (Theodor W.) 
Stowe (Mrs. Harriet B.) 
Strain (Mrs. Euphans H.) 
Sutcliffe (Halliwell) 
Swan (Annie S.) 
Swan (Myra) 
Swift (Jonathan) 
Tarkington (Booth) 
Tautphceus (Baroness) 
Thackeray (William M.) 
Thurston (Ernest T.) 
Thurston (Mrs. Katherine 

C) 
Tolstoy (Count Lyof N.) 
Tracy (Louis) 
Travers (Graham) 
Trollope (Anthony) 
Troubridge (Laura, Lady) 
Turgenev (Ivan) 
Twain (Mark) 



Tynan (Katharine) 
Tytler (Sarah) 
Upward (Allen) 
Valdes (Armando P.) 
Vigny (Alfred, comte de) 
Volkmann (Richard von) 
Voltaire (Francois M. A. de) 
Voynich (Mrs. Ethel L.) 
Walford (Mrs. Lucy B.) 
Walker (Archibald S.) 
Ward (Mrs. Humphry) 
Warden (Florence) 
Warner (Susan) 
Warren (Samuel) 
Watson (John) 
Wells (Herbert G.) 
Werner (E.) 
Westall (William) 
Weyman (Stanley J.) 
Whishaw (Fred) 
Whitby (Beatrice) 
White "(William H.) 
Whiteing (Richard) 
Wiggin (Kate D.) 
Wilbrandt (Adolf) 
Wilde (Oscar) 
Williamson (C. X. and Mrs. 

A. M.) 
Wilson (George H.) 
Wilson (James M.) 
Winter (John Strange) 
Wister (Owen) 
Wollev (Clive P.) 
Wood (Mrs. Henry) 
Wood (Walter) 
Woods (Mrs. Margaret L.) 
Worboise (Emma J.) 
Wyndham (Horace) 
Yeats (Sidney L.) 
Yonge (Charlotte M.) 
Yorke (Curtis) 
Zack 

Zangwill (Israel) 
Zigler (Heinrich A. von) 

Zola (Emile) 

Zschokke (Johann H. D.) 



Fiddes (Edward) and others. Historical essays. 1907. majis. 90409 

Field (Michael) Wild honey [poems]. 1908. .... 201F 

Field (Walter T.) Fingerposts to children's reading. 1907. - 02812 

Field and hedgerow, essays [on nature] ; by R. Jefferies. 1907. 50414 
Fielding, Henry. Stephen (Sir L.) Fielding's novels. In his 

Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. E6S2 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - 12T7 
Fife. Stevenson (R. L. ) Random memories. In his Across the 

plains, with other essays. 1905. E5S1 

- Wood (W.) The east neuk of Fife. 1887. - - - 92501 

" Its history and antiquities." 

Fights for the flag ; by W. H. Fitchett. 1904. ill. plans. - 91411 
Fildes, Sir Luke. Thomson (D. C.) The life and work of Luke 

Fildes. 1895. port. ill. F061 

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FIL GLA SGOW P UBLIC LIBRA RIES. 

Fille du chanoine [etc.] ; par E. F. V. About ; with notes. 1886. 44801 
Finance. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Evans (D. M.) Facts, failures, and frauds, revelations. 1859. 03212 

- Root (J. W. ) Studies in British national finance. 1901. - 33605 

- See also National debt. Taxation. 

Financier's wife ; by F. Warden. 16 Wl 

Finding the way [Christian life] ; by J. R. Miller. 1904. - - 17104 

Findlater (Jane H.) The green graves of Balgowrie. - - 18F1 
Findlay (George G.) The books of the prophets. 1900. v. 1-3. 22509-11 

Finlayson (James) Life and works of Maister Peter Lowe. - L031 

Finot (Jean) Race prejudice. 1906. 57202 

Fionn. See Whyte (Henry). 

Firm of Girdlestone, a romance ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 15 

First aid. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Esmarch (F.) First aid to the injured, lectures. 1907. Ul. - 61408 
First things first, addresses to young men ; by G. Jackson. 1895. 25207 
Firth (John B.) Constantine the Great [a biography]. 1905. - C071 
Fiscal problem. See Free trade and protection. 

Fish, fishing. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Sports. 
Vertebrates. 

- Bickerdyke (John) and others. Sea fishing. 1902. Ul. - 79908 

- Marston (E. ) By meadow and stream, memories. 1S96. ill. 79903 

- - Days in clover. 1892. ill. 79904 

Dove Dale revisited, with other holiday sketches. 1902. ill. 79905 

Fresh woods and pastures new. 1S88. - 79928 

- - An old man's holidays. 1900. ill. - - 79927 
On a sunshine holyday. 1897. ill. - 79926 

- Marston (R. B.) Walton, and earlier writers on fishing. 1S94. 79931 

- Martin (J. W.) My fishing days and fishing ways. ill. - - 79930 

- Pennell (H. C.) and others. Fishing. 1903-4. 2 v. ill. - 79912-3 

1. Salmon and trout. 2. Pike and other coarse fish. 

- Pycraft (W. P.) The story of fish life. 1901. ill. - 59701 

- Shaw (P. G.) The science of dry fly fishing. 1906. ill. - 79944 

- Walton (I.) The complete angler. 1901. .... 79935 

- Wright (S.) The romance of the world's fisheries. 1908. ill. 63903 

- See also Pike. Salmon. Trout. Whaling. 

Fisher (Irving) The nature of capital and income. 1906. - 33018 

Fisher lass ; by B. Bjornson. - 60B2 

Fisherman and his soul [a story] ; by O. Wilde. - - - 96 W 2 

Fisherman's Gat ; by E. Noble. 20 Nl 

Fison (A. H.) The evolution of double stars. In Lectures. 1906. 50702 
Fitch (Sir J.) T. and M. Arnold and English education. 1897. A031 
Fitchett (William H.) Deeds that won the Empire. 1905. ill. 91410 

- Fights for the flag. 1904. ill. plans. 91411 

- How England saved Europe, 1793-1815. 1899-1907. 4 v. ill. 91404-7 
Fittis (Robert S.) Sports and pastimes of Scotland. 1891. - 79624 

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Fitz-Boodle papers ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 82804, 12 T 2 
Fitzgerald (C. C. ¥.) Adm. Rooke. In Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 
FitzGerald, Edward, Life of; by T. Wright. 1904. 2 v. bill. F181-2 
FitzGerald (Edward A.) The highest Andes. 1899. ill. maps. 98003 
Fitzgerald (George F.) Lord Kelvin [a biography]. 1899. - K011 
Fitzgerald (Percy H.) Life of Charles Dickens. 1905. 2 v. ill. D 123-4 
Fitz-Gerald (Siiafto J. A. ) Stories of famous songs. 1898. - 78422 
Fitzmaurice(EdmondG., Lord) Life of Earl Granville. 1905. 2 v. G051-2 
Fitzpatrick (Sir James P.) Jock of the bushveld. 1907. ill. - 79941 
Fitzpatrick (Samuel A. 0.) Dublin, historical and topo- 
graphical. 1907. ill. - 92613 

Fitzpatrick (Wm. J.) Memoirs of Richard Whately. 1864. 2 v. W121-2 
Five nations [poems] ; by R. Kipling. 1903. .... 303K 
Fives. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Ainger (A. C.) Fives. 1903. ill. 79616 

Flags. Macgeorge (A.) Flags, their history and uses. 1881. ill. 99901 
Flame of fire ; by J. Hocking. 65 HI 

A sequel to " Lest we forget," 65 H 9. 

Flames, a London phantasy; by R. S. Hichens. - - 58 HI 

Fleck (Konrad) Flore und Blanscheflur. 802 G 

Fleeing nymph, and other verse; by L. Mifflin. 1905. - - 101 M 

Flegeljahre ; von J. P. F. Richter. In his Werke, v. 6. - - 31 R4 

Fleming (J. S.) The old Castle Vennal of Stirling. 1906. ill. 92509 

Fleming (Jane A.) Common-sense needlework, ill. - - 64603 

Fleming, Margaret. In Brown (J.) Horee subsecivse, v. 3. 1897. E1B4 

- Macbean (L.) The story of pet Marjorie. 1904. port. ill. - F081 
Fletcher, Andrew, of Saltoun [biography]; by G.W.T.Omond. 1897. F141 
Fletcher, John W. In Ryle (J. C.) Christian leaders. 1899. - 99814 
Fletcher (Joseph S.) Grand relations, a rustic comedy. - - 30F2 

- Lucian the dreamer. ..-.._.. 30F1 

- The threshing-floor. 30F3 

Fletcher (Margaret) Life and character in Hungary. 1892. - 92908 

Fletcher (W. C.) Elementary geometry. 51302 

Flies in amber [stories] ; by George Egerton. .... 18E1 
Flight. See Aerial navigation. 

Flight of the shadow ; by G. MacDonald. 10M14 

Flints. Sollas (W. J.) Origin and formation of flints. In his 

Age of the earth, geological studies. 1908. ill. - - 55006 

Flood-tide [sermons] ; by G. H. Morrison. 1906. - - - 25226 

Flore und Blanscheflur ; von K. Fleck. 802 G 

Florence. Ruskin (J.) Mornings in Florence, Christian art. 1901. 70906 

- Villani (G.) Chronicle; trans, by R. E. Selfe. 1906. - - 93709 

"Selections from the first nine books of the ' Chroniche Florentine.'" 
Florentine nights ; by H. Heine. In his Prose writings. - - E2H1 

Florentine tragedy ; by 0. Wilde. 1908. 1002W 

Florida. Irving (T.) The conquest of Florida. .... 97501 

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FLO GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Flower-o'-the-corn ; by S. K Crockett. 118C21 

Flower of forgiveness ; by Mrs. F. A. Steel. .... 110 SI 

Flower of France ; by J. H. McCarthy. 137M4 

Flower of the forest ; by C. Gibbon. 21 G 5 

Flowers. For lists of related subjects, see Botany. Gardening. 

- Henslow (G.) How to study wild flowers. 1907. ill. - - 58212 

The origin of floral structures. 1893. ill. - - - 58109 

The story of wild flowers. 1904. ill. - 58202 

- Jefferies (R.) Wild flowers. In his The open air. 1905. - 50408 

- Jekyll (G.) Flower decoration in the house. 1907. ill. - 71604 

- Step (E.) Wayside and woodland blossoms. 1905. 2 v. ill. 58209-10 

- Taylor (J. E.) Flowers, origin, shapes, colours. 1906. ill. - 58103 

- See also Rose. 

Fluids. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 1. 1905. ill. - 53104 

- Sanderson (F. W.) Hydrostatics for beginners. 1905. ill. - 53206 

- Wagstaff (C. J. L.) and Bloomer (G. C.) Hydrostatics [etc.] - 53107 
Fol(E.) After big game in central Africa. 1899. port. ill. map. 79902 
Fogazzabo (Antonio) The patriot. .... . 56F1 

- The man of the world [a sequel to " The patriot "]. - - 56 F 3 

- The saint [a sequel to " The man of the world "J - - - 56F2 
Folk of the wild [animal habits] ; by B. Atkey. 1907. ill. - 59120 
Folk-lore. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Campbell (J. F. | ed. Tales of the west Highlands. 4 v. ill. - 39810-3 

- Campbell (J. G.) Witchcraft and second sight in the High- 

lands and islands of Scotland. 1902. .... 39823 

- Choice notes from ' ; Notes and queries," folk lore. 1859. - 39815 

- Dasent (Sir G. W. ) Popular tales from the Norse. - - - 39814 

11 With an essay on the origin and diffusion of popular tales." 

- Gregory (Lady) Saints and wonders [Irish folk-lore]. 11><>7. - 39820 

- Hanauer (J. E.) Folk-lore of the Holy Land. 1907. - - 39819 

- Kipling (R.) The jungle book. 28K3 

- - The second jungle book. 28 K4 

Just so stories. 28K2 

- Muller (F. Max) Mythology and folk-lore. In his Works, v. 8. E2M4 

- Stewart (A.) Nether Lochaber. 1883. 92205 

•■ Natural history, legends, and folk-lore of the west Highlands." 

- Vaux (J. E.) Church folklore. 1894. 39817 

" Post-reformation usages in the English Church, now mostly obsolete." 

- See also Fairy tales. Mythology. Proverbs. Superstition. Witchcraft. 
Folk-speech of Cumberland, stories and rhymes ; by A. C. Gibson. 82852 
Follow the gleam, a tale ; by J. Hocking. 65 H 6 

A sequel to " A flame of fire." 65 HI. 
Folly. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Erasmus (Desiderius) The praise of folly, ill. - • - 87702 
Fond adventures, tales : by M. Hewlett. 57H3 

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Fontainebleau. In Stevenson (R. L.) Across the plains [etc.] - E5S1 
Food. For list of related subjects, see Health. 

- Bullen (F. T.) The ocean as a source of food supply. In his 

Our heritage the sea. 1906. ------ 55108 

- Smith (E.) Foods. 1890. ill. - 61304 

- See also Beverages. Vegetarianism. 

Fool errant ; by M. Hewlett. 57H1 

Football. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Shearman (M.) and others. Football. 1904. ill. - - 79706 
Footprints of the Creator [fossils] ; by H. Miller, ill. - - 56002 

For cash only, a novel; by J. Payn. 18 P 7 

For faith and freedom [a story] ; by Sir W. Besant. - - - 48 B 4 

For Maimie's sake, a tale ; by G. Allen. - - - - - 26 A 3 

For Maisie, a love story ; by K. Tynan. 64 T 2 

For richer, for poorer ; by E. H. Fowler. 44F1 

Fokbes (Arch. ) The " Black Watch," an historic regiment. 1903. 35601 

- Memories and studies of war and peace. 1896. port. - - 90412 

Ten years of war correspondence. Moltke before Metz. The dark days 
of Sedan. The crushing of the Commune. War correspondence as a fine 
art. Soldiers I have known. [Etc.] 

- Souvenirs of some continents. 1894. 90406 

Skobeleff. How I became a war correspondent. The Emperor 
[Napoleon III.] and his Marshal [Bazaine]. Social Australia. MacGahan, 
the American war correspondent. Wolseley, a character sketch. Inter- 
viewed by an Emperor [Alexander II.] Some society aspects of America. 
Christmastide in the Khyber Pass. [Etc.] 

Forbes (Avary H.) A concise history of Europe. 1906. maps. 91011 
Forbes (Henry P.) The Johannine literature and Acts of the 

apostles. 1907. 22605 

Forbes, James D., Life ; by J. C. Shairp and others. 1873. ill. F171 

Forbes, Stanhope and Elizabeth [lives of] ; by Mrs. L. Birch. 1906. F011 
Force. For related subjects, see Mechanics. 

- Emerson (R. W. ) Perpetual forces. In his Lectures. 1894. E1E6 

- Stewart (B.) The conservation of energy. 1900. ill. - - 53102 

- Tyndall (J.) Matter and force. In his Fragments, v. 2. 1902. 50410 
Ford (Robert) The heroines of Burns and their celebrating 

songs. 1906. mem. port. ...... 82402 

- Thistledown, Scotch humour, character [etc.] ill. - - 91830 
Fordham (Montague) Mother earth [land question]. 1908. - 33306 
Forest days, or, Robin Hood ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6 J 8 
Forest lovers, a romance ; by M. Hewlett. - 57 H5 
Forestry. For list of related subjects, see Agriculture. 

- Curtis (C. E.) Practical forestry. 1908. - 63402 

- Rodway (J.) Forest and stream. 1896. ill. - 58203 
Forging. See Blacksmithing. 

Forman (Justus M.) The garden of lies, a romance. - - 39 F 2 

- Tommy Carteret. 39 Fl 

Forrest (David W. ) The Christ of history and of experience. - 23221 

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Forrest (J. D.) Development of western civilization. 1907. - 30105 
Fors clavigera, letters to workmen ; by J. Ruskin. 4 v. ill. 30407-10 
Forster (Johx) The life of Charles Dickens, ill. - - - D121 
Forster, John. Browne (J. H. B.) "Walter S. Landor, a bio- 
graphy." In his Essays, v. 1. 1907. .... E6B1 
Forsyth (David) Linear perspective. 1890. .... 51501 
Fortescue (J. W.) Marlborough. In Cromwell to Wellington. 99610 
Forth. Dickson (J.) Emeralds chased in gold, islands of the 

Forth. 1899. ill. 92008 

Forth and Clyde canal. Crawford (J. L.) Forth and Clyde 

ship canal in relation to development of commerce, plan*. 92502 

Fortune's favourite ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W5 

Fortunes of Cyril Denham ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81 W 30 

Fortunes of Farthings [a novel] ; by A. J. Dawson. - - - 21D1 

Fortunes of Nigel ; by Sir W. Scott. 2 copies. - - - - 35 S3 

Forty- rive guardsmen ; by A. Dumas. 58 D 6 

Sequel to ' Chicot the jester,' " 58 D 5. 

Fosdick (Luctax J.) The French blood in America. 1906. ill. 96802 
Fossils. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Baily (W. H.) Characteristic British fossils. 1875. ill. - 56001 

- Dawson (Sir J. W.) Geological history of plants. L888. iff. 56101 

- Miller (H.) Footprints of the Creator. ///. .... 56002 

- See also Reptiles. 

Foster (John) Essays in a series of letters. 1838. - - - E2F1 

On a man's writing memoin of himself. Decision of character. The 
application of the epithet romantic. Borne of th - which ^ 
gelical religion has been rendered unacct | of cultivated 



taste. 

- Lectures [on religious subjects]. 1853 

- Observations on Robert Hall's character as a preacher. In 

Hall (R.) Works v. 0. 1832. 

Foster, John. Hall(R.) Foster's Essays. In his Works, v. 4. 1841. 

Fo>ter (Lillian) ed. Geschichten and Miirchen : with notes. - 
Fothergill (Jessie) From Moor Isles, a love story. 

- Healey. - 

- Probation, a novel. --------- 



L*? o 



port. 



ForcnE (Joseph, Dike of Otraxto) Memoirs. 1S2.~). 

Foul play ; by C. Reade and D. Boucicault. .... 

Foulis (Hugh). See Munro (Xeil). 

Found dead ; by J. Payn. 

Foundered galleon ; by W. Chesney. 

Founding of fortunes ; by J. Barlow. ------ 

Four feathers ; by A. E. W. Mason. 2 copies. - - - - 

Four meetings [a story] ; by H. James. 

Fourier (Francois M. C.) Selections from [his] works. 1901.- 

Fourier. Francois M. C. Kaufmann <M.) Fourier and the 

Phalanstere. In his Ltopias. 1879. ... - 

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Fournier d'Albe (E. E. ) The electron theory. 1906. - - 53707 

Fourth estate ; by A. P. Valdes. - - - - - - 2 VI 

Fowler (Edith H.) For richer, for poorer. .... 44F1 

Fowler (Elles T.) Concerning Isabel Carnaby. - - - 45F4 

- Cupid's garden [stories]. - ------- 45F5 

- A double thread. 45F6 

- Fuel of fire. 45F2 

- In subjection. 45F7 

- Sirius, and other stories. 45 F 3 

- and Felkin (A. L.) Kate of Kate Hall. 45F1 

Fowler (Henry T.) joint-author. See Sanders (Frank K.) 

Fowler (J. H.) ed. English essays. 1908. - - - - 82716 

Fowler [a story] ; by B. Harraden. - - - - - - 24 HI 

Fox (Arthur W.) The rating of land values. 1906.- - - 33602 

Fox (George) Journal; abridged by P. L. Parker. 1906. - F092 

An account of the early Quakers. 
Fox, Geo. Taylor (E. E. ) Cameos from the life of Fox. bibl. port. ill. F091 

Foxe (John) The book of martyrs. 27202 

Framley Parsonage ; by A. Trollope. 43 T 6 

A sequel to " Doctor Thome," 43 T 4. 

France. In Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization, v. 2. bibl.- 90304 

- Edwards (M. B.) East of Paris. 1902. col. ill. - - - 93106 

"Sketches in the Gatinais, Bourbonnais, and Champagne." 

Literary rambles in France. 1907. ill. - 93304 

- Graham (H. G.) Society in France before the revolution. 

In his Literary and historical essays. 1908. - - - E1G1 

- Guizot (F. P. G.) The history of France to [1789]. 1879. ill. 93105 

- Guthrie (A.) Bowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. ill. 93118 

- Hammerton (J. A.) In the track of R. L. Stevenson, and else- 

where in old France. 1907. ill. 93303 

- Harrison (F.) France after war [1874]. In his Problems. - 30413 

- Kingsley (C.) The ancien regime. In his Lectures. 1902. - 90411 

- Lebon(A.) Modern France, 1789-1895. 1897. bibl. ill. - 93101 

- In Lee (Vernon) The sentimental traveller. 1908. - - 91017 

- Masson (G.) Mediaeval France [a history, 987-1515]. 1897. ill. 93103 

- Morley (Viscount) France in the eighteenth century. In his 

Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. E5M4 

- O'Rell (Max) Jacques Bonhomme [sketches of French life]. - 93108 

- Powell (G. H. et O. B.) La France monarchique. 1906. - 93111 

- Rocquain (F.) Revolutionary spirit preceding the French 

revolution. 1894. 93104 

- Stevenson (R. L.) An inland voyage. 1898. ... - 93107 

- Wendell (B.) The France of to-day. 1907. - - - - 93117 

- Young (A.) Travels in France, 1787-9. 1906. map. - - 93113 

- See also Franco-German war. 

France, Revolutions. Bax (E. B.) The French revolution. 1902. 93205 

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FRA GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

France, Revolutions. In Burke (E.) Works, v. 2-3, 5. 1901. 82812-3,82815 

2. Reflections on the revolution in France. Letter to a member of the 
National Assembly [1791]. 3. Thoughts on French affairs [1791]. The policy 
of the allies with respect to France [1793; with appendix]. 5. Letters on 
peace with the regicide Directory of France. 

- Carlyle (T.) The French revolution [1774-95]. - - - 93207 
Parliamentary history of the revolution. In his Essays, v. 6. E2C10 

- Dowden (E.) French revolution and English literature. 1S97. 82103 

- Forbes (A.) The crushing of the Commune. In his Memories 

and studies. 1896. 90412 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Campagne in Frankreich, 1792. In his 

Werke, v. 4. 83832 

- Harrison (F. ) Histories of the French revolution. In his 

Choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. - - - E3H1 

What the revolution of 1789 did. In his Meaning of history, 

and other historical pieces. 1903. 90404 

- Lamartine (A. M. L. de) Scenes de la revolution francaise ; 

with notes. 1906. - - 44831 

History of the Girondists. 3 v. mem. - - -93201-3 

- MacLehose (S. H.) From the Monarchy to the Republic in 

France, 1788-92. 1904. bibl. HI. 93208 

- Mignet (F. A.) History of the French revolution, L 789-1814. - 93206 

- Wadia(F. A.) The philosophers and the French revolution. 1904. 93204 

- Warwick (C. F.) Mirabeau and th< French revolution. 1906. M101 

- See also Diamond necklace. 

Francia, Jose G. R. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, ▼. 7. - - - E2C11 
Francis of Assisi, St. In Stephen (Sir J.) Essays, ▼. 1. VMu. - 99804 
Francis family. The Francis letters. 2 v. port. HI. - - Flll-2 

"Sir Philip Francis and other members of the family ; with i note on 

the Junius controversy." 

Franciscan friar, a satire ; by G. Buchanan. .... 1601B 
Franco -German war. In Harrison (F.) National problems. 1908. 30413 

BiBmarckiBm. The duty of England. 

- Hozier (Sir EL M.) "/. Franco-Prussian war. 2 v. ill. maps. 93109-10 

- Liliencron (D. von) Anno 1ST . Kriegsbilder ; with notes. - 43810 

- Moltke(Countvon)TheFranco-German\var(»f InTO-1. 1907. map. 93114 
Frank Fairlegh [a story] ; by F. E. Srnedley. - - - - 80 SI 
Frank Hilton, or, " The Queen's Own " ; by J. Grant. - - 51G3 
Frank Mildmay, a tale ; by Captain F. Mairvat. - - - 52M3 
Frankland (William B.) The story of Euclid. 1902. - - 51301 
Franklin, Benjamin. Morse (J. T.) Franklin [a biography]. 1*89. F032 

- Thayer (W. M.) Benjamin Franklin [a biography]. 19(H). port. F031 
Franks. Sergeant (L. ) The Franks [a history]. 1S9S. ill. maps. 93102 
Fraser (Alexander C.) Thomas Reid [a biography]. 1898. - R121 
Fraser (Alex. D.) Some reminiscences aud the bagpipe. 1907. 78801 
Fraser (Edward) Champions of the fleet [navy]. 1906. HI. - 91225 
Eraser ( W. H. ) and Squair (J. ) Heatlvs French grammar. 1907. 44833 
Frazer (James G. ) Pansanias, and other Greek sketches. 1900. 93804 

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Frazer (R. W.) British India [a history]. 1896. ill. maps. - 94703 

Frederic (Harold) Gloria mundi. 55 Fl 

Frederick the Great. Carlyle (T.) Frederick the Great. 10 v. - F 041 -10 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. El Ml 

Frederick III., German Emperor. Mackenzie (Sir M.) The fatal 

illness of Frederick the Noble. 1888. ill. - - - F021 
Free trade and protection. For related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Avebury (Lord) Our fiscal policy. In his Essays, 1903. - E2A2 

- Burgis (E.) Perils to British trade, how to avert. 1904. - 33702 

- Chapman (S. J.) The history of trade between the United 

Kingdom and the United States. 1899. - 33703 
" With special reference to the effect of tariffs." 

- George (H.) Protection or free trade. 1890.- - - - 33704 

" An examination of the tariff question." 

- Welsford (J. W.) The strength of nations. 1907. bibl. - 33705 

An historical examination of the fiscal question, favourable to protection. 

Free will. Jowett (B. ) Predestination and free will. In his 

Interpretation of Scripture, and other essays. - - - 20408 
Freedom. See Liberty. 

Freedom's sword, a tale; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 32 

Freeholder [essays]; by J. Addison. In h is Works, v. 4-5.- - E1A5-6 

Freeman (Edward A. ) Sicily, Phoenician, Greek, Roman. 1894. 93702 

- Sketch of European history [743 B.C. -a. d. 1S71]. 1903. maps. 91012 
Freeman (Kenneth J. ) Schools of Hellas, Greek education, ill. 37010 
Freeman (Mrs. Mary E. Wilkins) The fair Lavinia, and others. 59 F 3 

- Jerome, a poor man. - - - - - - - 59 F 2 

- Understudies, short stories. - - - - - - 59 Fl 

Freeman (William G.) and others. The world's commercial 

products. 1907. col. ill. maps. 90604 

Freemasonry. De Quincey (T. ) The origin of the rosier ucians and 

free-masons. In his Collected writings, v. 13. - - 82801 

Freer (Ada M. Goodrich) In a Syrian saddle. 1905. - - 94406 
Freese (J. H.) A short popular history of Crete. 1897. maps. 93908 
Fremantle (Sir Edmund R.) Adm. Hawke ; Boscawen. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

Fremantle (Elizabeth) Comrades two. 57 Fl 

French language. See Language, French. 

French literature. See Literature, French. 

French Nan ; by A. and E. Castle. - - - - - 30 C 2 

A sequel to "Incomparable Bellairs," 30C5. 

Fresh woods and pastures new [fishing, etc.] ; by E. Marston. - 79928 

Freuden des jungen Wert hers ; von C. F. Xicolai. - - - 83202 

Freytag (Gustav) Die Geschwister [ein Roman]. - - - 58 Fl 

Friendly counsels [conduct of life] ; by F. B. Meyer. 1901. - 17012 
Friendly societies. Jacks (W.) Benefits and influences of friendly 

societies. In his Singles from life's gathering. 1903. - E1J1 
Friends in council [essays]; by [Sir A. Helps]. 1894-1900. 2 v. E6H1-2 

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Friends that fail not, essays [on] books ; by C. Headlam. 1902. E8H1 
Friendship. In Emerson (R. W.) Essays, v. 1.- - E1E1 

Frobishers, a story of the Potteries ; by S. Baring Gould. - - 43 G 2 
Froebel (FriedrichW. A.) Letters on the kindergarten. 1891. 37203 

- Pedagogics of the kindergarten. 1906. ill. - 37202 
Froebel, Friedrich W. A. Blake (H.W.) Life of Froebel. port. ill. 37206 
Froissart (Jean) Chronicles ; trans, by Lord Berners. 1904. - 91013 
From garden to cross, our Lord's passion ; by A. B. Cameron. 1896. 23218 
From kitchen to garret [house decoration]; by Mrs. J. E. Panton. 74907 
From log-cabin to White House, Garfield's life; by W. M. Thayer. G022 
From Moor Isles, a love story ; by J. Fothergill. - - - 42 F 2 
From my window in Chelsea [sketches] ; by E. F. Maitland. - 82808 
From Naboth'a vineyard [S. Africa] ; by Sir W. F. Butler. 1907. 96501 
From one generation to another ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - 85 M9 
From paleoiith to motor car, tales ; by H. Lowerison. - - 57L1 
From spring to fall [nature]; by J. A. O. Visger and D. Jordan. 1894. 50405 
From tan-yard to White House, Grant's life ; .by W. M. Thayer. G151 
From the land of the shamrock [stories] ; by J. Barlow. - - 16 B 3 
From the memoirs of a minister of France ; by S. J. Weyman. - 44W6 
From their point of view [the poor] ; by M. Loane. 190S. - 33903 
Frondes agrestes [from] ' Modern painters ' ; by J. Raskin. 190*2. 75808 
Frontiers. For list of related subjects, see Geography. 

- Curzon (Lord) Frontiers. 1907. - - 90506 
Froude, Hurrell, memoranda and comments ; by L. I. Guiney. port. F151 
Froude (James A.) Bunyan [his life and work]. 1902. - - B411 

- History of England [1529-88]. 12 \ . 91326-37 

- Oceana, or, England and her colonies. 1907. /'//. - - - 32502 

- Short studies on great subjects. 1903-5. 4 v. - - - E1F1-4 

1. Science of history. Times of Erasmus and Luther. Influence of 
the reformation on the Scottish character. Plea for the free discussion of 
theological difficulties. Criticism and the Gospel history. The Book of Job. 
Spinoza. Dissolution of the monasteries. England's forgotten worthies 
[16th century seamen]. Homer. Lives of the saints. Representative men. 
Reynard the fox. The cat's pilgrimage. 2. Calvinism. A bishop of the 
twelfth century [St. Hugh of Lincoln]. Newman on the 'Grammar of 
assent.' Condition and prospects of Protestantism. England and her 
colonies. A fortnight in Kerry. Reciprocal duties of state and subject. 
Progress. The colonies once more. Education. England's war [colonies]. 
Ireland since the L'nion. Scientific method applied to history. 3. Annals 
of an English abbey [St. Albans]. Revival of Romanism. Sea studies 
[Euripides]. Society in Italy in the last days of the Roman Republic. 
Lucian. Divus Caesar. Uses of a landed gentry. Party politics. Leaves 
from a South African journal [1S74]. 4. Thomas Becket. The Oxford 
counter-reformation. Origen and Celsus. A Cagliostro of the second 
century [Alexander of Abonotichus]. Cheneys and the house of Russell. 
A siding at a railway station. [Etc.] 

- Thomas Carlyle, first forty years of his life. 1903. 2 v. til. C 103-4 

- Thomas Carlyle, his life in London, 1834-81. 1902. 2 v. - C101-2 
Froude, James A. Harrison (F.) Froude"s Life of Carlyle. In his 

Choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. - - - E3H1 

- Jebb (SirR. C.) Caesar; by J. A. Froude. InhisEasxja. 1907. E2J1 

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Froude, JamesA. Kelly (M.) Froude, his life and character. [1907]. F191 

- Kingsley (C.) Fronde's England. In his Plays and Puritans. E1K4 

Frozen pirate ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R26 

Fruit. For lists of related subjects, see Cookery. Gardening. 

- De Salis (Mrs. H. A.) Gardening a la mode, fruits. 1895. - 63401 

With recipes for cooking. 

Fuel. Lewes (V. B.) Liquid and gaseous fuels. 1907. bibl. ill. 66201 

Fuel of lire ; by E. T. Fowler. 45F2 

Fugue. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Prout (E.) Fugue. 1891. mus. 78110 

Fugal analysis, a companion to "Fugue." 1892. mus. - 78111 

Fulda (Ludwig) Der Talisman ; with notes. 1902. mem. - 43814 

Fulham Lawn ; by Lady Ritchie. - - - - - 37 R 4 

Fuller, Margaret. In Macphail (A.) Essays in Puritanism. - 99815 

Fuller (Robert H.) Government by the people. 1908. - - 32403 

"The election system in the United States." 
Fullerton (George S.) An introduction to philosophy. 1906. 10201 
Funafuti. Sollas (W. J.) Funafuti, the study of a coral atoll. 

In his Age of the earth [etc.] 1908. ill. - - - 55006 

Fungi. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Cooke (M. C.) Fungi, their nature, influence, uses. 1894. ill. 58903 

- See also Discomycetes. 

Fur, feather, and fin series, monographs on English birds, beasts, 
and fishes, generally included under the head of game. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Fur-trading. For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Irving (W.) Astoria, enterprise beyond the Rocky Mountains. 97401 
Furniture. For list of related subjects, see Decoration. 

- Duncan (J. H. E.) The house beautiful and useful. 1907. ill. 74904 

" Practical suggestions on furnishing and decorating." 

- Hayclen (A.) Chats on old furniture. 1906. bibl. ill. - - 74901 

- Mallett(W. E.) Old English furniture, fo. ill. - - - 74905 

- Wheeler (G. O.) Old English furniture of the 17th and 18th 

centuries. 1907. HI. 74902 

Further adventures of Cap tain Kettle ; by C. J. C. W. Hyne. 2copies. 115H3 

Captain Kettle series, No. 3. 
Fustel de Coulanges (Num a D.) Origin of property in land. - 33302 
Future state. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Arnold (Sir E.) Death, and afterwards. 1888. - - - 23702 

- Buckle (H.) The after life, a help to belief. 1907. bibl. - 23607 

- Caird (E.) Immortality. In his Lay sermons and addresses. 1907.25223 

- Chadwick (J. W.) The immortal hope. In What do Uni- 

tarians believe ? 1906. - - 28801 

- Haweis (H. R. ) Immortality; Spirit life. In his Speech in 

season. 1874. 25215 

- Miles (E. H.) Life after life. 1907. 23703 

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Future state. Myers (F. W. H.) Human personality and its 

survival of bodily death. 1907. - - - - - 13403 

- Osier (W.) Science and immortality. 1906. - 12801 

- Thompson (R. J.) ed. The proofs of life after death. - - 23701 

- Wiedemann (A. ) The realms of the Egyptian dead. 1902. - 29903 

"According to the belief of the ancient Egyptians." 

- See also Death. Heaven. Hell. Millennium. 



G 

Gabriel Conroy [a novel] ; by F. Bret Harte. - - - - 32 H 2 

Gaelic literature. See Literature, Gaelic. 

Gairdner (Sir William T. ) Homoeopathy. In Essays. 1857. E3E1 

- The physician as naturalist. 1889. 61001 

Galahad of the creeks, and other stories ; by S. L. Yeats. - - 2Y1 
Galatians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Gale (Norman) A country muse. 1895. v. 2. - - - 702 G 

Galiani, F. In Tallentyre (S. G.) Friends of Voltaire. 1906. - 99507 

Galileo. [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 1828. - 85801 

Gallatin, Albert [a biography] ; by J. A. Stevens. 1883. - - G221 

Galleys. Campbell (Lord A.) Argyllshire galleys. 1906. ill. - 91910 
Gallichan (Walter M..) joint-author. See Calvert ( Albert F.) 

Gallon (Tom) Boden's boy. 6G2 

- Meg the lady, a romance. - - - - - 6G1 

- The second Dandy Chater. .... - 6G3 
Galloway. Sloan (J. M.) Galloway described. 1908. col. HI. - 92016 
Gallus, Roman scenes, timeof Augustus; byW. A. Becker. 1903. ill. 93611 
Galt (John) The bachelor's wife [literary extracts]. 1S24. - 80808 

- Annals of the parish. The Ayrshire legatees. - - - 7G1 

- The provost, and other tales. 7G2 

- Sir Andrew Wylie of that ilk. 7G3 

Gait, John. In Douglas (Sir G. B. S.) ' Blackwood' group. 1897. 99928 

Galton (Francis) The art of travel. 1893. ill. - - 90812 

Galton (Frank W.) ed. Workers on their industries. 189"). - 60401 
Gambetta, L6on M. Laur (F. ) The heart of Gambetta. 190S. 

port. ill. G241 

Gamble (J. and A. E.) A-B-C guide to the Bible. 1906. - - 22016 

Gamble (William) The business life. 1907. - 17401 

Gambler, a novel; by Mrs. K. C. Thurston. - - - 63T2 
Gambling. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Hogge (J. M.) The facts of gambling. 1907. - - 17405 

Game [a story] ; by Jack London. 51L2 

Game and the candle ; by R. Broughton. 97 B 3 

Gamekeeper at home ; by R. Jefferies. 1906. ill. - - - 79906 
Gamekeeping. For list of related subjects, see Sports. 

- Walker (A. S.) and Mackie (P. J.) The keeper's book. 1904. ill. 79945 

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Games. For list of other amusements, see Amusements. 

- Roberts (E.) ed. The book of games. 1907. ill. - - - 79003 

- Thornwood (F. A. ) Home games and entertainments, ill. - 79305 

- See also Billiards. Cards. Chess. Draughts. 

Gannett (Hy.) and others. Commercial geography. 1905. ill. 90607 
Gannett (W. C.) Incarnation. In What do Unitarians believe ? 28801 
GANT (L. W.) Elements of electric traction. 1907. ill. - - 62416 
Ganz (Hy. F. W.) Modelling, design, mural decoration. 190S. ill. 74003 

Garden of Cyrus ; by Sir T. Browne. 82817 

Garden of lies, a romance ; by J. M. Forman. - - - 39 F 2 

Gardening. For lists of related subjects, see Agriculture. Arts, Fine. 

- Allotment and cottage gardening. In Cassell's New technical 

educator, v. 4-6. ill. 60309-11 

- Drury (W. D.) ed. Open-air gardening. 1901. ill. 

- Jekyll (G. ) Wood and garden, notes and thoughts. 1S99. Hi. 

- Maryon (M.) How the garden grew. 1900. ill. - 

- Pearson (R. H.) The book of garden pests. 1908. ill. - 

- Rowles (W. F. ) How to make and manage a garden. 1905. HI. 

- Thomas (H. H. ) Gardening in town and suburb. 1907. ill. - 

- Wells (F. M. ) The suburban garden, what to grow in it. 1906. 

- Wright (W. P.) Beautiful gardens, how to make and maintain 

them, 1907. ill. plans. 

- See also Ferns. Flowers. Fruit. Vegetables. 
Gardens. Austin (A.) The garden that I love. 1902-7. 2 v. ill. 

- Barbara. The garden, you, and I. 1906. ill. 

- Cecil (Mrs. E.) Children's gardens. 1903. ill. - 

- Holme (C.) ed. The gardens of England. 1907. fo. ill. 

- Lee (Vernon) Old Italian gardens. In her Limbo [etc.] 190S. 

- Robinson (W.) and others. English flower garden [etc.] ill. - 
Gardiner (J. H.) The Bible as English literature. 1906. 
Gardiner (Samuel R.) History of England, 1603-42. 10 v. 

- History of the great civil war, 1642-9. 1904-5. 4 v. maps 

- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-56. 1903. 4 v. maps. 
Gardner (F. W.) The sea, a guide to employment. 1907. 
Gardner (Percy) Exploratio evangelica. 1907. 

" A survey of the foundations of Christianity." 

- The growth of Christianity, lectures. 1907. - 
Garfield, James A. Thayer (W. M.) From log-cabin to White 

House, President Garfield's life. 1905. port. 

Garmiscath [a story] ; by J. S. Clouston. 

Garnett (Wiluam) joint-author. See Campbell (Lewis). 

Garrick, D. Dobson (H. A. ) "Exit Roscius." In his Vignettes, v. 3. E3D3 

Garvice (Charles) Her heart's desire. 83 G 2 

- In Cupid's chains, a novel of incident. 83 Gl 

Gar vie (Alfred E.) The ethics of temperance. - - - 17805 

- A guide to preachers. 1906. 25105 

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GAR GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Garvie (Alfred E.) My brother's keeper [sociology]. 1907. - 30109 
Gas. Carnegie (A.) Oil and gas wells. In his Empire of busi- 
ness. 1903. 33014 

- Latta (M. N.) American gas-engineering practice. 1907. ill. 66501 

- See also Acetylene. 

Gas engine. In CasselPs Technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. - 60310-11 

- Hiscox (G. D.) Gas, gasoline, and oil-engines, including 

producer-gas plants. 1906. ill. 62202 

- Perry (J.) Steam engine, gas and oil engines. 1904. ill. - 62114 
Gas-fitting. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Grafton (W.) Practical gas-fitting. 1907. ill. - - - 69601 
Gasc (F. E. A.) A dictionary of French and English. 1905. - 44301 
Gases. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 1. 1905. ill. - 53104 

- Pneumatics. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 4-5. 1906. - 03206-7 
Gaskell (Mrs. Elizabeth C.) Life of Charlotte Bronte. 1905. B141 

- Cranford. 10G1 

- Lizzie Leigh, and other tales. - 10 G 2 

- Mary Barton, and other tales. 10 G 3 

- North and south. 10 G4 

- Ruth, and other tales. 10 G 5 

- Sylvia's lovers. 10 G 6 

- Wives and daughters, a story. 10 G 7 

Gaskell, Mrs. Elizabeth C. In Melville (L.) Novelists. 1906. - 82604 

Gates ajar ; by E. S. Phelps. 37P1 

Gates of Eden ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 9 

Gathering clouds, a tale ; by F. W. Farrar. .... 6F4 

Gaul (W. T.) Bp. South Africa, /n Church and Empire. 1907. 27401 

Gawtiiorp(T. G. and W. E.) Brass repousse for amateurs. 1007. ill. 73902 

Gay, John. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 3. 17S1. - 99926 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - 12T7 

- In Tovey (D. C.) Reviews and essays. 1S97. - - 82106 
Gay (Sydney H.) James Madison [a biography]. 1S98. - - M271 
Gaza Land. Gillmore (P.) Through Gasa Land. map. - - 96701 

Geddie (Johx) The [Scottish] balladists. 82220 

Gedge (J. W.) The story of the Judges, its lessons. 1893. ill. 22311 
Geikie (Sir Archibald) The scenery of Scotland viewed in con- 
nexion with its physical geology. 1865. ill. maps. - 55401 

- Text-book of geologj^. 1903. 2 v. ill. maps. - - - 55004-5 
Geikie (Johx Cunningham) The life of Christ. 1880. 2 v. - 23207-8 

- The vicar and his friends. 1901. 82818 

Imaginary conversations on religion, philosophy, science, etc. 

Gemmell (Robert) Sketches from life, with occasional poems. - 82850 

General Bounce ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - - 79 M 21 
Genesis. See Bible. 

Geneva, Lake of. In Sharp (W.) Literary geograph}\ 19<>7. ?'//. 91505 

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Gene vra ; by C. Marriott. 108 M 2 

Genius. In Myers (F. W. H.) Human personality. 1907. - 13403 

- Wilson (A.) Infanti perduti. In Edinburgh essays, 1856. - E3E1 
Genoa. Duffy (B.) Tuscan Republics, with Genoa. 1892. ill. maps. 93701 
Gent, Thomas. Dobson(H. A.) T.Gent, printer. In hi* Vignettes. E3D3 

- In Marston (E.) Booksellers of other days. 1901. port. - 99904 
Gentleman adventurer; by J. E. Bloundelle Burton. 2 copies. 113 B 2 

Gentleman of France ; by S. J. Weyman. 44W13 

Gentsch (Wilhelm) Steam turbines. 1906. ill. - - - 62104 
Geoffrin, Madame, her salon and times, 1750-77 ; by J. Aldis. bihl. G031 
Geoghegan (Richard H.) Grammar and exercises of Esperanto. 40802 
Geographical distribution. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Heilprin (A. ) Distribution of animals. 1894. bibl. map. - 59104 

- Kingsley (C.) Bio-geology. In his Health and education. 1887. E1K3 

- Wallace (A. R.) Island life. 1895. ill. maps. - - - 59111 
Geography. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-4. 1905. ill. maps. - 03203-6 

- Jacobs (J.) Story of geographical discovery. 1901. maps. - 90601 

- Wood (C. A.) A modern geography, maps. - 90608 

- See also Atlas. Commercial geography. Frontiers. Names of countries. 
Geography, Physical. See Physical geography. 

Geology. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 2-4. 1905. ill. - - 03204-6 

- Geikie (Sir A.) The scenery of Scotland. 1865. ill. maps. - 55401 
Text-book of geology. 1903. 2 v. ill. maps. - - - 55004-5 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Geologic In his Sammtliche Werke, v. 6. 83834 

- Macnair (P.) The geology and scenery of the Grampians, and 

the Valley of Strathmore. 1908. 2 v. bibl. ill. maps. - 55403-4 

- Miller (H.) Cruise of the Betsey. Rambles of a geologist. 1897. 55402 

- - The old red sandstone. 1892. ill. 55117 

Contains also : The ancient grauwacke rocks of Scotland. Corals of 
the oolite system. Fossiliferous deposits of Scotland. [Etc.] 

The testimony of the rocks. 1857. ill. - - - .- 55002 

- Sollas (W. J. ) The age of the earth, and other studies. 1908. ill. 55006 

The figure of the earth. An autumn visit to the Lipari Isles. Funa- 
futi, the study of a coral atoll. The origin and formation of flints. The 
influence of Oxford on the history of geology. The key to terrestrial 
history. Geologies and deluges. [Etc.] 

- Taylor (J. E.) Geological stories. 1904. ill. - - - 55003 

- See also Coal. Coral. Earth. Mineralogy. Physical geography. 

Rocks. Stars. 
Geometry. For list of related subjects, see Mathematics. 

- Casey (J.) A sequel to the first six books of the Elements of 

Euclid. 1881. 51307 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-3. 1905. - - - 03203-5 

- Fletcher (W. C.) Elementary geometry. 51302 

- Frankland (W. B.) The story of Euclid. 1902. - - - 51301 

- Hall (H. S.) and Stevens (F. H.) Euclid's Elements. 1904. - 51303 

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GEO GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Geometry. Todhunter (I.) The Elements of Euclid. 1896. - 51304 

- Workman (W. P.) and Cracknell( A. G.) Geometry. 1906. v. 1. 51305 

- See also Conic sections. Perspective. Projection. 

George I. -IV. Thackeray (W. M.) The four Georges, ill.- - 12T7 

George (Hexry) The condition of labour. 1898. - - - 3313 8 

- A perplexed philosopher [Herbert Spencer]. 1893. - - 19205 

- Progress and poverty. 1890. 33012 

- Protection or free trade. 1890. 33704 

George (Thomas P.) joint-author. See Nuttall (Enos). 

George (W. L.) Engines of social progress. 1907. - - - 33015 

George Canterbury's will, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 76W9 

Gerard (Dorothea) The improbable idyl. - - - 14 G 2 

- Made of money. 14G1 

Gerard (Emily) The Herons' Tower, a romance. - - - 15 Gl 

- Honour's glassy bubble. 15 G 2 

German language. See Language, German. 

German literature. See Literature, German. 

Germany. Gould (S. B.) and Gilman (A.) Germany [a history]. 92701 

- In Lee (Vernon) The sentimental traveller. 1908. - - 91017 

- Malleson (G. B.) The refounding of the German Empire, 

1848-71. 1904. ill. maps. 92705 

- Marx (K.) Revolution and counter-revolution, or, Germany in 

1848. 1904. ----- . 92704 

- Steevens (G. W.) Under the iron heel. In his Glimpses. 1901. 91014 

- Tacitus. Manners of the Germans. In his Works, v. '2. - 87802 

- See also Franco-German war. 
Germs. See Bacteria. 

Gerstacker (Friedrich) Germelshausen ; with notes. 1903. - 43817 
Gerstenberg(HeinrichW.vox) Ugolino,eineTragodie. Gedichte. 404K 

Gertrude [a story] ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S3 

Geschichte vom braven Kasperl and dem schunen Annerl ; von 

K. Brentano. 83824 

Geschwister [ein Roman] ; von G. Freytag. - - - 58 Fl 
Gesture. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

- Emerson (C. W.) Expressive physical culture, or, philosophy 

of gesture. 1900. ill. - ' - - - - - - 80811 

Ghosts. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- In Lang (A.) Cock Lane and common-sense. 1896. - - 13302 

- Lee (Vernon) Ravenna and her ghosts. In her Limbo [etc.] - E4L1 

Giant's robe ; by F. Anstey. - - 35 A 4 

Gibbixs (Henry de B. ) Economic and industrial progress of the 

[nineteenth] century. 1903. 33013 

Gibbox (Charles) The braes of Yarrow, a romance. - - - 21 Gl 

- By mead and stream, a novel. 21 G 3 

- Fancy free. 21G4 

- The flower of the forest, 21 G 5 

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Gibbon (Charles) A heart's problem. .... 

- In honour bound, a novel. 

-In love and war. 

- Of high degree, a story. 

- Queen of the meadow, a novel. ..... 

- What will the world say ? 

Gibbon (Edward) Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. 
Gibbon, Edward. In Birrell (A. ) Res judicatse. 1S96. 

- Morison (J. C.) Gibbon [his life and work]. 1902. 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. 

- In Walpole (Sir S. ) Studies in biography. 1907. - 
Gibbons (A. St. H.) Africa from south to north. 1904. 
Giberne (Agnes) Mighty deep, what we know of it. 1902. ill. 

- Rowena. 23 Gl 

Gibson (Alexander C.) Folk-speech of Cumberland. 1873. - 82852 
Gibson (Charles R.) Electricity of to-day. 1907. ill. - - 53702 
Gibson (George A.) An introduction to the calculus. 1906. - 51702 
Gibson (J. C.) Mission problems in south China. 1901. ill. map. 27801 
Gibson (J. P. S. R.) Shakespeare's use of the supernatural. - 82520 
Gibson (W. R. B.) Rudolf Eucken's philosophy of life. 1906. - 17902 
Gifford (John) Memories and letters ; ed. by M. Raleigh. 1896. G121 
Gil. Bias de Santillane ; par A. R. Le Sage. .... 37L1 
Gil Bias, Adventures of ; by A. R. Le Sage. - - - 37 L 2 

Gilchrist (Robert M.) A Peakland faggot, tales. - - - 16G1 
Gilding. Mitchell (F. S. ) Practical gilding, bronzing [etc.] 1905. ill. 69803 
Gilds. See Guilds. 

Giles (Arthur E.) Moral pathology. 1895. .... 17005 
Gilfillan (George) Letters and journals; [ed.] by R. A. and 

E. S. Watson. 1892. bibl. mem. Gill 

- Life of William Anderson. 1873. Alll 

Gilfillan, George. De Quincey (T.) Gilfillan's Literary portraits. 

In his Collected writings, v. 11. 1897. - - - - E2D2 
Gilgit. In Knight (E. F.) Where three empires meet. 1905. ill. 94805 
Gilian the dreamer, his fancy and adventure ; by Neil Munro. - 124 M 6 
Gill (W. H.) Manx national songs. 1896. mus. - - - 78408 
Gillespie (Robert) Glasgow and the Clyde. 1876. - - - 92302 
Gilliat (Edward) The romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. - 90408 
Gillmore (Parker) Through Gasa Land. map. - - - 96701 
Gilly (W. S.) Vigilantius and his times. 1844. - - - V041 
Gilman (Arthur) Rome to [29 B.C.] 18S5. ill. maps. - - 93601 

- The Saracens to fall of Bagdad [a.d. 1258]. 1S95. ill. maps. - 94403 
-joint-author. See Church (Alfred J.); Gould (Sabine Baring); 

Mahaffy (John P. ) ; Poole (Stanley L. ) ; Rawlinson (George). 
Gilman (Daniel C.) James Monroe [a biography]. 1898. - M301 

Gilman (L.) The music of to-morrow, and other studies. 1907. 78010 
Gipsies. See Gypsies. 

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Girdlestone (Robert B.) The grammar of prophecy. 1901. - 22017 

Girls. Bell (Lady) Mothers and daughters. In Minor moralist. 17017 
Girondists. Lamartine (A. M. L. de) The Girondists. 3 v. - 93201-3 

Gissing (Algernon) Knitters in the sun, a pastoral. - - 29 Gl 

Gissing (George) The town traveller. 30 Gl 

Glacial period. See Ice age. 

Glaciers. In Tyndall (J.) The forms of water. 1899. ill. - 55112 
Gladiators, a tale of Rome and Judaea ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. 79 M 2 

Gladstone (William E.) Homer [a literature primer]. 1897. - 88302 
Gladstone, William E. Macaulay (Lord) Gladstone on Church 

and state. In his Essays. El Ml 

- Morley (Viscount) Life of Gladstone. 1903. 3 v. port. ill. - G131-3 
Glaister (John) Dr. Smellie and his contemporaries. 1894. - S061 
Glasgow. Aikman (J. L.) ed. United Presbyterian congrega- 
tions in Glasgow. 1875. ill. - - 92402 

- [Barclay (H.)] Rambling recollections of old Glasgow. 1880. 92301 

- Biographical sketches of Lord Provosts [1833-83]. ill. - - 92317 

- Boyd (A. S.) Glasgow men and women. 1905. fo. ill. - - 92403 

- Cleland (J.) History of the High School of Glasgow. 1878. - 92304 

- Gillespie (R.) Glasgow and the Clyde. 1876. - 92302 

- Historical, biographical [etc.] sketches of Glasgow. 1904. 4°. 92313 

"With which is combined 'Glasgow and Lanarkshire illustrated. 1 " 

- The Incorporation of Wrights in Glasgow. 1889. - - - 92310 

- Lauder (J.) The Glasgow Athenaeum, 1847-97. 1807. ill. - 92305 

- Macdonald (H.) Rambles round Glasgow, ill. - - - 91906 

- McLellan (D.) Glasgow public parks. 1894. ill.- - - 92314 

- Mason (T.) Public and private libraries of Glasgow. 1SS5. - 92318 

- Rae (J. J.) ed. Ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. 92401 

- Somerville (T.) George Square, Glasgow. 1891. ill. - - 92312 

11 And the lives of those whom its statues commemorate." 

- Stewart (G.) Progress of Glasgow. 1SS3. - - - 92306 

- Strang (J.) Glasgow and its clubs. 1856. ... - 92404 

- Trial of the directors of the City of Glasgow Dank. 1879. ill. 33209 

- Urie (J.) Reminiscences of eighty years. 1908. ill. - - U011 

- Young (G.B.) Reminiscences of Glasgow Sheriff Court. 1907. 92316 

- Young (J.) Address on the Hunterian Library. In his Essays. E1Y1 
Glasgow Ballad Club. Ballads and poems. 1885-1908. 3 v. 82415-7 
" Glasgow Herald." Centenary of "The Glasgow Herald," 1882. 92315 
Glasgow University. Record of the ninth jubilee, 1451-1901. - 37801 

- Rosebery (Earl of) and others. Book of the jubilee, ill. - 37802 
Glass e (John) John Knox, criticism and appreciation. 1907. - K023 
Glaucus, or, the wonders of the shore ; by C. Kingsley. col. ill. - 59201 
Glazier (Richard) A manual of historic ornament. 1906. ill. 74004 

Gleanings after time ; by T. C. Martin and others. 1907. ill.- 91614 

" Chapters in [English] social and domestic history." 

Gleanings from God's acre, epitaphs ; ed. by J. P. Briscoe. 1901. 99930 

Gleichen (Count) Baird. In Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. 99610 

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Gleim (JOHANN W. L.) [Gedichte]. In Anakreontiker uud 

preuszisch-patriotische Lyriker. mem. port. - - - 83103 
Glen Roy, Parallel roads of ; by J. Tyndall. In his Fragments. 50409 
Glenanaar, a story of Irish life ; by P. A. Sheehan. - - 55 SI 

Glenmutchkin railway, and other stories ; by VV. E. Aytoun. - 67A1 
Glimpses into the abyss [the poor] ; by M. Higgs. 1906. - - 33901 
Glimpses of three nations ; by G. W. Steevens. 1901. - - 91014 

London. Paris. Germany. 
Globular jottings of Griselda [travel] ; by E. D. Hume. ill. - 90817 
Gloria mundi [a novel] ; by H. Frederic. ----- 55F1 
Gloucester, Thomas, Duke of. Tait (J.) Did Richard II. murder 

the Duke of Gloucester ? In Historical essays. 1907. - 90409 
Glover (Terrot R.) Life and letters in the fourth century. - 87002 
Gluck, Christoph W. R. von. Newman (E.) Gluck and the opera. G061 
Glycerine. In Carpenter (W. L.) Manufacture of soap [etc.] - 66804 
Glyn (Margaret H.) The rhythmic conception of music. 1907. 78013 
God. See Theology. 

God and the Bible ; by M. Arnold. 1906. 23912 

" A sequel to i Literature and dogma,' " 23904. 

God in the car ; by Anthony Hope. 82 H 4 

Godard (John G.) Poverty, its genesis and exodus. 1892. - 33102 

- Racial supremacy, studies in imperialism. 1905. - - - 32009 
Godet (Frederic) Studies on the Epistles. 1889. - - - 22801 

- Studies on the Old Testament. 18S6. 22206 

Godric, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1905. - - 99809 
God's good man, a simple love story ; by Marie Corelli. - - 89 C 15 
God's message to the human soul ; by J. Watson. 1907. - - 22009 

" The use of the Bible in the light of the new knowledge." 
Godwin, William. Stephen (Sir L.) Godwin and Shelley. In his 

Hours in a library, v. 3. 1899. E6S3 

Goethe (Johato W. von) Sammtliche Werke. 1877. 6 v. 83829-34 
1. Lieder. Balladen. Vermischte Gedichte. Kunst. Sprliche in 
Reimen. Spriiche in Prosa. West-ostlicher Divan. Noten und Abhand- 
lungen zu besserem Verstandnisz des West-ostlichen Divans. Hermann 
und Dorothea. Reineke Fuchs. Alles an Personen und zu festlichen 
Gelegenheiten Gedichtete. 2. Die Mitschuldigen. Claudine von Villa Bella. 
Gotz von Berlichingen. Egmont. Der Grosz-Cophta. Faust. Iphigenie auf 
Tauris. Torquato Tasso. Die natiirliche Tochter. Geschichte Gottfriedens 
von Berlichingen. Gotz von Berlichingen, flir die Biihne. Mahoniet. 
Tancred. Theater und dramatische Poesie. 3. Leiden des jungen Werther's. 
Briefe aus der Schweiz. Die Wahlverwandtschaften, ein Roman. Wilhelm 
Meister's Lehrjahre. Wilhelm Meister's Wanderjahre. Unterhaltungen 
deutscher Ausgewanderten. 4. Aus meinem Leben. ItaliLinische Reise. 
Zweiter Aufenthalt in Rom. Campagne in Frankreich, 1792. Annalen 
oder Tag und Jahreshefte von 1749 bis 1822. 5. Benvenuto Cellini [Cellini's 
Memoirs ttfans. into German]. [Diderot's] Rameau's Neffe. Philipp Hackert. 
Der Sammler und die Seinigen. Philostrats Gemiilde. Ferneres liber 
Kunst. Deutsche Literatur. Auswartige Literatur und Volkspoesie. 6. 
Die metamorphose der Pflanzen. Osteologie. Zur Farbenlehre. Der 
Newtonschen Ojotik. Materialien zur Geschichte der Farbenlehre. Minera- 
logie und Geologic Meteorologie. Zur Naturwissenschaft. [Etc.] 

- Faust, a dramatic poem ; trans, by T. Martin. - - - 107 G 

- Wilhelm Meister ; trans, by T. Carlyle. 34G1 

Goethe, Johann W. von. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 1, 4. - E2C5, E2C8 

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Goethe, Johann W. von. Charles (M.) The story of Faust. 1907. 83201 

- In De Quincey (T. ) Collected writings, v. 4, 11. 

4. Goethe, 99902. 11. Goethe as reflected in his novel of Wilhelm 
Meister, E2D2. 

- Dun tzer (H.) Life of Goethe. 1908. port, ill - - - G072 

- In Emerson (II. W.) Representative men. 1899. - - - E1E9 

- Lewes (G. H.) The life of Goethe, port. - - - - G071 

- Mliller (F. Max) Goethe and Carlyle. In his Works, v. 5. 1898. E2M1 

- Tyndall (J.) Goethe's ' Farbenlehre.' In his New fragments. 50411 
Goff (A.) and Levy (J. H.) Politics and disease. 1906. - - 61403 
Gogol, Nicholas V. In Turner (C. B.) Studies. 18S2. - - 89106 

Life and genius of Gogol. The works of G 

Gohre (Paul) Three months in a workshop, a study. 1S95. - 33110 
Gold. For list of related subjects, see Metallurgy. 

- Buskett (E. W.) Fire assaying of gold [etc.] 1907. Ul. - 66902 

Gold wolf [a novel] ; by M. Pemberton. 28P5 

Golden bowl [a novel] ; by H. James. - 7J13 

Golden butterfly, a novel ; by Sir W. Bosant and .J. Rice. - 49 B4 

Golden kingdom ; by A. Balfour. 7B1 

Golden trade, 1623 ; by R. Jobson. - - - 96001 

" A discovery of the river Qambra and the golden trade of the 
Aethiopians." 

Golden treasury, devotional : by l\. EL von Bogatzky. - - 24001 

Golding (Henry A.) joint-author. See Lakard (Chablss I'. 

Goldsmith (Oliver) Essays; with notes. .... E2G1 

- The vicar of Wakefield. Plays. Poems. 1901. - - - 201G 

- The vicar of Wakefield. 2 copies. - - - - 36G1 
Goldsmith, O. Black (W.) Goldsmith [hia life and work]. 1878. 0141 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 4. 1897. - 99902 

- Irving (W.) The life of Goldsmith. 1900. port. - - ■ G143 

- Kelly (J. J.) The early haunts of Oliver Goldsmith, port. ill. G142 

- Jn Newbigging (T.) Sketches and tales. 1883. - - - ElNl 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - 12T7 
Golf. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Hilton (H. H.) My golfing reminiscences. 1907. - - - 79621 

- Hutchinson (H. G.) Golf. 1902. ill. 79610 

- Leach (H.) The spirit of the links. 1907. - 79626 

- Lyttelton (R. H. ) Out-door games, cricket and golf. 1901. iU. 79615 
Gonzalez, Fenian, Count of Castile. In Irving (W.) Biographies. 81803 
Good. Bacon (F. ) Colours of good and evil. In his Works,, v. 7. 19212 
Good for nothing : by G. J. Whyte .Melville. 2 copies. - - 79 M 3 
Good ship ' Mohock ' ; by W. Clark Russell. .... 75R8 
Good stories of man and other animals ; by C. Reade. - - 16 R 2 
Good words, v. 1, 1860, and continued, ill. .... 3201 

For principal contents, see Edinburgh Public Library catalogue, 
which may be referred to or borrowed. 

Goodell (Charles L.) Pathways to the best [sermons]. 1907. 25221 

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Goodnow (Frank J.) The administrative law of the U.S. 1905. 35303 

Goodworth (W. G. W.) ed. Musicians of all times. 1907. - 99713 

Gordon (Charles G.) Gen. Journals at Kartoum. 18S5. port. G013 
Gordon, Charles G., Gen. Browne (J. H. B.) Gordon's Journals. 

In his Essays, v. 2. 1907. E6B2 

- In Griffith (G.) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. ill. 99607 
Gordon (Seton P.) Birds of the loch and mountain. 1907. ill. 59809 
Gordon (Sir Thomas E.) A varied life. 1906. port. ill. maps. G101 
Gordon (William C.) Social ideals of Alfred Tennyson. 1906. 82405 
Gore (Chas.) Bp. Holy Spirit and inspiration. In Lux mundi. 23004 
Gorres (Joseph) Die deutschen Volksbiichern. mem. port. - 83823 
Gorst (Sir John E.) The children of the nation. 1906. - - 61401 
Goschen, Georg J. , Life of ; by Viscount Goschen. 1903. 2 v. ill. G041-2 
Gospels. See Bible. 

Gosse (Edmund W.) Coventry Patmore [a biography]. 1905. - P231 

- Father and son, a study of two temperaments. 1907. port. - G171 
Gosse (Philip H.) The monuments of ancient Egypt. 1847. ill. 95709 

- A year at the shore. 1865. col. ill. 59021 

Gostwick (Joseph) and Harrison (R. ) German literature. 1883. 83001 

Gotch (F.) Aspects of the scientific method. In Lectures. 1906. 50702 
Gothic language. See Language, Gothic. 

Goths. Bradley (H.) The Goths to the end of the Gothic 

dominion in Spain [a.d. 711]. 1898. ill. map. - - 92702 

Gottfried von Strassburg. Tristan und Isolde. 2 v. - - 801-2 G 
Gough (Sir Charles J. S.) and Innes (A. D.J The Sikhs and 

the Sikh wars. 1897. maps, plans. .... 94802 
Gould (F. H. C.) joint -author. See Poley (A. P.) 
Gould (Sabine Baring) An old English home and its depend- 
encies. 1898. ill. 91708 

- Arminell, a social romance. 43 G 7 

- Eve, a novel. 43 G6 

- The Frobishers, a story of the Potteries. 43 G 2 

- In Dewisland. 43 Gl 

- Kitty alone, a story of three fires. 43 G 9 

- Miss Quillet. 43G3 

- The queen of love, a novel. - - - - - - 43 G 8 

- Red Spider. 43 G5 

- Royal Georgie. 43 G4 

- and Gilman (A. ) Germany [a history]. 1897. ill. maps. - 92701 
Gounod, Charles. In Hervey (A.) French music. 1894. port. 99703 
Govan. Brotchie (T. C. F.) The history, of Govan burgh and 

parish. 1905. ill. 92303 

Government. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Burke (E.) The present discontent [1770]. In his Works, v. 1. 82811 

- Carlyle (T.) Downing Street; New Downing Street. In his 

Latter-day pamphlets. -. - - - - - - E2C3 

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GOV GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Government. Goodnow (F. J.) The administrative law of the 

United States. 1905. bibl. - - - - . - - 35303 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1-2. 1894-1900. -E6H1-2 

- Kelly (E.) Government, or, human evolution. 1900. 2 v. - 32005-6 

1. Justice. 2. Individualism and collectivism. 

- Morley (Viscount) Maine on Popular government. In his 

Studies in literature. 1904. E5M1 

- Thoreau (H. D.) Civil disobedience. In Anti-slavery [etc.] - 32601 

- See also Army. Civil service. Local government. Navy. Pensions. War. 
Government by the people [elections] in U.S. ; by R. H. Fuller. 32403 
Gowans (Sir James) Edinburgh and its neighbourhood. 1886. 92011 
Gower (John) The Confessio amantis [a poem]. - - - 401 G 
Gower, J. Todd (H.J.) Lives and writings of Gower and Chancer. G191 
Gower (Lord Ronald S.) Records and reminiscences. 1903. ill. G211 
Gowrie, Carse of. Philip (A.) Songs and sayings of Gowrie. - 92504 
Gowrie, or, the king's plot ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6 J 9 
GoyayLucientes, Francisco J. de., life ; by A. F. Calvert. 1908. ill. G201 
Gozzi (Count Gasparo) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 85801 
Grafton (Walter) Practical gas-fitting. 1907. ill . . . 69601 
Graham (Hy. G.) Literary and historical essays. ] ( .»<>s. mem, port. EiGl 

Society in France before the revolution. Life in a country mai 

1720 [Kirkmichacl]. Samuel Richardson. Russel of tl m." Ktc] 

- Scottish men of letters in the 18th century. 1901. HI.- - 99908 

- Social life of Scotland in the eighteenth century. L906. - 91806 
Graham, John, Viscount Dundee [a biography] ; by L. A. Barbe*. G161 
Graham (William) Memoir of John Macfarlane. 1876. - - M201 
Graham (William) Socialism, new and old. 1891. - - - 33501 
Grammar. See names of languages, as, Language, English. 
Grampians. Macnair (P.) The geology and scenery of the 

Grampians. 1908. 2 v. bibl. ill. mw i - - - 55403-4 

Granada. Calvert (A. F.) Granada, a description. 1907. HI. plans. 93425 

- Irving (W.) The conquest of Granada. 93405 

Granby (Marquess of) and others. The trout. 1899. ill. - 79916 

Fishing, breeding, and cookery. 

Grand Babylon Hotel, a fantasia ; by E. A. Bennett. - - 43 Bl 

Grand duke ; by W. C. Dawe. 18D1 

Grand relations, a rustic comedy ; by J. S. Fletcher. - - 30 F 2 

Granite crags [California] ; by C. F. G. Cumming. 1884. ill. map. 97403 

Gran'ma's Jane ; by Mrs. M. E. Mann. 40 Ml 

Grant (Arthur J.) Outlines of European history. 1907. ill.- 91008 

Grant (David) Lays and legends of the north [etc.] 1908. mem. 601G 

Grant (James) Adventures of an aide-de-camp. - - - 51 G 2 

- Derval Hampton, a story of the sea. 51G10 

- Frank Hilton, or, "The Queen's Own." 51G3 

- Jack Chaloner, or, the fighting Forty-third. - - 51 G4 

- Miss Cheyne of Essilmont. 51 G 5 

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Grant (James) Philip Rollo, or, the Scottish musketeers. - 51 Gil 

- The Queen's cadet [and other tales]. - - - - 51 G 6 

- The romance of war, or, the Highlanders in Spain. - 51 G7 

- Second to none, a military romance. 51 G 8 

- Shall I win her ? - 51G13 

- The white cockade, or, faith and fortitude. - - - 51 G 9 

- The yellow frigate, or, the three sisters. - - - - - 51 G 12 
Grant, Ulysses S. Thayer (W. M.) From the tan-yard to the 

White House, Grant's life. 1906. port. ill. - - - G151 
Granville, Granville G. L. Gower, Earl, Life ; by Lord Fitz- 

maurice. 1905. 2 v. port. G051-2 

Granville (J. M.) Sleep and sleeplessness. 1879. - - - 61310 

Grape from a thorn ; by J. Payn. - - - - - 18 PI 

Gras (Felix) The Reds of the Midi. - - - - - - 54 Gl 

- The terror, a romance [a sequel to " The Reds of the Midi "]. 54G2 

- The white terror, a romance [a sequel to "The terror"]. - 54G3 
Grasmere, Memorials of ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 13. 82801 

Graven in the rock ; by S. Kinns. 1907. UL - 23914 

"The historical accuracy of the Bible confirmed." 
Graver thoughts of a country parson; by A. K. H. Boyd. 3 v. E7B5-7 

Gray, David, and other essays ; by R. W. Buchanan. 1868. port. E9B1 

Gray (James M.) How to master the English Bible. 1907. - 22008 

- Synthetic Bible studies. 22109 

Gray (John M.) James and W r illiam Tassie, a sketch. 1894. ill. T031 

Gray (Louisa M.) Cousin Ned. 56 Gl 

Gray (Maxwell) The great refusal, a novel. - - - - 57G4 

- In the heart of the storm, a tale. 2 copies. - - - 57 Gl 

- The reproach of Annesley, a novel. 2 copies. - - - 57 G 2 

- Richard Rosny. 57 G 5 

- The silence of Dean Maitland, a novel. 2 copies. - - 57 G 3 

Gray (Thomas) Poetical works, mem. 301 G 

Gray, Thomas. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 4. 1781. 99927 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Gray and his school. In his Hours in a library. E6S3 

Gray eye or so ; by F. F. Moore. 106 M 5 

Great Britain, 1, General. Bacon (F.) Of the true greatness of 

Britain. In his W'orks, v. 7. 19212 

- Browne (J. H.B.) England's supremacy. Inhis Essays, v. 2. 1907. E6B2 

- In Holmes (0. W.) Our hundred days in Europe. 1895. - 91004 

- Howitt (W.) Visits to remarkable places. 1900. ill. - - 91501 

- Kirk (J.) Social politics in Gt. Britain and Ireland. 1870. - 30412 

- Macnamara (N. C.) Origin and character of the British people. 

1900. ill. 91210 

- Sharp (W.) Literary geography. 1907. ill. maps. - - 91505 

Aylwin-land, Wales and East Anglia. The English Lakes. [Etc.] 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) The foreigner at home. In his Memories. 1906. E5S4 
Great Britain, 2, Constitution. Creasy (Sir E. S.) Rise and pro- 
gress of the English constitution [to 1906]. 1907. - - 34211 

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Great Britain, 2, Constitution. Hallam (H. ) Constitutional history 

of England [1485-1760]. 3 v. 34203-5 

- Jenks (E.) Parliamentary England [1660-1832]. 1903. ill. - 34202 

" The evolution of the cabinet system." 

- Macaulay (Lord) Hallam's Constitutional history. In his Essays. E1M1 

- Smith (Sir T.) De republica Anglorum. 34207 

" A discourse on the Commonwealth of England." 

- Tapp (S. C.) The story of Anglo-Saxon institutions. 1904. - 34208 
Great Britain, 3, History, General. Buckle (H. T.) History of 

civilization in England. 1903. 3 v. bibL - - - 90303-5 

- Canning (A. S. G.) Literary influence in British history. 19(>4. 82013 

- Carter (M. E.) Groundwork of English history [to 1901]. maps. 91223 

- Green (J. R.) A short history of the English people [449- 1873} 

1907. bibl. maps. 91228 

- Guest (M.J.) History of England [to A. D. 1870]. 1893. maps. 91224 

- Historic sketches. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 1-4. HI. 03203-6 

- Maurice (F. I). ) English history [how to read it]. In his 

Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. - - E6M1 

- Oman (C. W. C.) A history of England [to 1902]. 1904. map$. 91227 
Great Britain, 4, History to the Norman Conquest, 1066. Bed*. 

Ecclesiastical history of England [to a.i>. 731} - - 27601 

- Caesar (Julius) Invasion of Britain | Latin text] : notes.- - 47807 

- Chadwick (H. M. ) Origin of the English nation. 19<»7. maps, 91325 

- Church (A. J.) Early Britain. 1900. UL map. - - - 91301 

- Milton (J.) The history of Britain [to 1066]. In his Works. - 82834 

- Jewett (S. O.) The story of the Normans. 1899. ill. map, - 91603 

- Rhys ( J.) Celtic Britain. 1882. .... 91323 

- Thierry (A.) History of the conqi England. 1*47. 2 \. 91611-2 
Great Britain. 5, History to the Union of Crowns. 1603. Ashley 

(W. J.) ed. Edward III. and hi> van. 1887. ill. - - 91324 
-Bateson(M.) Mediaeval England, 1066-1350. L905. ill. - 91602 

- Burke (E.) English history to [1216} In his Works, v. 6. - 82816 

- Froude (J. A.) History of England [1529-88} 12 v. - 91326-37 
Great Britain, 6, History to the Revolution of 1688. Carlyle (T.) 

Historical sketches, reigns of James I. and Charles I. 1902. 91304 

- Clarendon (Earl of) Episodes of the great rebellion. 1SS9. - 91303 

- Gardiner (S. R.) History of England. 1901-5. 10 v. maps. 91305-14 

1. 1003-7. 2. 1607-16. 3. 1616-21. 4. 1621-3. 5. 1625-5. 6. 1625-8. 

7. 1629-35. 8. 1(535-9. 9. 1630-41. 10. 1641-2. 

History of the great civil war. 1904-5. 4 v. map 91319-22 

1. 1642-4. 2. 1644-5. 3. 1645-7. 4. 1647-0. 
Commonwealth and Protectorate. 1903. 4 v. maps. - 91315-8 

1. 1649-50. 2. 1651-3. 3. 1653-5. 4. 1655-6. 

- Macaulay (Lord) Mackintosh's History of the revolution [1688]. 

In his Essays. - - - - - - - - -E1M1 

- See also Popish plot. 

Great Britain, 7, History since 1688. Ashton (J.) Gossip in the 

first decade of Victoria's reign. 1903. ill. - - - 91403 

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Great Britain, 7, History since 1688. Fitchett (W. H.) How 

England saved Europe, 1793-1815. 4 v. - - - -91404-7 
1. From the Low Countries to Egypt. 2. The struggle for the sea. 
3. The war in the Peninsula. 4. Waterloo and St. Helena. 

- Hassall(A.) Expansion of Great Britain, 1715-89. 1907. map. 91420 

- Macaulay (Lord) History of England [1685-1702]. 1899. 2 v. 91408-9 

- McCarthy (J.) A history of our own times. 1901-5. 7 v. - 91421-7 

1. 1S37-49. 2. 1S50-7. 3. 1S57-67. 4. 1S67-S0. 5. 1SS0-97. 6. 1897-9. 
7. 1S99-1901. 

- - A short history of our own times [1837-80]. 1904. - - 91418 

- - Modern England. 1899. 2 v. ill. 91401-2 

1. 1S00-32. 2. 1832-9S. 

- Steele (Sir R.) Crisis [Hanoverian succession]. In Pamphlets. E8M1 

- Toynbee (W. ) Vignettes of the regency. 1907. - - - 91419 

- See also Jacobites. 

Great expectations ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. - - - - 30 D 17 

Great Hoggarty diamond ; by W. M. Thackeray. - - - 82836 

Great invasion of 1813-14 ; by E. Erckmann and A. Chatrian. - 30E3 

Great refusal, a novel ; by Maxwell Gray. 57 G 4 

Great truths [conduct of life] ; by W. G. Jordan. - - - 17011 

Greater love, a Cornish romance ; by J. Hocking. - - - 65H8 
Greco, El., life and works ; by A. F. Calvert and C. G. Hartley. 

1909. ill. G251 

Greco -Turkish war. Steevens (G. W.) What happened in Thes- 

saly. In his Things seen. 1900. E2S1 

Greece. Becker (W. A.) Charicles, the ancient Greeks. 1906. ill. 93802 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 7. 1897. - - 90402 

Greece under the Romans. The revolution of Greece. Modern Greece. 

- Frazer (J. G.) Pausanias, and other Greek sketches. 1900. - 93804 

- Greenidge (A. H. J.) Greek constitutional history. 1896. bibl. 34206 

- Grote (G.) History of -Greece [to 4th century B.C.] 8 v. 93806-13 

- Hanson (C. H.) Greece described. 1886. ill. maps. - - 93816 

- Herodotus. [Works. Greek text]. 88827 

- Jebb (Sir R. C.) The age of Pericles. In his Essays. 1907. - E2J1 

- Miller (W.) Gree^ life in town and country. 1905. ill. - 93818 

- Nepos (Cornelius) Selections [Latin text] ; notes, ill. - - 47809 

- Pater (W.) Greek studies. 1895. 93817 

A study of Dionysus [mythology]. The Bacchanals of Euripides. The 
myth of Demeter and Persephone. Hippolytus veiled, a study from Euri- 
pides. The beginnings of Greek sculpture. The marbles of iEgina. The age 
of athletic prizemen, a chapter in Greek art. 

- Rodd (Sir J. R. ) Princes of Achaia and the chronicles of Morea. 

1907. 2 v. bibl. map. 93814-5 

"A study of Greece in the middle ages [1204-1470]." 

- Smith (Sir W.) History of Greece to Roman conquest, ill. - 93803 

- Xenophon. Selections [Greek text] ; with notes, ill. - - 48805 
Greek language. See Language, Greek. 

Greek literature. See Literature, Greek. 

Greeks. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

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- Plutarch. Lives. 10 v. 88802-11 

Green (Anna K.) The Leavenworth case, a lawyer's story. - 58G1 

Green (F. W. E.) Colour-blindness and colour-perception. 1891. 61701 

- Memory and its cultivation. 1902. ill. .... 15401 
Green (J. L.) Allotments and small holdings. 1896. ill. - 33301 
Green (John R. ) A short history of the English people. 1907. 91228 
Green, Thomas H. Ritchie (D. G.) Principles of state interfer- 
ence, political philosophy of T. H. Green. 1902. - - 32302 

Green book, or, freedom under the snow ; by M. Jokai. - - 31 J 1 

Green flag, and other stories ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 Dl 

Green graves of Balgowrie ; by J. H. Findlater. - - - 18 Fl 
Green pleasure and grey grief ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - 104 H 10 

Greene (W. T.) Canary keeping for amateurs, ill. - - - 63613 

Greenhough (J. G. ) and others. The ladder of life. 1907. - 17110 

Greenidge(A. H. J.) Greek constitutional history. 1896. map. 34206 

- A history of Rome. 1904. v. 1. maps. .... 93604 
Greenwich Observatory. Maunder (E. W.) The Royal Observa- 
tory, Greenwich. 1900. ill. 52201 

Greenwood (Wm. H.) Iron, sources, properties [etc.] 1907. ill. 67201 

Greg, William R. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 3. - E5M4 

Gregg (John R.) Gregg shorthand. 1907. .... 65303 

Gregories. Stewart (A. G.) The academic Gregories. 1901. - G091 
Gregory VII. Stephen (Sir J.) Hildebrand. In Ms Essays, ▼. 1. 99804 

Gregory of Nazianzum [a biography] ; by C. Ullmann. 1851. - G181 

Gregory (Augusta, Lady) Saints and wonders [Irish folk-lore]. 39820 

Gregory (John) My garden, and other poems. 1907. mem. - 501G 
Gregory (John W. ) Australia and New Zealand. 1907. ill. maps. 98604 

- The dead heart of Australia. 1906. ill. maps. - - - 98602 
Gregory (Olinthus) Memoir of Robert Hall. In Hall (R.) Works. 20811 
Gregory, Olinthus. Hall (R.) Gregory's Letters. In his Works. 20809 
Gregory (Richard A.) The planet earth, an astronomical intro- 
duction to geography. 1894. 52310 

Grenfell (Wilfred T. ) Off the rocks, the fisher folk of Labrador 

[missions]. 1906. ill. 27901 

Greville (Fulke, Lord Brooke). See Brooke (Lord). 

Grey and gold ; by E. J. W T orboise. 81 W 6 

Grey House at Endlestone ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81 W 7 

Grey lady ; by Henry Seton Merriman. 85 Mil 

Grey man ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 11 

Grey weather, moorland tales of my own people ; by J. Buchan. 102 Bl 

Grey wig, stories and novelettes ; by I. Zangwill. - - - 2Z1 

Gribble (Francis) Montreux [a description]. 1908. col. ill. - 93503 

- The story of Alpine climbing. 1904. ill. .... 93504 
Grier (Sydney C.) The advanced-guard. 67 G 2 

- The heir. 67G4 

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Grier (Sydney C.) His excellency's English governess. - - 67 Gl 

- Peace with honour. 67G3 

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- Practical book-keeping for commercial classes. 1904. - - 65705 
Griesinger (Theodor) The Jesuits, a history. 1903. - - 27101 
Griffith (George) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. Ul. 99607 
Griffith Gaunt, or, jealousy ; by C. Reade. - - - - 16 R 11 

Griffiths (Arthur G. F.) A set of flats. 70 Gl 

Griffiths (Harold) Plenum heating and ventilation. ill. - 69702 
Grimm, Friedrich M., Baron. In Tallentyre (S. G.) The friends 

of Voltaire. 1906. bibl. port. 99507 

Grimshaw, William. In Ryle (J. C.) Christian leaders. 1899. - 99814 

Grimthorpe (E. Beckett, Lord) Clocks, watches, and bells, ill. 68101 

Gronlund (Laurence) The co-operative commonwealth. 1892. 33510 

- Onr destiny, the influence of socialism on morals. 1891. - 33515 
Grosart (Alex. B. ) Robert Fergusson [a biography]. - - F121 
Grosley, P. J. Dobson (H. A.) Grosley's " Londres." In Vignettes. E3D3 
Grote (George) A history of Greece. 1862. 8 v. port. maps. 93806-13 
Group of noble dames [stories] ; by T. Hardy. - - - 21 H 6 
Grouse. For lists of related subjects, see Birds. Sports. 

- Mackenzie (E. G.) Grouse shooting and deer-stalking. 1907. 79934 

- Macpherson (H. A.) and others. The grouse. 1895. ill. - 79919 

Natural history, shooting, cookery. 

Grove (Mrs. Lilly) and others. Dancing. 1895. ill. - - 79303 

Grtjbb (A. P.) Housing of the citizen. In Citizen of to-morrow. 30403 
Grundy (William) joint-author. See Smith (Isaac G.) 

Gryll Grange ; by T. L. Peacock. 20P2 

Gryphius (A.) and others. Erste schlesische Schule. 2 v. mem. 83108-9 

Guaras (Antonio de) The accession of Queen Mary. 1892. - M044 

Guardian [essays] ; by J. Addison. In his Works, v. 4. - - El A 5 

Guardian angel ; by O. W. Holmes. 118 H 2 

Guarding a great city [New York police] ; by W. McAdoo. 1906. 35301 

Guelphs and Ghibellines, 1250-1409 ; by O. Browning. - - 93612 

Guenther (Conrad) Darwinism and problems of life. 1906. - 57501 

Guerber (H. A.) Contes et legendes ; with notes. 1906. 2 v. 44835-6 

- Marie-Louise et le due de Keichs tacit ; with notes. 1902. - 44823 
Guesses at truth ; by [J. C. and A. W. Hare]. 1897. - - 82859 
Guest (M. J.) History of England [to a. d. 1870]. 1893. maps. 91224 
Guicciardini (Francesco) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian 

prose writers. 85801 

Guicciardini, F. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 4. 1908. E5M5 

Guild Court, a London story ; by G. MacDonald. - - - 10M15 

Guilds. Coit (S.) Neighbourhood guilds. 1892. - - - 36701 

Guinea stamp ; by A. S. Swan. - 147 S 24 

Guiney (Louise I.) Hurrell Froude, memoranda and comments. F151 

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Guizot (Francois P. G.) History of France to [1789]. port. ill. 93105 

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Gun-runner, a tale of Zululand ; by B. Mitford. - - - 96 M 2 

Gumtnyon [Wm.) Translations from the Greek anthology. 1883. 88101 

Gunsaulus (Frank W.) Paths to power, sermons. 1905. - 25205 
Gunther (Johann C. ) and others. Die Gegner der zweiten 

schlesischen Schule. 2 v. mem. port. - 83111-2 

Guthrie (Arthur) Rowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. ill. 93118 

Guthrie (Thomas) Parables of our Lord. 1908. mem. port. ill. 22707 

- Speaking to the heart, sermons. 1864. 25224 

Guthrie, Thomas. Smeaton (\V. H. 0.) Guthrie [a biography]. 1900. G081 

Guthrie of the Times, a story of success ; by J. A. Altsheler. - 64 A 1 

Guy Fawkes, or, the gunpowder treason ; by W. H. Ainsworth. 16A2 

Guy Mannering, or, the astrologer; by Sir W. Scott. 2 copies. 35 SI 
Guyenne. Barker(E. H.) Two summers in Guyenne. 1894. ill. map, 93305 

Guyer (Michael F.) Animal micrology. 1907. ill. - - 57801 

GWYWN (Stephen L. ) Thomas Moore [his life and work]. 190.1. M331 

Gymnasium zu Stolpenburg ; von H. Hoffmann ; with notes. 1904. 43818 

Gymnastics. Hartelius (T. J.) Home gymnastics. 1906. id. - 61320 

- See also Dumb-bells. 

Gypsies. For list of related subjects, see Customs. 

- Borrow (G.) The Zincali, the gipsies of Spain. 1901. ill. - 39701 

With a vocabulary of their language. 

H 

H. (H. W.) Quiet waters, some streams of Scotland. 1884. - 91820 

H— family ; by F. Bremer. 86B3 

Habakkuk. See Bible. 

Hackert, Jakob P. In Goethe (J. W. von) Werke, v. .">. - - 83833 

Hadden (James C. ) George Thomson, the friend of Burns. 1898. T041 

- Thomas Campbell [a biography]. C271 

Hadow (G. E.) Modern whist leads. 1899. .... 79504 

Haeckel (Ernst) The last link [evolution]. 1S98. - - - 57510 
Hagedorn (Friedrich von) [Gedichte]. In Anakreontiker und 

preuszisch-patriotische Lyriker. mem. port. - ■ - 83103 

Haggard (Henry Rider) Beatrice, a novel. - - - 3H18 

- Black heart and white heart, and other stories. - - - 3H20 

- Cleopatra. 3H9 

- Colonel Quaritch, V.C., a tale of country life. - - - 3H7 

- Dawn. - - - - - - - - - - - 3H17 

- Doctor Therne. 3H1 

- Eric Brighteyes. 3H5 

- Jess. 3H4 

- Joan Haste. - - - - - - 3H19 

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- Lysbeth, a tale of the Dutch. - - - - - - - 3H8 

- Montezuma's daughter. - - - - - - - - 3H10 

- Nada the lily. 3H11 

- The people of the mist. 3H2 

- She, a history of adventure. - - - - - - - 3H12 

- Ayesha, the return of " She." 2 copies. 3H3 

- Swallow, a tale of the great trek. 3H14 

- The witch's head. 3H13 

- a?idLANG(A.) The world's desire. 4H1 

Haig (Alexander) Diet and food. 1906. ill. - 61311 

Hain (Adolf) Gedichte. 1855. 801H 

Haldane (E. S.) James F. Ferrier [a biography]. 1899. - - F131 

Haldane (James A. L.) How we escaped from Pretoria. 1901. ill. 96402 

Hale (Susan) Mexico [a history]. 1897. ill. maps. - - 97601 

Hales ( J. W. ) ed. Longer English poems, 1S78. - - - 82222 

Half a century, changes in men and manners ; by A. I. Shand. 91105 

Half -hours at the manse, short papers ; by K. Hewat. 1904. - E9H1 

Halle urton (Thomas C.) Sam Slick, the clockmaker. - - 8H1 

- The attache [a sequel to " Sam Slick "]. 8H2 

Halifax, Charles Montagu, Earl of. i^Merz(T.) The junto. 1907. 99606 

Halil Halid. The crescent versus the cross. 1907. - - - 29701 

Hall (H. S.) and Knight (S. R) Elementary algebra. 1906. - 51201 

- - Higher algebra, a sequel to " Elementary algebra." 1906. - 51202 

- and Stevens (F. H.) Text-book of Euclid's Elements. 1904. 51303 
Hall (Henry Fielding) The inward light. 1908. - - - 29406 

"The evolution of [the Buddhist] religion in the east." 

Hall, Joseph, Bp. Milton (J.) Animadversions upon the Remon- 
strant's Defence against Smectymnuus. In his Works. - 82832 
Hall (Middleton) Practical rifle shooting. 1906. ill. - - 35510 
Hall (Owen) Eureka. 10 HI 

- The track of a storm. 10H2 

Hall (Robert) Works. 1832-41. 6 v. mem. port. - 20806-11 

1. Sermons, charges, and circular letters. 2. On terms of communion 
and the difference between Christian baptism and the baptism of John. 3. 
Tracts, political and miscellaneous. 4. Reviews and miscellaneous pieces. 
5. Notes of sermons. Letters. 6. Memoir of R. Hall ; by O. Gregory. 
Observations on Hall's character as a preacher ; by J. Foster. Sermons. 

- Miscellaneous works and remains. 1853. mem. port. - - 82822 

Christianity consistent with a love of freedom. Freedom of the press. 
Modern infidelity considered. Reflections on war. Sentiments proper to the 
present crisis [1803]. Reviews. [Etc.] 

Hallam, Arthur H. In Brown (J.) Horse subsecivas, v. 2. - - E1B3 

Hallam (Henrv) Constitutional history of England. 1897. 3 v. 34203-5 

- Europe during the middle ages. 1901. 91005 

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Hallam, Henry. Macaulay (Lord) Hallam's Constitutional 

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Halves, a novel ; by J. Payn. 18P13 

Hamerton (P. G.) Imagination in landscape painting. 1896. ill. 75809 

- Thoughts about art. 1873. - - - - 70101 
Hamilton, Alexander [a biography] ; by H. C. Lodge. 1898. - H201 
Hamilton, Emma, Lady [a biography] ; by W. Sichel. 1901. - H101 
Hamilton (Sir IanS. M,) Gen. A staff-officer's scrap-book during 

the Russo-Japanese war. 1905-7. 2 v. ill. maps. - 95116-7 

Hamilton (J. A.) Course of instructions for the violin, fo. - 78707 

Hamilton, James. In memory of James Hamilton. - - - H181 
Hamilton (Janet) Poems of purpose. Sketches of Scottish 

peasant life and character. Sketches of local scenes and 

characters. 1865. ------.- 82849 

Hamilton, P. Kidd (J.) Hamilton and Wishart. In The reformers. 99812 
Hamilton (Sir Richard V.) Adm. Rodney; Hood. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. - .... 99609 

Hamilton (William) Poems and Songs. In Ramsay [etc.] mi m, 82211 
Hamilton, Sir Wm. Baynes(T. S.) Hamilton. In Edinburgh essays. E3E1 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 5. 1897. - 99903 

- Macpherson (H. C.) Hamilton and Carlyle as philosophi 

In his Century of intellectual development. 1 ( .K)7. - - 30411 
Hammerton (John A.) In the track of I J. L Stevenson, and 

elsewhere in old France. 1907. ill. .... 93303 

- A young man's mind [conduct of life]. 17003 

- ed. Stevensoniana, anecdotal life and appreciation. l'.»<>7. - S073 
Hampshire. Hudson (W. H.) Hampshire days. 1903. HI. - 91702 
Hanauer (J. E.) Folk-lore of the Holy Land. 1907. - 39819 
Hand. Bell (Sir C.) The hand, its mechanism. 1885. HI, - 21507 
Hand of Ethelberta ; by T. Hardy. - - - 21 H 12 
Handel, Geo. F. Cummings (\Y. H.) Handel [a biography], port, ill. H141 
Handrailing. Hasluck(P. N.)ecZ. Practical handrailing. L905. ///. 69402 

Handsome Humes ; by W. Black. 62B11 

Handwriting". For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Jackson (J.) Theory and practice of handwriting. 1906. - 65201 
Handyman's enquire within ; ed. by P. N. Hasluck. 1908. ill 68003 
Hannay, James. Espinasse (E.) James Hannay and his friends. 

In his Literary recollections. 1893. - - - - E141 

Hannay (James 0.) Christian monasticism. 1903. - - - 27104 

Hansa towns [a history] ; by H. Zimmern. 1891. ill. map. - 92703 

Hanson (Charles H.) Greece described. 1886. ill. maps. - 93816 
Happiness. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Avebury (Lord) Duty of happiness. In his Pleasures of life. - E2A3 

Happy prince [a story]; by 0. Wilde. 96W2 

Happy valley; by Mrs. B. M. Croker. - - - - 119 CI 

Hard cash ; by C. Reade. - - - - - 16R6 

A sequel to " Love me little, love me long," 16 R 7. 

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Hardy (Alfred E. G.) and others. The salmon. 1898. ill. - 79921 

[Hardy (Edward J.)] How to be happy though married. 1887. 17303 
Hardy (Harold) joint-author. See Colles (William M.) 

Hardy (Thomas) Poems of the past and the present. 1903. - 601 H 

- Wessex poems, and other verses. 1903. ill. - 602 H 

- Desperate remedies, a novel. - - - - - - 21 H 2 

- Far from the madding crowd. 21H11 

- A group of noble dames [stories]. 21 H 6 

- The hand of Ethelberta. 21H12 

- A Laodicean, a story of to-day. ------ 21H4 

- Life's little ironies, tales. 21 H 8 

- The mayor of Casterbridge. 21H13 

- A pair of blue eyes. - - - - - - - - 21 H 10 

- The return of the native. - - - - - - 21 H 5 

- The trumpet-major, a tale. - - - - - - - 21 H 14 

- Two on a tower. 21 HI 

- Under the greenwood tree. - 21 H 7 

- The well-beloved. 21 H 9 

- Wessex tales. 21H15 

An imaginative woman. The three strangers. The withered arm. 
Fellow-townsmen. Interlopers at the Knap. The distracted preacher. 

- The woodlanders. 21 H 3 

Hardy, Thomas. Sherren (W.) Wessex of romance. 1908. bibl. ill. 91724 

Hardy Norseman ; by Edna Lyall. 66L11 

[Hare (J ctliusC. and A. W.)] Guesses at truth. 1897. mem. port. 82859 
Hare. For list of related subjects, see Mammals. 

- Macpherson (H. A.) and others. The hare. 1903. ill. - 79920 

Natural history, shooting, coursing, hunting, cookery. 

Hargrave (Gordon) joint-author. See Tylor (Charles). 

Harker (Alfred) Petrology for students. 1908. ill. - - 55202 

Harland (Sir Edward J.) Shipbuilding in Belfast. 1905. - 99712 

Harlaw (John) Sandy Gordon, missionar, a story. - - - 122 HI 

Harman (N. B.) Preventable blindness. 1907. ill. - - 61606 

Harmonists. In Nordhoff (C.) Communistic societies. 1875. - 33519 
Harmonium. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Williams' Self-instructor for the harmonium, fo. - - - 78619 
Harmony. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Prout(E.) Harmony, its theory and practice. 1901. mus. - 78105 
Analytical key to the exercises in Harmony. 1903. mus.- 78106 

Harmsworth (Alfred C. W.) See Northcliffe (A. C. W. Harms- 
worth, Lord). 

Harold, the last of the Saxon kings ; by Lord Lytton. - - - 73 L 9 
Harper (C. G.) Rural nooks round London, Middlesex and Surrey. 91721 

Harper (J. W.) Education and social life. 1907. - - - 37012 

Harraden (Beatrice) The fowler. 24 HI 

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Harraden (Beatrice) Katharine Frensham, a novel. - - 24H2 

- Ships that pass in the night. 24H3 

Harrison (A.) joint-author. See Hutchins (B. L.) 

Harrison (C.) and Douglas (J. C.) Photographer's handbook, ill. 77003 

Harrison (Frederic) The choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. E3H1 

Culture, a dialogue. Past and present, a letter to Mr. Ruskin. The 
romance of the peerage, Lothair. Froude's Life of Carlyle. The life of 
George Eliot. Historic London. Bernard of Clairvaux. A few words about 
the eighteenth century. Histories of the French revolution. A few words 
about the nineteenth century. [Etc.] 

- Meaning of history, and other historical pieces. 1903. - - 90404 

- National and social problems. 1908. 30413 

- ed. Carlyle and the London Library. 1907. ill. - - - 02702 
Harrison, Frederic. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 4. - E5M5 

A new calendar of great men. A historical romance [Theophano], 

Harrison, John. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 99712 

Harrison (John W.) Lessons on sanitation. 1906. ill. - - 61406 

Harrison (Newton) Electric-wiring. 1906. ill. - - - 62404 

- Electrical engineering. 1907. ill. 62111 

Harrison (Robert) joint-author. See Gostwick (Joseph). 

Harrogate. A descriptive guide to Harrogate, ill. maps. - 91734 

Harry Lorrequer, The confessions of; by C. Lever. - - 39L4 

Harry Richmond, Adventures of ; by G. Meredith. - - - 82 M4 

Hart (John S.) Manual of composition and rhetoric. 1901. - 80812 

Harte (Francis Bret) Some later verses. 1898. - - - 1001 H 

- Barker's luck, etc. 32 H 3 

- The crusade of the 'Excelsior.' 32H5 

- Gabriel Conroy. 32 H 2 

- A protegee of Jack Hamlin's, etc. 32 H4 

Hartelius (T. J.) Home gymnastics for young and old. 1906. ill. 61320 

Harting (James E.) and Shand (A. I.) The rabbit. 1898. ill. 79924 
Hartley (C. G.) joint -author. See Calvert (Albert F.) 

Hartmann (Robert) Anthropoid apes. 1904. ill. - - - 59905 
Hartog (P. J.) and Langdon (Mrs. A. H.) Writing of English. 1907. 42809 

Hartwig (G.) Heroes of the Polar world. 1892. ill. - 99504 

- Marvels over our heads [weather, etc.] 1894. ill. - - 55123 

- Sea-monsters and sea-birds. 1892. ill. 59604 

Harvey (Charles H. ) The biology of British politics. 1904. - 32002 
Harvey (William) 1578-1657. Motion of heart and blood in 

animals, bibl. mem. 59116 

Harvey (William) 187 4- . Irish life and humour. 1906. - 92603 

Harvey (Wm. H.) The sea-side book, natural history. 1857. ill. 59020 

Harveys [a novel] ; by H. Kingsley. 26 K4 

Harzreise ; von H. Heine ; [with notes]. 1903. - - 43820 

Hasluck (Paul N.) ed. Cabinetwork and joinery. 1907. ill. - 68401 

- Electro-plating. 1906. ill. - 62420 

- The handyman's enquire within. 1908. ill. - 68003 

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Hasluck (Paul N. ) ed. Photographic studios and dark rooms. 

L907. ///• --- 77102 

- Practical handrailing. 1905. ill. 69402 

- Sanitary construction in building. 1906. ill. - - - 62802 

- Sanitary conveniences and drainage. 1906. ill. - - - 62803 

- Window blinds, their making and fixing. 1907. ill. - - 69401 

- Wood carving. 1908. ill. 73603 

Hassall (Arthur) Expansion of Gt. Britain, 1715-89. 1907. maps. 91420 
Hastings (Warren) Letters to his wife. 1905. port. ill. - H071 
Hastings, Warren. In Burke (E.) Works, v. 4-6. - - - 82814-6 

4. Reports on administration of justice in India. Articles of charge 
against Warren Hastings. 5. Articles of charge against Warren Hastings 
[conch] 6. Report from the Committee of the House of Commons appointed 
to inspect the Lords' journals in relation to their proceeding on the trial of 
Warren Hastings. 

- In Griffith (G.) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. ill. 99607 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. El Ml 

Hastings. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1906. plan. 90407 

Hatton (Joseph) By order of the Czar. 36 HI 

- A vision of beauty. --------- 36H2 

Hauff (Wilhelm) Das kalte Herz, Marchen ; with notes, port. 43819 

Haunted hotel ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 74C11 

Haunted house [stories] ; by C. Dickens and others. - - 31 D 9 

Haven under the hill, a novel ; by M. Linskill. - - - 45 LI 

Havergal ( Frances R.) Streamlets of song. 1887.- - - 401H 

Hawaii. Visger (Mrs. J. A. 0.) The story of Hawaii. 1898. ill. 99204 

Haweis (Hugh R.) Speech in season [addresses]. 1874. - - 25215 

The instinct of worship and praise. The priesthood is magnetic and 
spiritual. Christ's hard sayings. The worth and unworth of dogmatic 
theology. Prayer-book forms. What is the use and meaning of baptism ? 
What is the use and meaning of the Lord's Supper ? Prayer explained in a 
new way. Insanity. Hell. Imifiortality. Spirit life. Almsgiving. [Etc.] 

Hawke, Edward, Lord. Fremantle (Sir E. R.) Hawke. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

Hawker (C. E. ) Chats about wine. 1907. .... 66302 

Hawley (Frederick B. ) Enterprise and the productive process, 

economics. 1907. 33017 

Hawthorne (Nathaniel) The Blithedale romance. - - - 41 H 2 

- The house of the seven gables. 41 H 6 

- Mosses from an old manse. - - - - - - - 41 H 12 

- The new Adam and Eve, etc. 41H13 

" A second series of ' Mosses from an old manse.' " 

- Our old home. - 41 H 5 

- The scarlet letter. 41 H 3 

- The snow-image, and other twice-told tales. - - - 41 H 9 

- Tangle wood tales. 41 HI 

- Transformation. 41H10 

- True stories from history and biography. - - - - 41 H 8 

- Twice-told tales. - - - 41 H4 

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Hawthorne (Nathaniel) Legends of the Province House, etc. 41 H 7 

" Second series of ' Twice-told tales.' " 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library. E6S1 

- In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. - - 81001 
Hay (Alfred) Continuous current engineering. 1907. ill. - 62410 

Hay (Ian) " Pip," a romance of youth. 46H1 

Hay (James) Johnson, characteristics and aphorisms. 1895. - J 024 

- Sir Walter Scott. 1899. port. S032 

- Swift, the mystery of his life and love. 1891. - - - S341 
Hayden (Arthur) Chats on old china. 1906. ill. - - - 73802 

- Chats on old furniture. 1906. ill. 74901 

- Chats on old prints. 1906. ill. 76901 

Hayes (Arthur J.) The source of the Blue Nile. 1905. ill. maps. 95803 
Hay ward (Frank H.) The meaning of education as interpreted 

by Herbart. 1907. 37006 

Hazell and Sons ; by A. S. Swan. 147S42 

Hazlitt (William) Characters of Shakespeare's plays. Lectures 

on the English poets. 1903. 82505 

- Lectures on the English poets and comic writers. 1906. - 82218 
Hazlitt, William. Birrell (A.) Hazlitt [a biography]. 1902. bvbl. H051 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 1 . - 82107 

- In Stephen (Sir L. ) Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E6S2 
Hazzledine (Geo. D.) The white man in Nigeria. 1904. ill. map. 96003 
Head of the family, a novel ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - - - 107 C 2 

Head of the household ; by T. Cobb. 65 C 2 

Headlam (Cecil) Friends that fail not, essays. 1902. - - E8H1 

The short cut of coincidence. As the smoke vanisheth. On curses and 
concerning oaths. A Parisian in London, 1789. [Etc.] 

Headlong Hall [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. - - - 20 P 3 

Headsman, a tale ; by J. F. Cooper. 86 C 8 

Healey [a novel] ; by J. Fothergill. 42 F3 

Health. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- In A vebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893. - - - E2A3 

- Bromhead (H. K.) Health knowledge. 61316 

- Brown (J.) Plain words on health. In his Horse subsecivse, v. 1. E1B2 

- Bullen (F. T. ) The ocean as the world's reservoir of health. 

In his Our heritage the sea. 1906. 55108 

- Chadwick (Mrs. E. H.) Hygiene and temperance. 2 v. ill. 61312-3 

" For teaching hygiene and temperance in public elementary schools." 

- Kingsley (C.) Health and education [essays]. 1887. - - E1K3 
Sanitary and social lectures and essays. 1889. - - - E1K1 

The science of health. The two breaths. Thrift. Nausicaa in London, 
or, the lower education of women. The air-mothers. Great cities and their 
influence. Heroism. " A mad world, my masters." [Etc.] 

- Kirk (E. B.) Papers on health. 1904. ill. - 61314 

- Smith (S.) The philosophy of health. 1865. ill.- - - 61309 

- See also Alcohol. Children. Food. Physical education. Sleep. 

150 



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Health, Public. Goff (A.) and Levy (J. H.) Politics and disease. 61403 
Vivisection. Vaccination. The psychology of Paateurism. Stray 

thoughts Dii hospitals. [Etc.] 

- Harrison (J. W.) Lessons on sanitation. 1906. ill. - - 61406 

- Jcphson (H.) The sanitary evolution of London. 1907. map. 61402 

- Newman (G.) Health of the state. 1907. .... 61407 

- See also Children. 

Hearn (Gordon R.) The seven cities of Delhi. 1906. ill. plans. 94803 
Hearn (Lafcadio) Some Chinese ghosts [legends]. 1907. - 39808 

Hearn, Lafcadio, Life and letters ; by E. Bisland. 1906. 2 v. ill. H131-2 
Hearseys, an Anglo-Indian family ; by H. Pearse. 1905. port. H011 

Heart of Helen ; by L. T. Meade. 76 M 2 

Heart of man ; by S. K. Hocking. 67H15 

Heart of Midlothian ; by Sir W. Scott. 35S11 

Heart of oak, a three-stranded yarn ; by W. Clark Russell. - 75 R 9 
Heart of Rome, a tale ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - 113 C 15 

Heart that knows ; by C. G. D. Roberts. 41 Rl 

Heart's problem ; by C. Gibbon. 21G10 

Heart's-ease in the family ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 81W40 
Heartsease, or, the brother's wife ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - 5Y8 
Heat. For list of related subjects, see Physics ; for applications of 
heat, see Engineering. 

- Bryan (G. H.) Thermo-dynamics, introductory. 1907. - - 53606 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 8. 1906. ill. - - 03210 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 2. 1904. ill. - 53603 

- Stewart (R. W.) Heat. 1907. ill. 53607 

- Tyndall (J.) Heat, a mode of motion. 1904. ill. - - - 53604 
Heath (Francis G.) The fern world. 189S. ill. - - - 58701 

- Our British trees, how to know them. 1907. ill. - - - 58211 
Heath (H. L.) The infant, the parent, and the state. 1907. ill. 61307 
Heathcote (John M.) and others. Skating. Figure-skating. - 79619 

- Tennis. Lawn-tennis. Rackets. Fives. 1903. ill. - - 79616 
Heather and snow, a novel ; by G. MacDonald. - - - - 10 M 26 
Heathfield, George A. Eliott, Lord. Adye (Sir J. M. ) Heathfield. 

In From Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. port, plans. - 99610 
Heath's French grammar ; by W. H. Fraser and J. Squair. 1907. 44833 
Heating. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Griffiths (H.) Plenum heating and ventilation. 1905. ill. - 69702 

- Maxwell (W. H.) Ventilation, heating [etc.] 1907. bibl. ill. 69701 
Heaton (Mrs. Charles) joint-author. See Cunningham (Allan). 
Heaven. For list of related subjects, see Future state. 

- Jeremias (A.) Babylonian heaven and hell. 1902.- - - 29902 
Hebel ( Johann P. ) Werke. bibl. mem. port. - - - - 83827-8 

1. Allemannische Gedichte. 2. Schatzkastlein des rheinischen Haus- 
freundes. 

Hebrew language. See Language, Hebrew. 
Hebrews. See Jews. 

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Hebrews, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Hebrides. Miller (H. ) Cruise of the Betsey [geology]. 1897. - 55402 
Heelis (F.) How to teach business training. - 65805 

Hegel (Georg W. F.) Werke. 1832-42. 18 v. in 20. - 19306-25 

1. Philosophische Abhandlungen. 2. Phanomeuologie des Geistes. 
3-5. Wissenschaft der Logik. 6-7. Encyclopadie der philosophischen 
Wissenschaften im Grundrisse. 8. Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts. 
9. Vorlesungen Liber die Philosophie der Geschichte. 10- Vorlesungen 
iiber die Aesthetik. 11-12. Vorlesungen Liber die Philosophie der Religion. 
13-15. Vorlesungen iiber die Geschichte der Philosophie. 16-17. Vermischte 
Schriften. 18. Philosophische Propadeutik. 

Heidelberg, or, the winter-king ; by G. P. R. James. - - 6 J 10 

Heidenmauer, a legend of the Rhine; by J. F. Cooper. - - 86 C 11 

Heidenstam (O. G. vox) Swedish life in town and country, ill. 94108 

Heilprin (Angelo) The distribution of animals. 1894. map. 59104 

Heilprix (Louis) joint-author. See Vambery ( Arminius). 

Heixe (Heixrich) Die Harzreise ; [with notes]. J 903. mem. port. 43820 

- Poems. 1905. mem. 1201 H 

- Prose writings ; ed. by H. H. Ellis, mem. - - - - E2H1 

Reisebilder. The romantic school. Religion and philosophy. Floren- 
tine nights. Don Quixote. Gods in exile. Confessions. [Etc.] 

- Wit, wisdom, and pathos, from [his] prose. 1879. port. - 83801 
Heine, Heinrich. In Eliot (George) Essays. 1884. - - - E2E1 
Heixrich vox Freiberg. Fortsetzung [von Tristan und Isolde]. 802 G 

Heir [a novel] ; by Sydney C. Grier. 67G4 

Heir of Redclyffe [a story] ; by C. M. Yonge. - - - 5Y9 

Heir presumptive and heir apparent ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. 609 

Heirs of Errington ; by E. J. Worboise. 81 W8 

Helbeck of Bannisdale ; by Mrs. H. Ward. .... 13W7 

Heldenbriefe ; von C. H. von Hofmannswaldau. - - - 83110 

Helen [a story] ; by M. Edgeworth. 10 E4 

Helen Bury [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W41 

Hell. For list of related subjects, see Future state. 

- In Haweis (H. R.) Speech in season. 1874. - 25215 

- Jeremias (A.) Babylonian heaven and hell. 1902.- - - 29902 
Helmholtz (Hermann L. F.) The sensations of tone. 1875. - 78101 
[Helps (Sir Arthur)] Friends in council [essays]. 1894-1900. 2 v. E6H1-2 

1. Education. History. Reading. On giving and taking criticism. 
On the art of living. Improvement of the condition of the rural poor. 
Government. Slavery. 2. Worry. War. Criticism. Arts of self-advancement. 
Miseries of human life. Life not so miserable, after all. Pleasantness. 
Rowing down the river Mozelle. Government. Despotism. Need for toler- 
ance. [Etc.] 

Helvetius, C. A. In Tallentyre (S. G.) Friends of Voltaire, port. 99507 
Hemphill (Samuel) A history of the revised version of the New 

Testament. 1906. - ' - - 22606 

Henderson, Alexander, Life and times of ; by J. Aiton. 1836. port. H161 
Henderson (George) Lady Nairne and her songs, ill. - - N031 
Henderson (T. F.) Auld Ayrshire of Robert Burns. 1906. col. ill. 91902 

- Mary, Queen of Scots, a biography. 1905. 2 v. ill. - - M046-7 

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Hbndebson (T. F.) Scottish vernacular literature, a history. 1900. 82014 

- and Watt (F.) Scotland of to-day . iihi;. col. ill. - - 91832 
HENDERSON (William J.) The art of the singer. 1906. - - 78401 

- What is good music? 1901. mus. 78014 

Hkndrtck (Burton J.) The story of life insurance. 1907. ill. 36801 

Hknlky (William E.) Poems. 1907. 1101H 

- Views and reviews, essays. 1892. - - - - - - E5H1 

Henrietta's wish : by C. M. Yonge. 5Y15 

Henry VII. In Bacon (Lord) Works, v. 6. 19211 

Henry (William C.) Memoirs of John Dalton. 1854. - - D191 

Henry Esmond, History of; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12 T 7 

Henry Masterton [a romance] ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6J12 

Henry of Guise, or, the states of Blois ; by G. P. R. James. - 6 J 11 

Henslow (George) How to study wild flowers. 1907. ill. - 58212 

- The origin of floral structures. 1893. ill. - - . - 58109 

- The origin of plant structures. 1895. ----- 58105 

- Plants of the Bible. 1906. ill. 22113 

- The story of wild flowers. 1904. ill. 58202 

Henson (Herbert H.) Christian marriage. 1907. - - - 17306 

Her heart's desire ; by C. Garvice. 83 G 2 

Her lord and master ; by F. Marryat. - - - - 51 Ml 

Her two millions ; by W. Westall. 41 Wl 

Heraclitus. In Blackie (J. S.) The wise men of Greece. 1877. 18201 
Heraldry. See Crests. Flags. Galleys. 

Herbart, Johann F. Hay ward (F. H.) The meaning of education 

as interpreted by Herbart. 1907. - - - - - 37006 
Herbert of Cherbury (Lord) Autobiography ; ed. by S. Lee. port. H041 

Herbert (George) Works; ed. by R. A. Willmott. mem. - 301 H 

Herbert, George. In Walton (I.) Lives. 1901. - - - 79935 

Hercat. Ventriloquist and ventriloquial dialogues, ill. - 79102 

Here and there memories ; by H. R. X. 1896. - - - 82829 

Heredia, Jose M. de. In Bailey (J. C.) Claims of French poetry. 84102 
Heredity. For list of related subjects, see Evolution. 

- Butler (S.) The deadlock in Darwinism. In his Essays. 1908. E10B1 

- Lock (R. H.) Recent progress in heredity [etc.] 1906. ill. - 57516 
Hereward the Wake, 'last of the English 5 ; by C. Kingsley. - 24K5 
Herford (Brooke) and others. What do Unitarians believe 

and teach ? 1906. 28801 

Herkless (John) Cardinal Beaton, priest and politician. 1891. B091 

- Richard Cameron [a biography]. 1896. ----- C251 
Hermits. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1905. ill. 99809 

Saint Antony. Saint Paul, the first hermit. Hilarion. Simeon 
Stylites. Saint Severinus. Saint Godric. [Etc.] 

Herodotus. [Works. Greek text ; ed. by G. Long]. 1838. bibl. 88827 

Herodotus, Philosophy of ; byT. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 6. 90401 

153 



HER GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Heroes. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 
- Carlyle (T.) Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. E2C4 
Heroes, Greek fairy tales ; by C. Kingsley. .... 24K7 
Heroes of the Polar world ; by G. Hartwig. 1892. ill. - - 99504 
Heroes of the reformation, critical biographies. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Heroism. In Kingsley (C. ) Health and education. 1887. - E1K3 

Herons' Tower, a romance ; by E. Gerard. .... 15G1 

Herrick (Robert) Poetical works ; ed. G. E. B. Saintsbury. 

2 v. 1301-2H 

Herriot (Edouard) Madame Recamier. 1906. 2 v. port. ill. Rlll-2 
Herschel, Sir William, his life and works ; by E. S. Holden. 1881. H191 
Hertzian waves. See Electric waves. 

Hervey (Arthur) Masters of French music. 1894. port. - 99703 
Hervey, James. In Ryle (J. C.) Christian leaders. 1899. - 99814 

Hervey, Mary Lepel, Lady. Dobson (H. A.) Mary Lepel, Lady 

Hervey. In his Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 3. 1896. E3D3 
Hervey (Maurice H. ) Trade policy of imperial federation. 1892. 33701 
Hester, a story of contemporary life; by Mrs. M. 0. W. Oliphant. 606 
Hetty Wesley [a novel] ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - - - 97 C 3 
Hewat (Kirkwood) Half-hours at the manse, short papers. 1904. E9H1 
Hewison (James K.) Bute in the olden time. 1S93-5. 2 v. ill. map. 91907-8 
Hewlett (Maurice) Road in Tuscany, a commentary. 1906. ill. 93711 

- Fond adventures, tales. - 57 H 3 

- The fool errant. .... - 57 HI 

- The forest lovers, a romance. - ... 57H5 

- New Canterbury tales. - 57 H 2 

- The queen's quair, or, the six years' tragedy. - 57 H4 
Heyne, Christian G., Life of ; by T. Carlyle. In his Essays, v. 2. E2C6 
Heyse (Paul J. L. ) Niels mit der ofTeneu Hand ; with notes, mem. 43821 

Heywood (N. A.) Oddities of the law. 34003 

Heywood, Thomas. In Swinburne ( A. C. ) The age of Shakespeare. 82524 
Hichens (Robert S.) Flames, a London phantasy. - - - 58H1 

- The woman with the fan. 58 H 2 

Hicks (John W.) Vocations for our sons. 1906. - - - 65801 
Hickson (Sidney J.) The story of life in the seas. 1901. ill. - 59101 

Hide and seek ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 74 C 3 

Higginson (Francis J. ) Naval battles in the century. 1906. - 90403 
Higginson (Thomas W.) Common sense about women. 1897. - 39602 
Higgs (Mary) Glimpses into the abyss [the poor]. 1906. - - 33901 
Higgs (W. M.) The Spurgeon family. 1906. - S351 

High priestly prayer ; by H. C. G. Moule. 1907. - - 22709 

"A devotional commentary on the seventeenth chapter of St. John." 
Higher life in art [painting] ; by Sir W. Bayliss. 1879. ill. - 75001 
Highland Brigade [a history] ; by J. and D. L. Cromb. 1902. ill. 35602 

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HIS 



Highland cousins, a novel ; by W. Black. 62B9 

Highlands and Highlanders. Campbell (J. F.) ed. Popular tales 

of the west Highlands [In Gaelic and English]. 4v. ill. 39810-3 

- Campbell (J. G.) Superstitions of the Highlands. 1900. - 39822 

- - Witchcraft and second sight in the Highlands. 1902. - 39823 

- Leyden (J.) A tour in the Highlands in 1800. 1903. - - 92202 

- Macgregor (A.) The feuds of the clans, 1031-1619. 1907. - 92203 

- Mclan (R. R.) Costumes of the clans; [text] by J. Logan, col. ill. 92204 

- Mackenzie (W. C.) History of the Scottish Highlands. 1906. 92201 

- Meyer (K.) and others. The old Highlands. 1908. - - 92211 

Ancient Gaelic poetry ; by K. Meyer. Social progress in the High- 
lands since the forty-five ; by D. Mackeggie. Hymns of the Gael ; by D. 
Mackinnon. A measg tuath na Gaidhealtachd ; [by] U. Mac-Coinnich. Life 
in the Highlands in the olden times ; by W. Mackay. The legend of the 
Fiann in the Highland bards ; by W. A. Craigie. The historical development 
of the different systems of education in the Highlands ; by M. Maclean. Na 
sean-f hacail; [by] I. R. MacGille-na-Brataich. The Gael as seen in his 
language ; by L. MacBean. The clan system as a legal entity : by H. 
MacLeod. The Gaelic language and the people who speak it ; by M. 
MacFarlane. The songs of the Gael ; by H. Whyte. 

- Moncrieff( A. R. H.) Highlands and islands. 1906. col. ill. map. 92209 

- "Mountain, moor, and loch, "the W.Highland Railway. 1895. ill. 92212 

- St. John (C.) Wild sports and natural history. 1907. ill. - 79940 

- Skene (W. F.) The Highlanders of Scotland. 1902. map. - 92206 

- Stewart (A.) Nether Lochaber. 1883. 92205 

"Natural history, legends, and folk-lore of the west Highlands." 

Higinbotham (Harlow N. ) The making of a merchant. 1907. 65802 

Hilarion, Saint. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1905. - - 99809 
Hildebrand. See Gregory VII. 

Hill (Alfred P.) Machine drawing. 1904. .... 62012 

Hillern (Wilhelmine von) Hdher als die Kirche ; with notes. 43815 
Hillier (G. 1L.) joint-author. See Albemarle (Earl of). 

Hillis (Newell D.) Master of the science of right living. 1903. 24806 

Hills of home [a story] ; by N. Maclean. 23M1 

Hillside rhymes ; by J. Veitch. 1872. 101 V 

Hilton (Harold H.) My golfing reminiscences. 1907. - - 79621 

Hind (C. L.) Adventures among pictures. 1904. ill. - - 75906 

- Days in Cornwall. 1907. col. ill. 91717 

- The education of an artist. 1906. ill. 70702 

- Turner [his life and art], col. ill. T131 

Hinduism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Mullens (J. ) Religious aspects of Hindu philosophy, bibl. - 29402 

- Noble (M. E.) Cradle tales of Hinduism. 1907. - - - 29403 

- Slater (T. E.) Higher Hinduism, relation to Christianity. - 29401 

Hinton (C. H.) An episode of flatland. 121H1 

Hinton (James) Life and letters ; ed. by E. Hopkins. 1878. port. H171 

Hippel (T. G. von) Lebenslaufe nach aufsteigender Linie. mem. 83822 

Hirst (Francis W.) Adam Smith [a biography]. 1904. - Sill 

His excellency's English governess ; by Sydney C. Grier. - - 67 Gl 

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HIS GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

His heart to win, a love story ; by Curtis Yorke. - - - 6Y2 

His next of kin ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W32 

His sombre rivals ; by E. P. Roe. 56 R 7 

Hiscox (Gardner D.) Gas, gasoline, and oil-engines. 1906. ill. 62202 

- Modern steam engineering. 1907. ill. 62111 

Histoire de Gil Bias de Santillane ; par A. R. Le Sage. - - 37L1 
Histoire d'un conscrit de 1813 ; par E. Erckmann et A. Chatrian. 30E2 
Historical characters [biographies] ; by Sir H. L. Bulwer. - 99506 

History. Histories of specific countries or subjects are entered under 

their names. For a list of these, and of headings subsidiary to 
history not here referred, see the classified table of subject- 
headings at the commencement of the catalogue. 

- Arnold (T.) Lectures on modern history. 1843. - - - 90410 

- Canning (A. S. G.) British writers on classic lands. 1907. - 90203 

- In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 2, 4. E2C6, E2C8 

- De Quincey (T.) Historical essays. In his Writings, v. 6-7. - 90401-2 

1. Homer and Homerid?e. Philosophy of Herodotus. Toilette of a 
Hebrew lady. Cicero. The Caesars. 7. The casuistry of Roman meals. 
The pagan oracles. The Essenes. Secret societies. Greece under the 
Romans. The revolution of Greece. Modern Greece. Revolt of the Tartars. 
Ceylon. [Etc.] 

- In Emerson (H. W.) Essays, v. 1. - - - - - E1E1 
Lecture on the times. In his Nature [etc.] 1894. - .- E1E5 

- Fiddes (E.) and others. Historical essays. 1907. maps. - 90409 

The legend of St. Ursula and the eleven thousand virgins ; by Mrs. T. 
F. Tout. Wales and the March during the barons' wai - ; by T. F. 

Tout. The Italian bankers in England and their loans to Edward I. -II. ; by 
W. E. Rhodes. Pierre Dubois, a mediaeval radical; by F. If. Powicke. Did 
Richard II. murder the Duke of Gloucester? by J. Tait, The borough of 
Preston and its Gild Merchant ; by H. W. Clemesha. The sumptuary laws 
of Venice in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries; by M. M. Newett. 
Some aspects of Henry VIII. s Irish policy; by R. Dunlop. Elisabeth, 
Princess Palatine; by A. W. Ward. The Mil tonic ideal; by G. A. Wood. 
The beginnings of the national debt; by W. A. Shaw. The Moravian con- 
tribution to the evangelical revival in England, 1742-55 ; by J. E. Hutton. 
Xapoleon, the first phase ; by H. S. Wilkinson. The detention of Napoleon 
at St, Helena ; by J. H. Rose. [Etc.] 

- Forbes (A.) Memories and studies of war and peace. 1896. - 90412 
Souvenirs of some continents. 1894. 90406 

- Froude (J. A.) Science of history. In his Short studies, v. 1. E1F1 
Scientific method applied to history. In his Short studies. E1F2 

- In Harrison (F.) The choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. E3H1 

A few words about the eighteenth century. A few words about the 
nineteenth century. 

The meaning of history, and other historical pieces. 1903. 90404 

The use of history. The connection of history. Some great books of 
history. The history schools, an Oxford dialogue. A survey of the thirteenth 
century. What the revolution of 17S9 did. The city, ancient, mediaeval, 
modern, ideal. Rome revisited. Impressions of Athens. Constantinople 
as an historic city. The problem of Constantinople. Paris as an historical 
city. The transformation of Paris. The transformation of London. The 
sacredness of ancient buildings. Pakeographic purism. [Etc.] 

- Hegel (G. W. F.) Philosophic der Geschichte. In his Werke. 19314 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. 1900. - - E6H1 

- Historic sketches. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 4-6. ill. 03206-8 

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History. Jager (0.) The teaching of history. 1908. - - 90101 

- Kingsley (C.) Historical lectures and essays. 1902. - - 90411 

- Maurice (F. D. ) Ancient history. In his Books [etc.] 1904.- E6M1 

- Rawlinson (G.) A manual of ancient history [to a.d. 651]. - 90201 

Babylonia. Egypt. Carthage. Persia. Greece. Rome. Parthia. [Etc.] 

- Renan (E. ) What is a nation ? In li is Studies. - - - E1R1 

- Townsend (G.) Ecclesiastical and civil history to [a.d. 1384] 

philosophically considered. 1847. 2 v. - - - - 27035-6 

- See also Archaeology. Battles. Biography. Civilization. Geography. 

Middle ages. Sieges. Travel. 

History of David Grieve [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. - - 13 W 5 

History of Henry Esmond ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12 T 7 

History of Pendennis ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 3 

History of Richard Raynal, solitary ; by R. H. Benson. - - 126 Bl 

History of Samuel Titmarsh ; by W. M. Thackeray. - - - 82836 

Hitchcock (F. R. M.) Types of Celtic life and art. [1907]. - 92615 

" Hitopadesa," Book of good counsels from ; ed. by Sir E. Arnold. 89103 

Hittites [history and civilization] ; by L. Messerschmidt. 1903. 94411 

Hoare (J. D.) Arctic exploration. 1906. ill. maps. - - 99403 
Hobbes (John Oliver). See Craigie (Mrs. Pearl M. T.) 

Hobbes, Thomas. In Disraeli (I.) Quarrels of authors, v. 3. 1814. 82844 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99811 
Hobhouse, L. T. Morley (Viscount) Democracy and reaction. 

In his Miscellanies, v. 4. 1908. E5M5 

Hobson (John A.) Canada to-day. 1906. 96902 

- John Ruskin, social reformer. 1S98. - - - - - 33020 

- ed. Co-operative labour upon the land. 1895. - - - 33802 
Hocking (Joseph) Greater love, a Cornish romance. - - - 65 H 8 

- " Lest we forget." 65H9 

- A flame of fire [a sequel to "Lest we forget"]. - - - 65H1 

- Follow the gleam [a sequel to "A flame of lire "]. - - 65 H 6 

- O'er moor and fen, a tale. ------- 65H7 

- The purple robe. 65H4 

- The scarlet woman, a novel. 65 H 3 

- The story of Andrew Fairfax. 65 H 5 

- The trampled cross. 65 H 2 

Hocking (Silas K. ) The conquering will. 67H18 

- The day of recompense. 67H16 

- The heart of man. 67H15 

- Reedyford, or, creed and character. 67H17 

- Rex Raynor, artist, a story. 67H21 

- A son of Reuben. 67H3 

- The strange adventures of Israel Pendray. - - - - 67 H 14 

- Tregeagle's Head, a romance. - - - - - - - 67 H 20 

- When life is young. 67H19 

Hodgson, Brian H. Hunter (Sir W. W.) Life of Hodgson. 1896. H091 

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Hodgson (William E.) Salmon fishing. 1906. col. ill. - - 79901 

- Trout fishing. 1904. col. ill. 79939 

Hoffmann (Hans) Das Gymnasium zu Stolpenburg ; with notes. 43818 

Hoffmann (Professor) Drawing-room amusements, ill. - 79307 

Hofmannswaldau (Christian H. von) and others. Zweite 

schlesische Schule. 2 v. 'mem. port. 
1. 83110. 2. 76 Gl. 

Hogarth, William. Dobson (H. A.) Hogarth [his life and art]. 1907. H151 

- Hazlitt (W.) The works of Hogarth. In his Lectures. 1906. 82218 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - - - 12 T 7 
Hogg, James. Douglas (Sir G. B. S.) Hogg [a biography]. 1899. Hill 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82107 
Hogg (Thomas J.) The life of Percy B. Shelley. 1906. - - S081 
Hogge (J. M.) The facts of gambling. 1907. - 17405 
Holier als die Kirche ; von \V. von Hillern ; with notes, ill. - 43815 
Holbach (M. M! ) Dalmatia, the land where east meets west. 1908. 92906 
Holbach, Paul H. D. , Baron d\ In Tallentyre (S. G.) Friends of 

Voltaire. 1906. biM. port. 99507 

Holden (Edward S.) Sir William Herschel, life and works. 1881. H191 
Holdich (Sir T. H.) The countries of the King's award. 1904. ill. 98004 

The disputed boundary between Chile and Argentina. 
Holdsworth (Annie E.) The valley of the great shadow. - 73H1 

Hole in the coat; by C. Eddy. 41E1 

Holiday, and other poems ; by J. Davidson. 1906. - - - 201 D 
Holland (Charles) Design for schools. 1907. ill. - - 74002 

Holland (Clive) Things seen in Egypt. 1908. ill. - - 95706 

Holland (Henry S.) and others. Lux mundi, studies in the 

religion of the incarnation. 1895. 23004 

Holland. Guide to Holland, ill. maps, plans. - - • 93011 

- Motley (J. L.) The rise of the Dutch Republic [1555-S4]. 2 v. 93002-3 

- Rogers (J. E. T.) Holland [a history]. 1897. ill. map. - 93001 
Holmby House, a tale ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - 79 M 4 
Holme (Charles) eel. The gardens of England. 1907. fo. HI. 91742 
Holmes (Oliver W.) The autocrat of the breakfast-table. 1906. E4H2 

- The professor at the breakfast- table. E4H3 

- The poet at the breakfast- table. E4H1 

- Our hundred days in Europe. 1895. 91004 

- Poetical works. 1896. port. - 701H 

- Elsie Venner, a romance of destiny. 118 HI 

- The guardian angel. 118 H 2 

Holmes, Oliver W. [a biography] ; by W. Jerrold. 1893. hibl. port. H241 
Holmes (We G.) Age of Justinian and Theodora. 2 v. maps. 93639-40 
Holms (A. C.) Practical shipbuilding, steel vessels. 190S. 2 v. 62631-2 
Holtzapffel (Charles and John J.) Turning and mechanical 

manipulation. 1846-81. v. 1-4. ill. - - - 62301-4 

Holy Land. See Palestine. 

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Holy living and dying ; by J. Taylor. 24101 

Holy Roman Empire [a.d. 193-1871] ; by J. Bryce. bibl. maps. 92706 
Holy Spirit. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Gore (C.) The Holy Spirit and inspiration. In Lux mundi. - 23004 

- In Hall (R.) Works, v. 1. 1832. 20806 

- Mclntyre (D. M.) The upper room company. 1906. - - 22708 

Holy war ; by J. Banyan. 24405 

Holyoake (Geo. J.) History of the Rochdale pioneers. 1900. ill. 33403 

- Self-help a hundred years ago [co-operation]. 1891. - - 33401 

- Sixty years of an agitator's life. 1906. port. - - - H061 
Home (G.) Evolution of an English town [Pickering]. 1905. ill. 91703 
Home. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Emerson (R. W.) Domestic life. In his Society and solitude. E1E7 

- Ruskin (J. ) Home and its economies. In his On the old road, v. 3. 70408 

- Soulsby (S. S.) Home is best, papers. 1906. 31. - - - 17305 

- Thayer (W. M.) Round the hearthstone. 1897. - - - 17302 

Home [a novel] ; by F. Bremer. 86B2 

Home again ; by G. MacDonald. 10M16 

Home influence, a tale ; by G. Aguilar. 12 A 1 

Home life ; by E. M. Sewell. 48S1 

Home scenes and heart studies [stories] ; by G. Aguilar. - - 12 A 6 

Home trade examinations ; by A. P. W. Williamson. 1908. - 65603 

Homely virtues ; by J. Watson. 1903. 17107 

Homer. Iliad and Odyssey ; trans, [into verse] by A. Pope. - 88303 

- Iliad ; trans, by Sir J. F. W. Herschel. 1866. - - - 88309 

- Odyssey; trans, into prose by S. H. Butcher and A. Lang. 1906. 88306 
Homer. Arnold (M.) On translating Homer. 1896. - - 88308 

- De Quincey (T.) Homer and Homeridae. In his Writings, v. 6. 90401 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - - - - E1F1 

- Gladstone (W. E.) Homer [a literature primer]. 1897. - - 88302 
Homespun, a study of simple folk ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 147 S 35 
Hommel (F.) Ancient Hebrew tradition [a defence]. 1S97. - 22212 

Homo sum, a novel ; by G. Ebers. 2E1 

Homoeopathy. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Clarke (J. H.) Homoeopathy explained. 1905. - - - 61504 

- Gairdner (Sir W. T.) Homoeopathy. In Essays. 1857. - E3E1 
Hone (William) Ancient mysteries described. 1823. ill. - 82518 
Honoria. A coat of many colours. 1905. til. - - - 82803 

Honour's glassy bubble ; by E. Gerard. 15 G 2 

Hood, Samuel, Viscount. Hamilton (Sir K. V.) Hood. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - - - - 99609 

Hood (Thomas) Choice works in prose and verse, mem. port. ill. 82712 

- Poetical works, mem. port. 102 H 

Hood, Thomas. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1895. - 82108 

Hooker, Richard. In Walton (I. ) Lives. 1901. - - - 79935 

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Hoofer (Charles E.) The anatomy of knowledge. 1906. - 12101 

Hope (Anthony) The chronicles of Count Antonio. - - - 82 H 7 

- The Dolly dialogues. 82H8 

- Double harness. 82H13 

- Father Stafford. 82 H 3 

- The god in the car. 82 H 4 

- The intrusions of Peggy. 82H14 

- The king's mirror. 2 Copies. 82 H 9 

- Phroso. a romance. 2 copies. 82H10 

- The prisoner of Zenda. -------- 82H1 

- Rupert of Hentzau [a sequel to " The prisoner of Zenda'']. - 82H2 

- Quisante. 82H5 

- A servant of the public. 2 copies. - - - - - 82 H 11 

- Simon Dale. 82H6 

- Tristram of Blent, an episode. - - 82H12 
Hope the hermit, a novel : by Edna Lyall. - 66L9 

Hopes and fears : by C. M. Yonge. 5Y4 

HOPKINS (R. V. N.) Indexing and precis-writing. - - - 02902 

Hopkins (Tighe) The Nugenta of Carriconna, a story. - - 86 H 3 

- The silent gate, a voyage into prison. 86 H 2 

- "Twixt love and duty. 86H1 

Hopper (Nora). See Chesson [Mrs. W. IT. 

Hopwood (Aubrey) Rhymes without reason. 1904. port. - 201H 

HORACE. Satires and epistles [Latin text]; with notes. 1848. 47804 

- Odes: Carmen seculare ; trans, by A. S. Aglen. 1S96. - 87401 
Horse snbsecivae [essays] ; by J. Brown. 1897-1900. 3 v. - E1B2-4 
Horxe i Herbert P.) The binding of books. 1S94. HI. - - 09501 
HOKNE [JOHN) Promptings to devotion, prayer. 190(1 - - 26403 
HORNS [JohnH. | Introduction to the Scriptures. 1846. 5 v. ill. 22011-5 
Horner Susan) Greek vases. 1897- HI. - - - 73807 
HORNTJNG (EARNEST W.) A bride from the bush. - - 89H4 

- No hero. 89 H 5 

- The shadow of the rope. - 89 H 2 

- Siingaree. - 89H1 

- Tiny Luttrell. - 89H3 

HorR'-vitz E. A short history of Indian literature. 1907. - 89104 
Horse. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Barton (F. T.) The horse, ailments and accidents. 1907. - 63605 
The horse, its selection and purchase. 1907. ill. - - 63604 

- Biddell (H. ) and others. Heav v horses, breeds and management. 

1905. ill. 61903 

- Young H. P. | Hints on horses. 1907. 61901 

Horse-racing". For list of other sports, see Sports. 

~ Suffolk (Earl of) and others. Racing. 1901. ill. - - - 79804 
Horsemanship. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

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Horsemanship. Christy (E.) Modern side-saddle riding. 1907. ill. 79806 

- Melville (G. J. Whyte) Riding recollections, ill. - - - 79805 

- Weir (R.) and others. Hiding. 1905. ill. - 79802 

- See also Coaching". Driving. 

Horton (J.) My search for truth, and what I found. 1902. - 20101 

- Tekel, or, the wonderland of the Bible. 1906. - - - 22001 

11 A sequel to ' My search for truth, and what I found.'" 

Horton (Robert F.) Brief sermons for busy men. 1898. - - 25230 
Hosmer (J. K.) Jews, ancient, mediaeval, modern. 1899. ill. maps. 29601 
Hospitals. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- In Goff (A.) and Levy (J. H.) Politics and disease. 1906. - 61403 

- The matron, her duties and responsibilities. ... - 61006 
Hosts of the Lord [a novel] ; by Mrs. F. A. Steel. - - - 110 S3 
Houghton (R. M. Milnes, Lord) Life and letters of John Keats. K041 
Hound of the Baskervilles ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 9 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 2. 
Hours in a library [essays] ; by Sir L. Stephen. 1892-9. 3 v. - E6S1-3 
House decoration. For lists of related subjects, see Building. Decoration. 

- Brown (W. N.) House decorating and painting. 1900. ill. - 69801 

- Candee (H. C.) Decorative styles and periods in the home. ill. 74903 

- Duncan (J. H. E.) The house beautiful and useful. 1907. ill 74904 

" Practical suggestions on furnishing and decorating." 

- Pan ton (Mrs. J. E.) From kitchen to garret. 1S90. ill. - 74907 
Nooks and corners. 1889. ill. 74906 

" Being the companion volume to ' From kitchen to garret.' " 

- See also Bronzing. Gilding. 

House in town ; by S. Warner. 21 W 9 

House of bondage ; by E. J. Worboise. 81 W 9 

House of Commons. See Commons, House of. 

House of Halliwell, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 76W22 

House of Lords. See Lords, House of. 

House of pomegranates, and other tales ; by O. Wilde. - - 96 W 2 

House of the seven gables ; by N. Hawthorne. - - - 41 H 6 

House of the wolf, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 44 W 3 

House on the beach ; by G. Meredith. 82 M 2 

House painting. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Arnold (H.) House painting [etc.] 1905. ill. - - - 69802 

- Brown (W. N.) House decorating and painting. 1900. ill. - 69801 
Household management. See Domestic economy. 

Household wreck ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 12. 29 Dl 
Houses. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Lee (Vernon) In praise of old houses. In her Limbo [etc.] - E4L1 

- Nash (J.) Mansions of England in the olden time. 1906. ill. 91618 

- Wheatley (H. B.) The history and development of the house. 

In Gleanings after time. 1907. ill. .... 91614 

- See also Cottages. 

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Housewife's referee ; by Mrs. H. A. De Salis. 1898. ill. - 64003 
Housing of working* classes. For list of related subjects, see Labour. 

- Dewsnup (E. R.) The housing problem in England. 1907. - 33122 

- Grubb (A. P.) Housing. In Citizen of to-morrow. 1906. bibl. 30403 

- Worthington (T. L.) The dwellings of the poor. 1901. ill. - 33107 
Houston (Edwin J.) and Kennelly (A. E.) Electric incandes- 
cent lighting. 1906. ill. 62405 

Hove. A descriptive guide to Brighton and Hove. ill. maps. - 91732 

Hovenden (F.) Mathematics for young engineers. 1907.- - 51002 

How doth the simple spelling-bee ; by O. Wister. - - - 72W3 
Howard of Effingham, Charles, Lord, Adm. In Callender (G. A. R. ) 

Sea kings of Britain. 1907. ------ 99605 

- Laughton (Sir J. K.) Howard. In From Howard to Nelson. 99609 
Howard (Earl D.) Industrial progress of Germany. 1907. - 33016 
Howard (Edward) Rattlin the reefer ; ed. by F. Marryat. - 52M7 
Howard, John [a biography] ; by J. J. Ellis. 1891. port. - H211 
Howard (Keble) The jester's window. - 94H1 

- The Smiths of Surbiton, a comedy. - - - - - 94 H 2 
Howe (Frederic C.) The British city, democracy. 1907. - 35204 
Howe, Richard, Earl, Adm. Fitchett (W. H.) Lord Howe and 

the first of June. In his Fights for the flag. 1904. port. 91411 

- Jackson (Sir T. S.) Howe. In Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 
Howell (Frederick W. \X.) Icelandic pictures. 1893. map. 94106 
Howells (William D.) The landlord at Lion's Head. - 97H3 

- Miss Bellard's inspiration, a novel. - 97 H 2 

- Questionable shapes. - - - - - - - 97 H 4 

- The son of Royal Langbrith, a novel. - - - - - 97 HI 

Howie (John) The Scots worthies. 99602 

Howie (Robert Y.) Drawing. 1906. ill. - - - 74101 

Howitt(Wm.) Visits to remarkable places [Gt. Britain], ill. - 91501 
Hoyden [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H13 
Hoyt (William H.) The Mecklenburg [U.S.A.] declaration of 

independence. 1907. ill. 97307 

Hozier(SirH.M.)6(/. Franco-Prussian war. 2 v. ill. maps, plans. 93109-10 

' Huchown of the Awle Ryale ' ; by G. Xeilson. 1902. - - 82302 
"An historical criticism of poems ascribed to Sir Hew of Eglintoun." 

Huckleberry Finn, Adventures of; by Mark Twain. - - - 52T3 
A sequel to " The adventures of Tom Sawyer," 52 T 9. 

Hudibras [a poem] ; by S. Butler. 801 B 

Hudson, G. Carlyle (T.) Hudson's statue. In Latter-day pamphlets. E2C3 

Hudson (William H.) Hampshire days. 1903. ill. - - 91702 

Hueffer (Ford M.) The pre-Pvaphaelite brotherhood, ill. - 75902 

- The spirit of the people. 1907. - 91613 

" An analysis of the English mind." 

Hug (Mrs. Lixa) and Stead (R.) Switzerland [a history]. iU. 93501 

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Hugh of Lincoln, St. Froude (J. A.) A bishop of the twelfth 

century. In his Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - - E1F2 

Hughes (C. E.) ed. The praise of Shakespeare, anthology. 1904. 82515 

Hughes (James L. ) and Klemm (L. R. ) Education in the century. 37008 

Hughes (Thomas) Tom Brown's school days. .... 101H2 

- Tom Brown at Oxford [sequel to " Tom Brown's school days "]. 101 HI 
Hugo (Victor) Les miserables [French text] ; abridged, notes. 44827 

- La chute, from "Les miserables" ; with notes. 1904. port. 44826 

- Les miserables [In English]. 102 H 3 

- Selections [poetical. French text]. In Nineteenth century 

in France, v. 1. 1897. 44839 

- Odes et ballades. 1858. 901H 

- By order of the king. 102H5 

- Ninety -three. 102 H 4 

- Notre-Dame de Paris. 102 HI 

- The toilers of the sea. 102 H 2 

Hugo, Victor. In Bailey (J. C.) Claims of French poetry. 1907. 84102 

- Morley (Viscount) Hugo's " Ninety-three." In his Studies. - E5M1 

- Xichol (J. P.) Victor Hugo, his life and work. 1893. bibl. port. H221 

- Stevenson (B..L.) Hugo's romances. In his Men and books. 1906. E5S3 
Huguenot, or, the French Protestants ; by G. P. R. James. - 6 J 13 
Huguenots. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Fosdick (L. J.) The French blood in America. 1906. port. ill. 96802 
Huish (Marcus B.) British water-colour art. 1904. col. ill.- 75904 
Hulbert (H. H.) Voice training in speech and song. 1907. ill. 78421 
Human bullets, story of Port Arthur ; by T. Sakurai. 1907. - 95111 
Humanism. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Jebb (Sir R. C.) Ancient organs of public opinion ; Humanism 

in education. In his Essays. 1907. - - - E2J1 

- Mackenzie (J. S.) Lectures on humanism. 1907. - - - 17701 
Humanitarianism. Steevens (G . W. ) The new lrumanitarianism. 

In his Things seen. 1900. E2S1 

Humboldt (Friedrich H. Alexander, Baron von) Cosmos, a 

physical description of the universe. 1849. 2 v. - - 50001-2 
Hume, Alexander, and his intimates ; by R. M. Fergusson. 1899. ill. H031 

Sir William Alexander, Earl of Stirling. John Shearer. Social and 
religious condition of the country in Hume's time. 

Hume (David) Essays literary, moral, and political. - - E1H1 

Of the populousness of ancient nations. An inquiry concerning human 
understanding. The passions. Principles of morals. Natural history of 
religion. [Etc.] 

Hume, David. Calderwood (H.) David Hume [a biography]. 1S98. H121 

- Campbell (G. ) A dissertation on miracles. 1823. - - - 22706 

A criticism of Hume on miracles. 

Hume (E. D.) Globular jottings of Griselda [travel]. 1907. til. 90817 

Hume (Fergus) The carbuncle clue, a mystery. - - - 103 H 3 

- The lady from nowhere, a detective story. ... - 103H1 

- The millionaire mystery. ....... 103H2 

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Hume (Hamilton) The life of Edward John Eyre. 1867. - E151 

Hume (Martin A. 8.) The courtships of Queen Elizabeth. 1906. E161 

- Spain, its greatness and decay, 1479-1788. 1905. - - - 93430 

- Modern Spain, 1788-1898. 1899. ill. map. - 93401 

- Through Portugal. 1907. col. ill. 93414 

Humour. See Wit and humour. 

Humourists. For related subjects, see Authors. Wit and humour. 

- Hazlitt(W.) Lectures on the English comic writers. 1906. - 82218 

Wit and humour. Shakspeare and Ben Jonson. The English novelists. 
The works of Hogarth. The comic writers of the last century. [Etc.] 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Three humourists, Hook, Barbara, 

Maginn. In his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. 82108 

- Thackeray (W. M.) The English humourists, ill. - - 12T7 

Swift. Congreve and Addison. Steele. Prior, Gay, and Pope. 
Hogarth. Smollett, and Fielding. Sterne and Goldsmith. 

Hundred days [a romance] ; by M. Pemberton. - - - 28 P 2 

Hundredth man ; by F. R. Stockton. 124S2 

Hungary. Fletcher (M. ) Life and character, Hungary. 1892. ill. 92908 

- Hungary, its people, places, and politics. .... 92905 

•• The visit of the Eighty Club in 1906. " 

- Vambery (A. ) and Heilprin (L. ) Hungary in ancient, mediaeval, 

and modern times. 1897. ill- mop. ... - 92904 
HUNGEBFOBD (MBS. MabcABET W.) ' Airy fairy Lilian.' - - 104H3 

- An anxious moment, etc. 104H4 

- April's lady. - 104H5 

- Beauty's daughters. 104H6 

- The coming of Chloe. 104H7 

- Doris. 104H8 

- Faith and unfaith. 104H9 

- Green pleasure and grey grief. 104 H 10 

- The hoyden. 104H13 

- Lady Branksmere. 104H2 

- Mrs. Geoffrey. 104H14 

- Molly Bawn. - - 104H11 

- Phyllis, a novel. 104H12 

- Rossmoyne. 104 HI 

Hunt (James H. Leigh) Autobiography. 18S5. - - - H081 

- Essays ; ed. by E. Oilier. 1890. - E7H1 

Hunt, James H. Leigh. In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. - E4C1 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. ..... E1M1 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82107 

Hunt (Violet) The workaday woman. 106 HI 

Hunt (Violet B. ) A woman's memories of the war [S.Africa]. 1901. 96404 
Hunt, William H. In Pvuskin (J.) On pictures, v. 2. 1902. ill. 75908 
HUNTER (SirWm.W. ) Life of Brian Houghton Hodgson. 1896. port. H091 

- The Thackerays in India, and some Calcutta graves. 1897. - T181 

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Hunting. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Beaufort (Duke of) and others. Hunting. 1901. hibl. ill. - 79911 

- See also Coursing. Deer. Falconry. 

Hurst (Chas.) Steam-engine design and construction. 1905. - 62117 

Hus, John. McLean (D.) Hus. In The reformers. 1885. - 99812 

Husbands and wives ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W10 

Hutchins (B. L.) and Harrison (A.) Factory legislation. 1907. 33805 

Hutchinson (Horace G.) Golf. 1902. ill. - - - 79610 

Hutchinson (R. W.) Electric power transmission. 1907. ill. 62411 

- joint-author. See Davidge (H. T.) 

Hutton (Edward) Perugino [his life and art], port, ill.- - P121 
Hutton (Joseph E.) Moravian contribution to the evangelical 

revival in England, 1742-55. In Historical essays. 1907. 90409 

Hutton, Richard H. In Nicoll (W. R.) Day book. 1905. - - E2N1 

Hutton (Stanley) Bristol, its famous associations. 1907. - 91712 

Hutton, William. In Marston (E.) Booksellers of other days. - 99904 
Hutton (Wm.H.) The church and the barbarians, 461-1003. 1906. 27034 

- William Stubbs, Bishop of Oxford, 1825-1901. 1906. - - S021 
Huxley (Thomas H.) Aphorisms and reflections. 1907. port. 82847 

- The crayfish, the study of zoology. 1896. ill. map. - - 59502 
Huxley, T. H. Avebury (Lord) Huxley's life and work. In his Essays. E2 A 2 

- Davis (J. R. A.) Huxley [a biography]. 1907. hibl. port. - H231 
Hyatt (Alfred H.) ed. The charm of Edinburgh. 1908. - - 92015 
Hyatt (Thaddeus P.) The teeth and their care. 1907. ill. - 61702 
Hydraulics. Eor list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- In Ball (R. S.) Natural sources of power. 1908. ill. - - 62704 

- Busquet (R.) A manual of hydraulics. 1906. ill.- - - 53203 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 4-5. 1906. ill. - - 03206-7 
Hydriotaphia, urn-burial ; by Sir T. Browne. - 82817 
Hydrostatics. See Fluids. 

Hygiene. See Health. 

Hylton, Walter. In Inge (W. R.) English mystics. 1906. - 14901 

Hymns. For related subjects, see Poetry, Collections. Religion. 

- James (M. H.) Hymns and their singers. 1907. - - - 24503 

- Luther (M.) Geistliche Lieder. In his Schriften. - - - 27040 

- Mackinnon (D.) Hymns of the Gael. In Old Highlands. 1908. 92211 

- Winkworth (C.) Christian singers of Germany; [with trans- 

lations]. 1869. 24505 

Hyxdman (Hy. M.) Commercial crises, nineteenth century. 1902. 33206 
Hyxe (Charles J. Cutcliffe W.) Captain Kettle series. 2 copies. 

1. The little red Captain, 115 H 4. 2. The adventures of Captain Kettle. 
115 H 2. 3. The further adventures of Captain Kettle, 115 H 3. 4. Captain 
Kettle, K.C.B., 115 HI. 

- McTodd. 115H6 

- The trials of Commander McTurk. 115 H 5 

Hypatia, or, new foes with an old face ; by C. Kingsley. - - 24 K 2 

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HYP GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Hypnotism. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Lapponi (J. | Hypnotism and Spiritism. 1906. bill. - - 13406 

- In Mayo (BL) Popular superstitions. 1851. - 13306 

- In Myers (F. W. H.) Human personality. 1907. - - - 13403 

- Vincent (R. H. ) The elements of hypnotism. 1905. ill. - 13401 
Hyslop (JAMES BL) Borderland of psychical research. 1906. - 13402 

- Enigmas of psychical research. 1906. - - 13405 

- Science and a future life. 1906. ------ 13404 

I 

I saw three ships, and other tales ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - 97 C5 

1 I say no : ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 74C13 

I will repay, a romance ; by Baroness Orczy. - - - - 13 01 

A sequel to "The Scarlet Pimpernel. 13' » 2- 
Ice. For list of related subjects, see Physical geogTaphy. 

- Bonne}' (T. G. ) Ice-work, present and past. L903. ill. maps. 55111 

- Brend (W. A.) Story of ice in the present and past. 1902. ill. 55104 

- In Tyndall (J.) The forms of water. L899. ill. - - - 55112 
Iceage. Wright (G.F.) Mao and the glacial period. 1893. ill. maps, 55115 
Iceland. In Dufferin and Ava (Marquess of) Letter.- from high 

latitudes. 1867. HI. - 94105 

- Howell (F. W. W.] Icelandic pictures. 1893. map. - - 94106 
Iddesleigh. Stafford H. Northcote. Earl of. Lang A.) Life, 

letters, and diaries of Earl of Iddesleigh. 1899. port. - 1021 

Ideal husband, a play ; by O. Wilde, 1908. ... - 1005W 
Idealism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- Baillie (J. B.) Idealistic construction of experience. 1906. - 14101 

- Inge (W. R.) Personal idealism and mysticism. 1907. - - 14102 

- Stewart (D.) The idealism of Berkeley. In ks, v. .">. 19222 
Idle thoughts of an idle fellow ; by J. K. Jerome. - - - 15 J 3 
Idlers. Stevenson (K. L.) An apology for idlers. In hisVirgin- 

ibus puerisque, and other papers. 1906. - - - E5S2 

Idols [a novel] ; by W. J. Locke. 50L5 

Idyllen ; von J. P. F. Richter. In his Werke, v. 1. - - 83826 

If I were king; by J. H. McCarthy. 137M6 

" If youth but knew ! " by A. and E. Castle. - - - - 30 C 3 

Ignatius, Father, Life of ; by Baroness De Bertouch. 19M4. port. 1031 
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- Madden (R. R.) Phantasmata, illusions [etc] lSoT. 2 v. - 13304-5 

- Snlly (J.) Illusions, a psychological study. 1S95. bibl. - 13301 
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- Crane (W.) The decorative illustration of books. 1905. ill. 09601 

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Imaginary conversations ; by W. S. Landor. .... 82858 
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his Fragments of science, v. 2. 1902. .... 50410 

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Immortality. See Future state. 
Imperial federation. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Hervey (M. H.) Trade policy of imperial federation. 1892. - 33701 
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- Godard (J. G.) Racial supremacy, studies in imperialism. 1905. 32009 

- Harrison (F. ) Empire and humanity. In National problems. 30413 
Imperialist; by S. J. Duncan. ------- 60D2 

Importance of being earnest, a comedy ; by O. Wilde. 1908. - 1006 W 

Impressions of Theophrastus Such [essays] ; by George Eliot. - E2E2 

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In St. Jiirgen; von T. W. Storm; with notes. 1907. - - 43827 

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- Gannett (W. C.) Incarnation. In What do Unitarians believe? 28801 

- Holland (H. S.) and others. Lux mundi, studies in the religion 

of the incarnation. 1895. 23004 

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- Orr (J.) The virgin birth of Christ, 1907. - 23219 
Inchcolm. Ross (W.) Aberdour and Inchcolme. 1S85, - - 92506 
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- In Church and Empire, essays. 1907. 27401 

. A. Lefroy. The claims of our Indian 
Empire on the Church, as seen in Burma ; by A. M. Knight. 

- Davids (T. W. R.) Buddhist India [a history]. 1903. VI. map. 94702 

- Dutt (R. C.) The civilization of India. 1900. ill. maps. - 94716 

- - The economic history of India, 1757-1837. 1906. - - 94711 

- - The economic history of India. 1837-1900. II - - 94710 

- Frazer [R. W.) British India [a history]. 1896. HI. maps. - 94703 

- Hunter (Sir W. Thackerays in India, and some 

Calcutta graves. 1897. T181 

- Kaye J. W. The administration of the East India Co. 1853. 94713 

- Knight (E. I\ Where three empires meet. 1905. ill. map. 94805 

"Travel in Kashmir, western Til . -.nd the adjoin i 

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1. '. _ n of an Indian province [Berar]. The origin of divine m; 
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non-Christian religions. Mi The 

formation of some clans and castes in Id India. 

^eligious policy in India. I 
from '• S rtri[on India:. 

- Mitra (8. M.) Indian prob L908. 94715 

i.^i J. C.) Brahmans, tl imsof India. 1907. HI. 94714 

- Poole 3. L lf< Li I India, 712-17* 94704 

- R _ Z. A. Vi Lie India [a history]. ! U. ill. map. 94701 

- K rl Forty-om In India. 1905. HI. R012 

In India. 1905. m .... 94709 

India. Mutiny. 1857-8. Walker T. \. ] gh the mutiny. - W361 

- W<* - M. K. i • ■•■.it in Hindustan. 1908. ! I. 94717 
Indian literature. v > e Literature. Indian. 

Indians. N. American. Schnltz J. W.) My life as an Indian. 1907. S251 
Indicator. McGibbon \V. I . [ndic to diagrams, marine. 1906. HI. 62110 
Individualism. For list of related subj Political economy. 

- In Kelly (E. G .eminent, v. 2. 190 - 32006 

- Levy '.J. H.i Individualism. 33521 

Induction coils. For related subjects, see Electricity. 

- Armagnat H. Induction coils. 1908. hihl. W . - - - 62418 

- Norrie (H. v . Experimenting with induction coils. 1906. - 53710 
Industrial biography ilea, 1901. - 99716 
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- Andom(K) Industrial exploring-. 1895. ill. - - - 67003 

- Cochrane (C. EL Modern industrial progress. 1904. UL - 67002 

*rical marvels of the last decade. The kingdom of iron and steel. 
The conquest of the air. The evolution in vehicles and roadways. The 
race: .^acy on the seas. The iron horse and the raihv light 

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Industries and manufactures. Galton (F. W.) ed. Workers on 

their industries. 1S95. 60401 

- Ruskin ( J. ) The two paths. 1900. - - - - - 70402 

" Lectures on art and its application to decoration and manufacture." 

- Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill.- - 99712 

The contents will be found at Biography. 

- See also Alcohol. Bells. Blacksmithing. Bookbinding. Building. 

Cabinet -making. Candles. Clocks and watches. Coach-building. 
Fermentation. Mechanic work, Amateur. Metal work. Oil. 

Paper. Pattern-making. Pottery. Printing. Shoes. Soap. 
Textiles. 

Industry. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Abbott (L.) The industrial problem. 1905. - 33116 

- Gibbins (H. de B.) Economic and industrial progress of the 

[nineteenth] century. 1903. 33013 

- Howard (E. D.) Cause and extent of the recent industrial 

progress of Germany. 1907. bibl. 33016 

- Ruskin (J.) Crown of wild olive, on industry and war. 1904. 30406 

- Smith (G.) Industrial revolution, hi his Questions. 1893. - 30414 

- See also Trusts. 
Infants. See Children. 

Infernal marriage ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - 31 B 9 

Infidelity. See Scepticism. 

Inge (William R.) Personal idealism and mysticism. 1907. - 14102 

- Studies of English mystics. 1906. 14901 

Ingelow (Jean) Poetical works. 1906. port. - 101 1 

- Don John, a story. Ill 

Ingersoll (Ernest) The life of animals, mammals. 1906. ill. 59908 

- The wit of the wild [habits of animals]. 1907. ill. - - 59118 
Inglis (Harry R. G.) The * Contour ' road book of Scotland. 

1907-8. ill. maps, plans. 91845 

- The ' Royal' road book to Ireland. 1902. maps, plans. - 92618 
Ingoldsby legends ; by R. H. Barham. ill. .... 101B 
Ingram (Arthur F. W.) Bp. Reasons for faith, and other con- 
tributions to Christian evidence. 1905. - 23902 

Inheritance [a novel] ; by S. E. Ferrier. 13 Fl 

Inheritors, a story ; by J. Conrad and F. M. Hueffer. - - 79 CI 

Inimitable Mrs. Massingham, a romance ; by H. E. Compton. - 75 C 2 

Initials, a novel ; by Baroness Tautphceus. - - - - 3T1 

Inkermann. In Fitchett (W. H. ) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. 91411 

Inland voyage [in France] ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1898. - - 93107 

Inmates of my house and garden ; by Mrs. E. Brightwen. ill. - 59027 

Innes (Alexander T.) John Knox [a biography]. 1896.- - K021 
Innes (Arthur D.) joint-author. See Gough (Sir Charles J. S.) 

Innes (Cosmo) Scotland in the middle ages. 1860. maps. - 91843 

Innocents abroad ; by Mark Twain. 52T10 

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Insanity. For list of related subjects, see Disease. 

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- McCook (H. C. ) Nature's craftsmen, studies of insects. 1907. ill. 59505 

- Westell (W. P.) The insect book. 1908. ill. - - - 59506 

- See also Ants. Bees. Butterflies. 

Inside the bar [a story] ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - 79 M 5 
Inspiration. Gore (C. ) The Holy Spirit and inspiration. In 

Lux mundi. 1895. 23004 

Inspirationists. See Amana Society. 

Insurance. For list of other subjects in sociology, see Sociology. 

- Hendrick (B. J.) The story of life insurance. 1907- ill. - 36801 
Intellect. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Bain (A.) The senses and the intellect. 1S68. - - - 15009 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Essays, v. 1. E1E1 

The natural history of intellect, and other papers. - - E1E8 

- Hume (D. ) Concerning human understanding. In his Essays. E1H1 

- Leibnitz (G. W.) New essays concerning understanding. - 15010 

- Locke (J.) An essay concerning human understanding. - - 15301 

- Spinoza (B. de) Improvement of the understanding. In his 

Works, v. 2. 19304 

- See also Genius. 

Intentions [essays] ; by O. Wilde. 1908. E4W1 

Interest. For list of related subjects, see Money. 

- Blissard (W.) The ethic of usury and interest. 1S92. - - 33207 

- Raskin (J.) Usury. In his On the old road, v. 3. 1899. - 70408 
International law. See Law, International. 

International scientific series. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

Interpreter, a tale of the war ; by 6. J. Whyte Melville. - - 79M23 

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Intrusions of Peggy ; by Anthony Hope. 82H14 

Inventions. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. 

- Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. - - 99712 

The contents will be found at Biography. 

- Taylor (I.) Modern advancements and lay inventors. In his 

Ultimate civilization, and other essays. 1860. - - E1T1 

Investments. Brown (D. J. A.) and Thomas (E.) Investment 

and loan societies' accounts. 1908. 65707 

- See also Mining. 

Invisible man, a grotesque romance ; by H. G. Wells. - - 35 W 3 
Inward light [Buddhism] ; by H. F. Hall. 1908. - - - 29406 
Iona. Jamieson (J.) The ancient Culdees of Iona. 1890.- - 27513 

lone March [a novel] ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C10 

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Iota. See Caffyn (Mrs. Kathleen M.) 

Ireland. In Burke (E.) Works, v. 3, 5. - - - - 82813, 82815 

3. Letters on the Roman Catholics of Ireland, and the propriety of 
admitting them to the elective franchise. 5. Tracts relative to the laws 
against Popeiy in Ireland. [Etc.] 

- Dunlop (R.) Henry VIII.'s Irish policy. In Essays. 1907. bibl. 90409 

- Fronde (J. A.) Ireland since the Union. In his Short studies. E1F2 

- Harvey (W.) Irish life and humour in anecdote and story. - 92603 

- Hitchcock (F. R. M.) Types of Celtic life and art. [1907]. - 92615 

- IngHs(H. R. G.) * Royal' road book, Ireland, contour. 1902. maps. 92618 

- The Irish peasant, a sociological study. 1892. - - - 33103 

- Lawless (E.) Ireland [a history to 1886]. bibl ill. - - 92601 

- Lecky(W.E.H.) Ireland in the eighteenth century. 1902-6. 5 v. 92607-11 

- Lovett (R.) Irish pictures. 1888. bibl. maps. - - - 92616 

- McCarthy (M. J. F.) Priests and people in Ireland. 1906. ill. 92614 

- Mathew (F.) Ireland [a description]. 1907. col. ill. - - 92602 

- In'N. (H. R.) Here and there memories. 1896. - - - 82829 

- O'Donnell (F. H.) Paraguay on Shannon. 1908. - - - 92617 

" The price of a political priesthood." 

- O'Donoghue (D. J.) The geographical distribution of Irish 

ability. 1906. 92604 

- Shelley (P. B.) Address to the Irish people. In his Works, v. 1. 82820 

- Smiles (S.) Industry in Ireland. In his Men of invention [etc.] 99712 

- Smith (G.) The Irish question. In his Questions. 1893. - 30414 

- Steevens (G. W.) In search of a famine. In his Things seen. 1900. E2S1 

- Thackeray (W. M.) Irish sketch book. 1906. ill. - - 82837 

- Wakeman (W. F.) Irish antiquities, pagan and Christian, ill. 92620 

- Young (A.) Tour in Ireland, 1776-9. 1882-92. 2 v. map. - 92605-6 
Iron. For list of related subjects, see Metallurgy. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. - - 60306-11 

- In Cochrane (C. H.) Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. 67002 

- Greenwood (W. H.) Iron, its sources, properties, and manu- 

facture. 1907. ill.- - - - - - - - 67201 

- Ruskin (J.) Work of iron in nature [etc.] In his Two paths. 70402 

- Smiles (S.) Iron and civilization. In his Biography. 1901. - 99716 

- Wylie (C.) Reed's Iron and steel founding. 1905. ill. - - 67202 
Ironworkers. In Smiles (S. ) Industrial biography. 1901. - 99716 
Irving (Edward) Collected works; ed. byG. Carlyle. 1864-5. 5v. 20801-5 
Irving, Sir Henry. Stoker (B. ) Personal reminiscences of Henry 

Irving. 1906. 2 v. port. ill. 1 011-2 

Irving (Joseph) The book of Dumbartonshire. 1879. 3 v. ill. 92512-4 

Irving (Theodore) The conquest of Florida. - 97501 

Irving (Washington) The Alhambra. 1905. .... 93419 

- Astoria. A tour on the prairies. 1858-61. - 97401 

- Biographies and miscellaneous papers. 1S90. - - - 81803 

- Bracebridge Hall. Abbotsford, and Newstead Abbey. 1859-60. 81703 

- Conquest of Granada. Legends of the conquest of Spain. - 93405 

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- The sketch book. 1900. 

- Old Christmas, from " The sketch book." .... 

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- Salmagundi. Knickerbocker's History of New York. - 

- Tales of a traveller. 

Irving, W. In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 1906. 

Is he the man ? by W. Clark Russell. 

Isaacson (Chas. S.) Story of the later popes, 1414 to 1906. ill. 

Isaiah. See Bible. 

Isauria. Callander (T. ) Explorations in Lycaonia and Isauria, 

1904. In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. ill. 
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Island [a novel] ; by R. Whiteing. 50 W 2 

Island life ; by A. R. Wallace. 1895. ill maps. - - - 59111 
Island nights' entertainments ; by R. L. Stevenson. - - - 119S3 
Isle of Man. See Man, Isle of. 

Isle of unrest ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 M 6 

Isle of Wight. See Wight, Isle of. 

Isles and the Gospel, and other [sermons] ; by H. Macmillan. - 25225 
Ismailia, central Africa ; by Sir S. W. Baker. 1874. 2 v. ill. maps. 95707-8 
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"It is never too late to mend," a romance ; by C. Reade. - - 16 R 5 
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Italian literature. See Literature, Italian. 

Italy. Addison (J.) Remarks on Italy, 1701-3. In his Works, v. 1. E1A2 
- Browning (0.) Guelphs and Ghibellines. 1893. - - - 93612 
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- Goethe (J. W. von) Italianische Reise. In his Werke, v. 4. - 

- Guthrie (A.) Rowley letters from France and Italy. 1907. ill. 

- Handbook for travellers in southern Italy. 1892. maps. 

•'•' With index and director}- %r 1905." 

- Harrison (F.) Making of Italy. In his National problems. - 

- In Lee (Vernon) The sentimental traveller. 190S. 

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- Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) History of the Italian Republics in 

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Ito, Prince Hirobumi. /nMorria J. Makers of Japan. 1906. port. 99620 

Ivanhoe, a romance ; by Sir W. Scott. 2 copies. - - - 35 S 5 

Ivors, or, the two cousins : by K. M. Sewell. - - 48 S 4 

Ixion in heaven ; by the Karl of Beaeonsrield. - - 31 B 9 



Jack Chaloner, or, the righting Forty-third; by J. Grant. - - 51 G 4 

Jack Hinton, the guardsman ; by C. Lever. - - - 39 L 3 

Jackal [a novel] : by C. Kernahan. 19 Kl 

Jackman (Wilbur S.) Nature study for grammar grades. 1903. 37205 

Jacks (William) The life of Prince Bismarck. 1899. ill. -map. B181 

- The life of William II., German Emperor. 1904. ill. - - W281 

- Robert Burns in other tongues, a review. 1S96. port. ill. - 82406 

- Singles from life's gathering. 1903. port. ill. - - - E1J1 

Stability of character and purpose. Success in business life. The 
benefits and influences of friendly societies. Religious toleration, an 
address on " Nathan the wise." Thoughts on books, libraries, and reading. 
Thoughts on art. [Etc.] 

Jack's courtship ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R27 

Jackson, Andrew. Buell (A. C.) History of Andrew Jackson. 

1904. 2v. port. J071-2 

Jackson (ArthuPw G.) ed. Missioner's manual of anecdotes. - 24404 

Jackson (C. S.) and Milne (R. M.) A first statics. 1907. - 53106 

Jackson (Geo.) First things first, addresses to young men. 1895. 25207 

- The old Methodism and the new. 1903. .... 28701 

- The ten commandments [sermons], 1898. .... 22302 

- A young man's bookshelf. 02805 

Jackson (John) Handwriting. 1906. port. ill. - - - 65201 

Jackson (R. E. S.) The life of William Scoresby. 1861. ill. - S271 

Jackson (Samuel M.) Huldreich Zwingli [a biography]. 1901. Z011 

Jackson (T. G.) Reason in architecture, lectures. 1906. ill. - 72003 
Jackson (SibT. S.) Adm. Howe. In From Howard to Nelson. 19l»7. 99609 

Jacob Faithful ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52 M 6 

Jacobites. Chambers (R.) The rebellion of 1745-6. ill. - - 91412 

- Murdoch (W. G. B.) The spirit of Jacobite loyalty. 1907. - 91840 

" An essay towards a better understanding of 'The forty-five.' " 

- Terry (C. S.) ed. The chevalier de St. George,, and the Jacobite 

movements in his favour, 1701-20. 1901. bti , 91812 

- - The rising of 1745. bibl. ill. maps. ----- 91810 
Jacobs (Henby E. ) Martin Luther [a biography]. 1898. SI. - L041 
Jacobs (Joseph) Story of geographical discovery. 1901. - - 90601 
Jacobs (William W.) At Sunwich Port. 5J3 

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- Dialstone Lane. 5J5 

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Jacobs (William W.) Many cargoes [stories]. - - - - 5J2 

- A master of craft. 5J8 

- Odd craft [stories]. 5J6 

- Sea urchins [stories]. 5J7 

- Short cruises [stories]. 5J9 

- The skipper's wooing. The Brown man's servant. - - 5J1 

Jacox (F. ) Aspects of authorship. 1892. 02903 

Jacques Bonhomme [French life]; by Max O'Rell. 1889. - - 93108 

Jagatjit Singh. My travels in China, Japan, and Java, 1903. ill. 94302 

Jager (Oskar) The teaching of history. 1908. - - 90101 

Jamaica. Leader(A.) Through Jamaica with a Kodak. 1907. HI. 97704 
James, St., Epistle of. See Bible. 

James IV. Smith (G. G. ) ed. Days of James IV., 1488-1513. port. ill. 91811 

James (George P. R.) Agincourt, or, the times of Henry V. - 6J1 

- Arabella Stuart, or, the days of James I. - - - 6J2 

- Arrah Neil, or, times of old. 6J3 

- Attila, or, the Huns. 6J4 

- The castle of Ehrenstein, or, a romance of princes. - - 6J5 

- Darnley, or, the field of the cloth of gold. - - - - 6J6 

- I)e l'Orme, or, le comte de Soissons. - - - - - 6J7 

- Forest days, or, Robin Hood. - - - - - - - 6J8 

- Gowrie, or, the king's plot. 6J9 

- Heidelberg, or, the winter-king. - - - - - 6 J 10 

- Henry Masterton, or, the adventures of a young cavalier. - 6J12 

- John Marston Hall [a sequel to "Henry Masterton"]. - - 6J14 

- Henry of Guise, or, the states of Blois. - - - 6 J 11 

- The Huguenot, or, the French Protestants. - - - 6 J 13 

- The king's highway, or, in the age of William III. - 6 J 15 

- Leonora d'Orco, or, the times of Cyesar Borgia. - - - 6 J 16 

- The man at arms, or, St. Bartholomew's eve. - - - 6 J 17 

- Mary of Burgundy, or, the revolt of Ghent. - - - 6 J 18 

- The old dominion, or, a tale of Virginia. - - - 6 J 19 

- One in a thousand, or, the days of Henri Quatre. - - - 6 J 20 

- Philip Augustus, or, the brothers in arms. - - - 6 J 21 

- Richelieu, or, a tale of France. - - - - - 6 J 22 

- The robber, or, in the days of Charles II. - - - 6 J 23 

- Rose d'Albret, or, the Leaguers. 6 J 24 

- The woodman, or, Bosworth field. 6 J 25 

James (Henry) The American scene [United States]. 1907. - 97209 

- The awkward age. 7J3 

- The Bostonians, a novel. - - - - - - - 7J1 

- Confidence. 7J10 

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- The private life. Wheel of time. Lord Beaupre. Visits. 

Collaboration. Owen Wiugrave. 7J9 

- lvoderick Hudson. 7 J 14 

- The Princess Casamassima [a sequel to " Roderick Hudson"]. 7J4 

- The sacred fount. 7J2 

- The two magics. The turn of the screw. Covering end. - 7J5 

- Washington Square [and other stories]. 7J7 

- What Maisie knew. 7J8 

James (M. H.) Hymns and their singers. 1907. - - - 24503 

James (R. A. S.) Modernism and romance [in literature]. 1908. 80401 

James (T. M.) Needlework, knitting, and cutting-out. 1901. ill. 64602 

James (Wm.) Pragmatism, popular lectures on philosophy. 1907. 10406 

- Psychology. 1906. ill. -------- 15012 

- Talks to teachers on psychology, and to students on some of 

life's ideals. 190-4. 15013 

Jameson (Mrs. Anna) Shakspeare's heroines. 1897. ill. - 82521 
Jamieson (Andrew) joint-author. See Munro (John). 

Jamieson (John) The ancient Culdees of Iona. 1890. - - 27513 

Jane (L. C.) The coming of parliament, 1350-1660. 1905. ill. 34201 

Jane Eyre [a novel] ; by C. Bronte. 92 B 3 

Janet (Paul) and Seailles (G. ) A history of the problems of 

philosophy. 1902. 2 v. - - - - - - - 10904-5 

Japan. Bishop (Mrs. I. L.) Unbeaten tracks in Japan [1878]. ill. 95303 

- In Eliot (Sir C.) Letters from the far east. 1907. ill. - - 94308 

- Faulds (H.) Nine years in Nipon, Japanese life. 1885. ill. - 95306 

- Jagatjit Singh. Travels in China, Japan, and Java, 1903. ill. 94302 

- Knox (G. W.) The development of religion in Japan. 1907. - 27802 

- McCarthy (M. J. F.) The coming power, 1898-1905. ill. maps. 95302 

- Morris (J.) Makers of Japan. 1906. ill. - 99620 

The Emperor of Japan [Mutsuhito]. Prince Tokugawa Keiki. 
Marquis Ito. Marquis Yamagata. [Etc.] 

- Murray (D.) Japan [a history to 1904]. 1904. ill. maps. - 95301 

- Redesdale (Lord) Japanese sermons ; An account of the hara- 

kiri. With his Tales of old Japan. 76 Rl 

- See also Russo-Japanese war. 

Japanese language. See Language, Japanese. 

Japhet in search of a father ; by Captain F. Marry at. - - 52 M 2 

Jasmin, barber, poet, philanthropist; by S. Smiles. 1897. port. J031 
With an appendix containing translations of Jasmin's poems. 

Jast(L.S.) A classification of library economy and officepapers. 1907. 02501 

Java. Jagatjit Singh. Travels in Japan, Java [etc.], 1903. ill. 94302 

Jay, John [a biography] ; by G. Pellew. 1890. - - - - J 091 

Jeaffreson (John C.) A book about the table. 1875. 2 v. - 39403-4 
Jeans (J. H. ) The mathematical theory of electricity and mag- 
netism. 1908. ------'--. 53709 

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Jebb (Sir Richard C.) Bentley [his life and work]. 1882. - B201 

- Essays and addresses. 1907. E2J1 

The genius of Sophocles. Pindar. The age of Pericles. Ancient 
organs of public opinion. Lucian. Delos. Csesar; by J. A Froude 
Erasmus. The speeches of Thucydides. Suidas on the change ascribed to 
.Sophocles in regard to trilogies. Samuel Johnson. Humanism in education. 
The influence of the Greek mind on modern life. The. work of the univer- 
sities for the nation, past and present. University education and national 
life. [Etc.] 

- Greek literature. 1896. 88001 

Jeems Kaye, his adventures ; by [A. Macmillan]. ill. - . 82706 

Jeems the doorkeeper ; by J. Brown. In his Horse subsecivae, v. 3. E1B4 

Jefferies (Richard) Field and hedgerow [nature]. 1907. - 50414 

- The gamekeeper at home. 1906. ill. - 79906 

"Sketches of natural history and rural life." 

- The life of the fields [nature]. 1904. 50406 

- Nature near London. 1904. 50407 

- The open air [nature]. 1905. 50408 

- Red deer. 1903. ill. 79 936 

- Round about a great estate. 1894. 50418 

- Story of my heart, my autobiography, port. - J051 

- The toilers of the field [agricultural classes]. 1898. -port. - 33115 

- Amaryllis at the fair. - - - - - - - - 13 J 3 

- The dewy morn, a novel. - - - - - - 13 J 1 

- Wood magic, a fable. - 13 J 2 

Jefferies, R. In Rickett (A.) Vagabond in literature. 1906. - 99916 

Jefferson, Thomas [a biography] ; by J. T. Morse. 1898. - - J 081 

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82107 

Jekyll (Gertrude) Flower decoration in the house. 1907. - 71604 

- Old west Surre} 7 , notes and memories. 1904. ill. - . 91743 

- Wood and garden, notes. 1899. ill. - 71606 
Jelly-fish. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Jelly-fish. 1885. ill. 59301 

JENKINSON (M. W.) The elements of book-keeping. 1906. - 65701 

Jenks (Edward) Parliamentary England. 1903. ill. - - 34202 
Jennings (J. W.) and Addison (C.) With the Abyssinians in 

Somaliland. 1905. ill. maj>. 96104 

Jennings (Louis J.) Field paths and green lanes in Surrey and 

Sussex. 1907. ill. 91711 

Jensen (C. O.) Essentials of milk hygiene, ill. - - - 61405 

Jenson (Gerard J. G.) Modern drainage inspection. 1907. ill. 62804 

Jephson (Henry) The sanitary evolution of London. 1907. map. 61402 

Jepson (Edgar) The triumph of Tinker. - - - - 36 J 1 
Jeremiah. See Bible. 

Jeremias (Alfred) Babylonian heaven and hell. 1902. - - 29902 

Jerome (Jerome K.) Diary of a pilgrimage, and six essays. - 15 J 5 
Evergreens. Clocks. Tea-kettles. A pathetic story. The new 
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Jerome (JEROME K.) The idle thoughts of an idle fellow. - 15 J3 

- The second thoughts of an idle fellow. 15 J 4 

- Paul Kelver, a novel. 15 J 7 

- Sketches in lavender, blue, and green. - - - - 15 J 6 

- Three men in a boat. 15 J 1 

- Three men on the hummel. - - - - - - 15 J 2 

Jerome, a poor man ; by Mis. M. E. Wilkins Freeman. - - 59 F 2 

Jerrold (Douglas) Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures. - - - 16 J 1 

Jerrold (Walter) Oliver W. Holmes [a biography]. 1893. - H241 

- ed. The book of living poets. 1907. 82413 

Jerusalem. Archer (T. A.) and Kingsford (C. L.) The crusades, 

Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem [1096-1291]. ill. maps. - 91002 

- Caldecott (W. S.) Solomon's Temple, its history. 1907. ill. 22111 

- Edersheim (A.) The Temple, its ministry and services at the 

time of Jesus Christ. 1874. plan. ----- 94510 

- Oliphant (Mrs. M. 0. W. ) Jerusalem, history and hope. 1891. ill. 94504 

- Thrupp (J. F.) Antient Jerusalem. 1855. ill. map. plans. - 94501 

- Warren (Sir C.) The Temple or the Tomb, authenticity of the 

present site of the Holy Sepulchre. 1880. ill. plans. - 94506 
Jess [a novel] ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - - 3H4 

Jess and Co. ; by J. J. Bell. 38B1 

Jessamy bride [a novel] ; by F. F. Moore. 106 M 4 

Jesse (Edward) Anecdotes of dogs. 1858. ill. - - • 63615 

- Gleanings in natural history. 1887. ----- 59113 

Jester's window ; by Keble Howard. 94H1 

Jesuitism. For related subjects, see Monasticism. 

- Carlyle (T. ) Jesuitism. In his Latter-day pamphlets. 1894. - E2C3 

- Griesinger (T:) The Jesuits, a complete history. 1903.- - 27101 

- Pascal (B.) Lettres ecrites a un provincial. 1857. - - - 27102 

Provincial letters. 1851. 27103 

Jesuits. Stephen (Sir J.) Founders of Jesuitism. In Essays. - 99804 
Jesus Christ. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Brooks (P.) The influence of Jesus [lectures]. - 23209 

- Burton (E. D.) and Mathews (S.) Life of Christ. 1904. bihl. ill. 23210 

- Cameron (A. B. ) From garden to cross, our Lord's passion. - 23218 

- Denney (J.) The death of Christ. 1905. - 23230 

- Farrar (F. W.) The life of Christ. 2 v. bibl. - - 23214-5 

Life of lives, further studies in the life of Christ. 1900. - 23212 

The life of Christ as represented in art. 1894. bibl. ill. - 23228 

- Forrest (D.) The Christ of history and experience. 1906. - 23221 

- Geikie (J. C.) Life and words of Christ. 1880. 2 v. bibl. 23207-8 

- Haweis (H. R. ) Christ's hard sayings. In his Speech in season. 25215 

- Irving (E.) The temptation. In his Writings, v. 2. 1864. - 20802 

- Neander (J. A. W.) The life of Jesus Christ. 1851. - - 23213 

- Paton (J.) The glory and joy of the resurrection. 1902. - 23204 

- Peabody (F. G.) Jesus Christ and Christian character. 1906. 23226 

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Jesus Christ. Peabody (F. G.) Jesus Christ aud the social 

question. 1907. 23227 

- Renan (E.) Life of Jesus. - 23211 

- Schaff (P.) Christ and Christianity. 1885. .... 23019 

Christ His own best witness. Christ and theology. 

- Seeley (Sir J. R.) Ecce Homo, life and work of Christ. 1903. 23216 

- Simpson (P. C.) The fact of Christ. 23231 

- Stalker (J.) The Christology of Jesus. 1S99. - - - - 23205 

- Strauss (D. F.) Life of Jesus critically examined. 3 v. - - 23222-4 

- Talbot (E. S.) The preparation in history for Christ. In Lux 

mundi. 1895. - 23004 

- Walker (N. L.) Jesus Christ and His surroundings. 1898. - 23217 

- See also Atonement. Incarnation. Lord's Supper. Miracles. Parables. 

Sacrifice. 
Jevons (F. B.) Greek literature to the death of Demosthenes. - 88002 
Jevons (William S.) Logic [a primer]. 1'HrJ. - 16002 

- Money and the mechanism of exchange. 1903. - - - 33204 
Jewellery. For list of related subjects, see Sculpture. 

- Davenport (C.) Jewellery. L905. WW. ill. - 73602 
Jewett (Sarah O.) The story of the Normans. 1899. UL map. 91603 
Jews. For list of other Biblical subjects, see Bible. 

- Aguilar (G.) Women of Israel, Jewish history. 1888. - - 22203 

- Baskerville (B. C.) The Polish Jew. hi- value. L906. map.- 29611 

- Hommel (F.) The ancient Hebrew tradition as illustrated by 

the monuments. 1897. WW. />i"j>. 22212 

- Hosmer (J. K. ) The Jews, ancient, mediawal, modern. L899. UL 29601 

- Milman (H. H.) The history of the Jews. L883. 3 v. - - 29603 5 

'• Prom the earliest period <l<<wn t<> modern ti: 

- Morrison (W. D.) Jews under Roman role, 1896. bibl. ill. map. 29602 

- Smith (G.) The Jewish question. Inhis I >ns. L893. - 30414 

- Stanley (A P.) History of the Jewish church. 1906. 3v. maps. 29608-10 

1. Abraham to Samuel. 2. Samuel tu the captivity. 3. The captivity 
to the Christian era. 

- See also Essenes. Talmud. 

Jezebel's daughter ; by W. Wilkie Collins. - - - - 74 C 12 

Jilt, etc. ; byC. Reade. - 16R2 

Jim Twelves, A.B. and trained man : by W. I". Shannon. - - 53S1 

Joan, a tale ; by R. Broughton. - 97 B 2 

Joan Carisbroke [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 81 W 11 
Joan Haste [a novel] ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - 3H19 

Joan of Arc. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 5. 1S07. 99903 

- Petit de Julleville (L.) Joan of Arc [a biography]. 1907. - J012 
Joan of Arc [a romance] ; by Mark Twain. - - - 52 Tl 
Joan of Arc, and minor poems ; by R. Southey. 1894. ill. - 1001 S 
Joan of the sword hand ; by S. R. Crockett. .... H8C17 
Job. See Bible. 

Jobsiade, eine komisches Helgengedicht ; von K. A. Kortum. ill. 501K 

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Jobson (Richard) The golden trade, 1623. .... 96001 

" Discovery of the river Gambra and the golden trade of the Aethiopians." 
Jock of the bush veld ; by Sir J. P. Fitzpatrick. 1907. ill - 79941 
Joel. See Bible. 

John, St. , Epistles of. See Bible. 
John, St., Gospel of. See Bible. 

John the Baptist. In Irving (E.) Collected writings, v. 2. 1864. 20802 
John Bull and his island ; by Max O'Rell. - - - - 91609 

John Burnet of Barns, a romance ; by J. Buchan. - - - 102B2 
John Carville, artist, a story; by J. Ritson. ... - 74R1 
John Ohilcote, M.P. [a novel] ; by Mrs. K. C. Thurston. 2 copies. 63T1 
John Halifax, gentleman ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. - - - 107 C 3 
John Inglesant, a romance; by J. H. Shorthouse. - - - 62 S3 
John Marston Hall, or, Little Ball o' Fire ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 14 

A sequel to fi Henry Masterton," 6 J 12. 
John Splendid, the tale of a poor gentleman ; by Neil Munro. - 124M3 
Johnny Ludlow ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 6 series. - - - 76W2-7 

Johnson (Frank) ed. Bible teaching by modern methods. 1907. 22110 
Johnson (Samuel) Lives of the English poets. 1781. 4 v. port. 99924-7 

- Preface to edition of Shakespeare, 1765. In Eighteenth cen- 

tury essays on Shakespeare. 1903. ----- 82504 

Johnson, Samuel. Boswell (J.) The life of Johnson. 1900. 3 v. J021-3 

- Hay (J.) Johnson, his characteristics and aphorisms. 1895. - J 024 

- In Jebb (Sir R. C.) Essays and addresses. 1907. - - - E2J1 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. E1M1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Johnson's writings. In his Hours in a library. E6S2 

- Watson (W. ) Dr. Johnson on modern poetry. In his Excur- 

sions in criticism. 1893. E3W1 

Johnson (Trench H. ) Phrases and names, origins, meanings. 1906. 99917 
Johnson (William E. ) joint-author. See Woolley (John G. ) 
Johnston, Archibald, Lord Warriston [life] ; by W. Morison. 1901. J061 
Johnston (Mary) By order of the company. - - - 26 J 3 

- The old dominion, a tale of Virginia. 26 J 2 

- Sir Mortimer. 26 Jl 

Johnston (Wilfred P.) Greek literary criticism. 1907. - - 88003 
Joinery. See Carpentry. 

Joint stock companies. For related subjects, see Commercial law. 

- Browne (F. G.) and Jordan (W.) Joint stock companies. 1908. 34704 

- Coles (A.) Secretary to a joint-stock company. In Pitman's 

Secretary's handbook. 1908. 65803 

- Pixley (F. W.) The director's handbook. 1900. - - - 34705 
Joinville, J., sire de. In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes. - 84002 

- In Muller (F. Max) Works, v. 7. 1898. E2M3 

Jokai (Maurus) The green book, or, freedom under the suow. - 31 J 1 

- The nameless castle, a novel. 31 J 2 

Joly (N.) Man before metals. 1902. ill. 57102 

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Jonah. See Bible. 

Jonathan and his continent ; by Max O'Rell and Jack Allyn. 1889. 97205 
Jones (A. J. L.) ed. Guide to employment, civil service. 1907. 35103 
Jones (Chapman) Inorganic chemistry, advanced. 1903. ill. - 54603 
Jones (Francis A. ) Thomas A. Edison, an inventor's life. 1907. ill. E081 
Jones (H. E.) Alcohol [its use and abuse]. 1907. ill. - - 61308 
Jones (H. S.) The Roman Empire, B.C. 29-a.d. 476. 1908. ill. maps. 93635 
Jones (Henry) joint-author. See Douglas (Charles M.) 
Jones (Henry D. M. Spence) Bp. Golden age of the church. 1906. 27032 
Jonson (Ben) Works; with notes by W. Gifford. 3 v. mem. - 101-3 J 
1. Every man in his humour. Every man out of his humour. 
Cynthia's revels. The poetaster. Sejanus. Volpone. Epicoene. 2. The 
alchemist. Catiline, his conspiracy. Bartholomew Fair. The devil is an 
ass. The staple of news. The New Inn. The magnetic lady. A tale of a 
tub. The sad shepherd. Mortimer, his fall. The case is altered. Enter- 
tainments. 3. Masques. Poems. Translations from the Latin poets. 
English grammar. [Etc.] 

- Conversations with William Drummond. port. 
Jonson, Ben. Disraeli (I.) Jonson and Decker. In his Quarrels 

of authors, v. 3. 1814. 

- Hazlitt (W. ) Shakspeare and Ben Jonson. In his Lectures 

on the English poets and comic writers. 1906. 

Jordan (Denham) joint-author. See Visger (Jean A. O.) 
Jordan (William) joint-author. See Browne (F. G.) 
Jordan (William G.) Great truths [conduct of life]. 
Joseph. Bird (R.) Joseph the dreamer. 189."). 

- Miller (J. R.) The story of Joseph. 1901. - 

Joseph Redhorn [a novel] ; by J. J. Bell. 

Joshua. See Bible. 

Joshua, a story of Biblical life ; by G. Ebers. 
Joubert (Carl) The truth about the Tsar. 1905. 
Journal to Stella ; by J. Swift. In his Works. - 
Journalism. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Espinasse (F. ) Literary journalism. In his Literary recollec- 

tions. 1893. - 

- Hall (R.) Freedom of the press. In his Works. 1853. - 

- Milton (J.) Areopagitica, unlicensed printing. In Works. - 

- Shuman (E. L. ) Practical journalism. 1903. bibl. ill. - 

- See also Newspapers. Reviewing. War correspondence. 
Jowett (Benjamin) The interpretation of Scripture, and other 

essays, mem. port. 

Joy (Lilian) The well-dressed woman. 1907. - 

" Joy for ever," political economy of art ; by J. Ruskin. 1897. 

Judas. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 8. 

Judd (John W.) Volcanoes. 1903. ill. 

Jude, St. , Epistle of. See Bible. 
Judges. See Bible. 

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Julian of Norwich. In Inge (W. R. ) Studies of English mystics. 14901 
Julian Karslake's secret, a novel ; by Mrs. J. H. Needell. - 3N2 

Julius Cesar. See Cesar (Julius). 

Jungle book ; by R. Kipling. 28 K 3 

Jungle book, Second ; by R. Kipling. 28K4 

Junius. Letters; ed. by J. Wade. 1S68. 2 v. - - - 82701-2 
Junto [statesmen]; by T. Merz. 1907. ill .... 99606 

Just so stories ; by R. Kipling. 28 K 2 

Justinian. Holmes ( W. G. ) Age of Justinian and Theodora. 2 v. 93639-40 
Jute spinning. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 3-4. ill. - 60308-9 

Juvenal. Satirse ; cum notis. 1830. 87701 

- Thirteen satires ; trans, by H. A. Strong and A. Leeper. 18S2. 87703 



K 

Kabul. Willcocks (Sir J.) From Kabul to Kumassi, soldiering 

and sport. 1904. ill. maps. W311 

Kalte Herz, Marchen ; von W. Hauff; with notes. 1886. - 43819 

Kant (Immanuel) Critique of pure reason. 1905. - - - 19305 
- Prolegomena. Metaphysical foundations of natural science. 

1883. mem. port, 11001 

Kant, Immanuel. In De Quincey (T.) Writings, v. 4, 8, 9, 14. 

4. The last days of Immanuel Kant, 99902. 8. Kant in his miscellaneous 
essays, 10401. 9. Kant's idea of a universal history on a cosmopolitan 
plan, 33001. 14. Kant on national character in relation to the sense of 
the sublime and beautiful. Kant's abstract of Swedenborgianism. Kant 
on the age of the earth, 82802. 

Karamsin, Nicholas M. In Turner (C. E.) Studies. 1882. - 89106 
Karl of Erbach [a romance] ; by H. C. Bailey. - - - - 3B2 

Karma, a novel ; by A. P. Sinnett. 162 SI 

Kars. Lake (A.) Narrative of the defence of Kars. 1857. ill. 94005 
Karschin (Anna L.) [Gedichte]. In Anakreontiker und preus- 

zisch-patriotische Lyriker. mem. port. .... 83103 
Kartoum. See Khartoum. 

Kashmir. In Knight (E. F.) Where three empires meet. 1905. ill. 94805 
Kate Carnegie and those ministers ; by J. Watson. 2 copies. - 28W2 
Kate Coventry [a novel] ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - 79 Mil 
Kate of Kate Hall ; by E. T. Fowler and A. L. Felkin. - - 45 Fl 
Katerfelto, a story of Exmoor ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - 79M14 

Katharine Frensham, a novel ; by B. Harraden. - - - 24H2 

Katharine Lauderdale [a novel] ; by F. M. Crawford. - - 113 C20 
Kaufmann (M.) Utopias, schemes of social improvement. 1879. 32105 
Kaye (John W. ) The administration of the East India Co. 1853. 94713 
Keane (Augustus H. ) North Africa. 1907. ill. maps. - - 95606 

- The world's peoples. 1908. ill. 57208 

Kearton (Richard) British birds' nests. 1904. ill. - - 59806 

- Nature's carol singers [birds]. 1906. ill. .... 59804 

- With nature and a camera [birds]. 1906. ill. - - - 59807 

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Keary (Annie) Castle Daly. 5K1 

- Clemency Franklyn. 5K2 

Keating (Joseph) Maurice, a romance. 41 Kl 

Keats (John) Poetical works, mem. port. .... 101K 

Keats, John. In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. 1908. - E4C1 

- Houghton (Lord) Life and letters of John Keats. - - - K041 

- In Lowell (J. R. ) English poets. 82206 

Kebbel (Thomas E.) The agricultural labourer. 1893. - - 33114 

- Lord Beaconsfield, and other Tory memories. 1907. - - 32903 
Keble (John) Christian year, thoughts in verse, port. ill. - 24501 
Keightley (Samuel R.) Barnaby's bridal. .... 8K1 

- A beggar on horseback. 8K2 

Keil (Karl F.) Commentary on the Book of Joshua. 1857. - 22309 

Keith (Marian) The silver maple. 42K1 

Kello, John. Ross (P.) Minister of Spott. In his Kingcraft [etc.] E3R1 
Kelly (Edmond) Government, or, human evolution. 1900. 2 v. 32005-6 

Kelly (J. J.) The early haunts of Oliver Goldsmith, ill. - G142 

Kelly (Marshall) Froude, his life and character. [1907]. - F191 

Kelman (John) The faith of Robert Louis Stevenson. 1907. - S071 

Kelvin, Lord, 1846-99 ; by G. F. Fitzgerald. 1899. port. - K011 
Kemp (Dixon) joint-author. See Neison (Adrian). 

Kemp, George Meikle, Biographical sketch ; by T. Bonnar. ill. K061 

Kemp (Wilfred) The practical plasterer. 1904. ill. - - 69301 

Kempis (Thomas a) The imitation of Christ. .... 24201 

Kenelm Chillingly, his adventures ; by Lord Lytton. - - 73L10 

Kenilworth [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. - - - 35 S 2 

Kennard (Howard P.) The Russian peasant. 1907. ill. - 94015 

Kennedy, David, Scottish singer ; by M. and D. Kennedy, port. K071 
Kennedy (Sir William R. ) Adm. Sport, travel, and adventure 

in Newfoundland and the West Indies. 1885. ill. map. 96803 

Kennel handbook ; by C. J. Davies. 1905. ill. - - - 63616 
Kennelly (A. E.) joint-author. See Houston (Edwin J.) 

Kent. Russell (W. Clark) Betwixt the Forelands. 1889. ill. - 91744 

Kentucky cardinal, a story ; by J. L. Allen. - - - 27 A 2 

Ker (William L.) Kilwinning [a history]. 1900. - - - 91904 

Kernahan (Coulson) The jackal. 19 Kl 

Kernahan (Mrs. Coulson) The avenging of Ruthanna, - - 20 K 2 

- Trewinnot of Guy's, a novel. 20 Kl 

Kerr (John) History of curling. 1890. ill. - 79625 

Kerry. Froude (J. A.) Fortnight in Kerry. In his Studies. - E1F2 
Keshub Chunder Sen. See Sen, Keshub Chunder. 

Kew (Harry W.) The dispersal of shells. 1893. ill. - - 59401 

Khartoum. Gordon (C.G.) Journals at Kartoum. 1885. ill. maps. G013 

Khotan. Stein (M. A.) Sand-buried ruins of Khotan. 1903. ill. 94902 
"Archaeological and geographical exploration in Chinese Turkestan." 

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Khyber Pass, Christmastide in ; by A. Forbes. In his Souvenirs. 90406 
Kidd (James) Hamilton and Wishart. In The reformers. 1885. 99812 

Kidd (Samuel) China. 1841. ill. 95110 

Kidnapped, adventures of David Balfour ; by R. L. Stevenson. 119 S 4 
Kilgour (William T.) Lochaber in war and peace. 1908. ill. 92103 
Killing no murder ; [by E. Sexby]. In Famous pamphlets. - E8M1 

Kilmeny [a novel] ; by W. Black. 62B18 

Kilwinning. Ker (W. L.) Kilwinning [a history to 1898]. 1900. 91904 

Kim [a story] ; by R. Kipling. 28K13 

Kinahan (G. H.) A handy-book of rock names. 1873. - - 55201 
Kindergarten. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Froebel (F. W. A.) Letters on the kindergarten. 1891. - 37203 
Pedagogics of the kindergarten. 1906. ill. - - - 37202 

- Wiebe (E.) Paradise of childhood. 1896. ill. - - - 37206 

- In Wiggin (K. D.) and Smith (N. A. ) Children's rights. 1892. 17301 

The relation of the kindergarten to social reform. The relation of the 
kindergarten to the public school. 

Kinematics. See Force. 

King (Cooper) and others. From Cromwell to Wellington, 

twelve soldiers. 1907. ill. plans. 99610 

King (Joseph) Electoral reform, an enquiry. 1908. - - - 32402 

King (Peter, Lord) The life and letters of John Locke. 1858. Llll 
King (W. J. H.) A search for the masked Tawareks [Algeria]. 

1903. ill. map. 95604 

King and a few dukes, a romance ; by R. W. Chambers. 2 copies. 35 C 3 

King of Hayti ; trans, by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 12. 29 Dl 

King Solomon's mines ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H6 

Kingdom of the yellow robe ; by E. Young. 1907. ill. - - 95001 

" Domestic and religious rites and ceremonies of the Siamese." 

Kinglake (Alex. W.) Eothen [travel in the east, 1835]. mem. 93904 

- The invasion of the Crimea [1854-6]. 1901. 9 v. - - 94006-14 

King's agent [a novel] ; by A. Paterson. 71 PI 

King's assegai, a Matabili story ; by B. Mitford. - - - 96 M 3 
King's highway, or, in the age of William III. ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 15 

King's mirror ; by Anthony Hope. 2 copies. - - - - 82 H 9 

King's Own ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52 M 9 

King's scapegoat ; by H. Drummond. 54D1 

Kingsdown Lodge ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W33 

Kingsford (Charles L.) joint-author. See Archer (T. A.) 
Kingship. For lists of related subjects, see Customs. Political science. 

- Milton (J.) Tenure of kings and magistrates. In his Works. 82831 

- Ross (P.) Kingcraft in Scotland, and other essays. - - E3R1 
Kingsley (Charles) At last, in the West Indies. 1905. ill. • 97703 

- Glaucus, or, the wonders of the shore. 1903. col. ill. - - 59201 

- Health and education. 1887. E1K3 

Study of natural history. Bio-geology. Superstition. Science. [Etc.] 

183 



KIN GLA SGOW P UBLIC LIBRA RIES. 

Kingsley -Charles... The hermits [biographies]. 1905. iff. - 99809 

- Historical lectures and essays. 1902. 90411 

Alexandria and her schools. The ancien regime. The first discovery 
: America. Cyrus, servant of the Lord. Ancient civilisation. Rondelet. 
Vesaliua. Paracelsus. Buchanan. 

- Literary and general lectures and essays. 1898. - - - E1K5 

The stage as it was once. Shelley and Byron. A. Smith and A. Pope. 
Tennyson. Burns and his school. Poetry of sacred and legendary art. 
PBngMah literature. Grots and groves [Gothic ecclesiastical architecture]. 

- ith the mystics. Phaethon, loose thoughts. [Etc.] 

- Plays and Puritans, and other historical essays. 1890. - - E1K4 

8 - ltd B sleigh and his time. Froude ? s History of England. 

- Poems. 1902. 201 K 

- Sanitary and social lectures and essays. 1889. - - - E1K1 

- Sermons on national subjects. 18! ..... 25218 

- Village sermons, and town and country sermons. 1901. - 25206 

- Alton Locke, tailor and poet. 24 K 4 

- Hereward the Wake, 'last of the English.' .... 24K5 

- Tne heroes, Greek fairy tales. 24 K 7 

- Hypatia, or, new foes with an old face. 24 K 2 

- Two years ago. 24 K 3 

- The water-babies, a fairy tale. 24K8 

- Westward ho ! 2 copies. 24K1 

- Feast, a problem. 24 K 6 

Kingsley, Charles. In Miiller (F. Max) Works, v. G. 1898. - E2M2 

- In Stephen Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. 1S99. - - E6S3 

- Stubbe 0. W. i Kingsley and the Christian social movement. K051 
KlNG&LET (FLORENCE M.) Paul, a herald of the cross. - - 25K1 
Kingsley (Hehbt) Austin Elliot. The Harveys. - - - 26K4 

- Mademoiselle Mathilde. 26K8 

- Ravenshoe. 26K3 

- The recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn. 26 Kl 

- Reginald Hetherege. Leighton Court. 26 K 2 

- Silcote of Silcotes. 26K6 

- Stretton. 26K7 

- Valentin. Number seventeen. 26 K5 

KINGSTON AlaK&BD) How to start in life, employment. - - 65804 

Knras Samuel) Graven in the rock. 1907. HI. - - - 23914 

Ehe historical accur:. Bible confirm. 

Ki>~zeru>~>~er (C :ng continuous current machines, ill. - 62421 

Kipling [Rudyabd) Barrack-room ballads, and other verses. - 301 K 

- Departmental ditties, and other verses. 1904. - - - 302 K 

- The rive nations [poems]. 1903. 303 K 

- The seven seas [poems]. 1903. ------ 304K 

- ' Captains courageous,'' a story of the Grand Banks. - - 28 K 14 

- The day's work [stories]. 28 K 8 

- The jungle book. 28K3 

- The second jungle book. 28 K4 

L84 



POLLOKSHIELDS BRANCH, KNI 

Kipling (Rudyard) Just so stories. 28 K 2 

- Kim. 28K13 

- Life's handicap, stories of mine own people. - - - 28 K 7 

- The light that failed. ... - 28 K 9 

- Many inventions [stories]. - - - - - - - 28 K 10 

- Plain tales from the hills. 28K11 

- Puck of Pook's Hill. 28 Kl 

- Soldier tales. 28K6 

- Soldiers three. The story of the C4adsbys. In black and white. 28K16 

- Stalky and Co. [a school story]. 28K15 

- 'They.' 28K17 

- Traffics and discoveries [stories]. 28 K 5 

- Wee Willie Winkie, and other stories. 28K12 

- and Balestier (W.) The Naulahka, a story. - - - 29 Kl 
Kipling, Rudyard. Scott (A. B. ) Kipling's poetry. In his Lectures. E3S1 
Kippen, its history and traditions ; by W. Chrystal. 1903. ill. 92518 
Kipps, the story of a simple soul ; by H. G. Wells. - - - 35 Wl 
Kirk (Edward B.) Papers on health. 1904. ill. - - - 61314 
Kirk (John) Social politics, Gt. Britain and Ireland. 1870. - 30412 
Kirk (William) joint-author. See Reid (Alan). 

Kirkcaldy of Grange [a biography] : by L. A. Barbe. - - - K031 
Kirkmichael. Graham (H. G. ) Life in a country manse about 

1720. In his Literary and historical essays. 1908. - E1G1 

Kirk up (Thomas) A history of socialism. 1892. - - - 33517 

Kirsteen, story of a Scotch family ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. 6 015 
Kit Kennedy, country boy ; by S. R. Crockett. - - - - 118 C 18 

Kitty alone, a story of three fires ; by S. Baring Gould. - - 43 G 9 

Klein (H.) Thirty years of musical life in London. 1903. ill. 78003 

Kleine Geschichten ; von R. von Volkmann and others ; notes.- 43826 

Kleist (Ewald C. von) [Gedichte]. In Anakreontiker und 

preuszisch patriotische Lyriker. mem. port. - - - 83103 

Klemm (L. R.) joint-author. See Hughes (James L.) 

Klondyke. Macdonald (A. ) The frozen north. In his In search 

of El Dorado. 1906. ill. 90609 

Klopstock (Friedrich G. ) Werke. 4 v. bibl. mem. port. ill. 401-4K 

1-2. Der Messias. 3. Oden. Epigramme. Geistliche Lieder. 
4. Hermanns Schlacht. [Etc.] 

Kloss (C. B.) In the Andamans and Nicobars. 1903. ill. maps. 94806 

Klosterheim ; by T. De Quincey. In his Collected writings, v. 12. 29 Dl 

Knickerbocker's History of New York ; by W. Irving. - - 8ll 
Knight (Arthur M.) Bp. The claims of the Indian Empire on 

the Church, as seen in Burma. In Church and Empire. 27401 
Knight (Edward F.) Where three empires meet. 1905. ill. map. 94805 

" Travel in Kashmir, western Tibet, Gilgit, and adjoining countries." 

Knight (H. T.) Criticism and the Old Testament, 1906. - - 22205 
Knight (S. R.) joint- author. See Hall (H. S.) 

185 



KNI GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Knight (William A.) Memoir of John Nichol. 1896. - - N041 

- ed. Memorials of Thomas Davidson. 1907. - D151 

Knight-errant [a novel] ; by Edna Lyall. 66 L 2 

Knitters in the sun, a pastoral ; by A. Gissing. - - - 29 Gl 
Knitting. See Needlework. 

Knowledge. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Bacon (F.) The advancement of learning. - 19201 

- Buchanan (R.W.) Student and his vocation. In his Gray [etc.] E9B1 

- Hall (R.) The advantages of knowledge to the lower classes. 

In his Works, v. 1. 1832. 20806 

- Hooper (C. E.) The anatomy of knowledge. 1906. - - 12101 

- Kingsley (C.) The tree of knowledge. In his Lectures. 1889. E1K1 

- In Laurie (S. S.) Synthetica, meditations, v. 1. 1906. - - 10404 
Knox (George W.) Development of religion in Japan. 1907. - 27802 
Knox, John. Brown (J.) John Knox. In The reformers. 1885. 99812 

- Carlyle (T.) The portraits of John Knox. port. - - - 94102 

- Glasse (J.) John Knox, a criticism and appreciation. 1907. - K023 

- Innes (A. T.) John Knox [a biography]. 1896. - - - K021 

- Miller (R.) Knox and the Town Council of Edinburgh. 1898. K022 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Knox and women. In his Men and books. 1906. E5S3 
Koenig, Fredk. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. - 99712 
Koren (John) Economic aspects of the liquor problem. 1899. - 17808 
Kortum (K. A.) Die Jobsiade, eine komisches Heldengeclicht. - 501 K 
Kostlin (Julius) Life of Luther. 1900. ill. - L042 
Kretschmann (Karl F.) Gedichte. mem. port. - - - 404K 
Kriloff, Ivan A. In Turner (C. E.) Russian literature. 1882. - 89106 
Kronstadt, story ; by M. Pemberton. - - - - 28 PI 

Kudrun ; bearbeitet von P. Piper. 83102 

Kumassi. W 7 illcocks (Sir J. ) From Kabul to Kumassi, soldiering 

and sport. 1904. ill. maps. W311 

Kurtz (J. H.) History of the old covenant [Pentateuch]. 3 v. 22208-10 



" La Bella," and others, stories ; by E. Castle. - - 31C2 

Labiche (Eugene M.) et Martin (E.) Le voyage de Monsieur 

Perrichon, comedie ; with notes, mem. - 44830 

Laboulaye (Edouard) Contes bleus ; with notes. 1900. mem. 44829 
Labour. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Bashford (J. L.) ed. Life and labour in Germany. 1906. - 33121 

" Reports of the Gainsborough Commission." 

- Carnegie (A.) The common interest of labour and capital. 

In his Empire of business. 1903. 33014 

- George (H.) The condition of labour. 1898.- - - - 33118 

- Gohre ( P. ) Three months in a [Saxon] workshop, a study. 1895. 33110 

- Robertson (J. M.) The eight hours question. 1899. - - 33105 

186 



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Labour. Rogers (J. E. T.) Six centuries of work and wages. 1903. 33117 

- - The history of work and wages. 1902. .... 33104 

Chapters from " Six centuries of work and wages." 

- Raskin (J.) Time and tide, the laws of work. 1894. - - 30404 

- Seharrle(A.E.F.) Theory and policy of labour protection. 1893. 33109 

- Smart (W.) The place of industry in the social organism. 

In his Studies in economics. 1895. 33006 

- Smiles (S.) Life and labour. 1902. 17019 

- See also Agricultural classes. Housing of working classes. Trade 

unions. Unemployed. Workmen's Compensation Act, 1906. 
Labrador. Grenfell (W. T.) Off the rocks, the fisherfolk of 

Labrador [missions]. 1906. ill. 27901 

La Bruyere, Jean de. In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes. 84002 
Lace. Wilkinson (M. E. ) Needlework and design, point lace. 1907. 74601 
Lackington, James. In Marston (E.) Booksellers. 1901. port. 99904 
Lacquering. Mitchell (F. S.) Lacquering [etc.] 1905. ill. - 69803 

Lads' love; by S. R. Crockett. 2 copies. 118 C 4 

Lady Adelaide, a novel; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76W23 
Lady Audley's secret ; by M. E. Braddon. 2 copies. - - 81 B 2 
Lady Baltimore [a novel] ; by O. Wister. - - - - - 72 Wl 
Lady Branksmere ; by Mrs. M. W 7 . Hungerford. - - - 104H2 
Lady Christ, a modern mystery ; by D. MacGregor. - - - 129 Ml 
Lady Clarissa [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - - 81 W 12 
Lady from nowhere, a detective story ; by F. Hume. - - 103 HI 

Lady Grace, a novel; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - 76 W 24 
* Lady Maud,' schooner yacht ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 28 
Lady of Loyalty House ; by J. H. McCarthy. - - - - 137 M 3 
Lady of the barge [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. - - - 5 J 10 

Lady Silverdale's sweetheart, and other tales ; by W. Black. - 62 B 8 
Lady Windermere's fan, a play ; by O. Wilde. 1908. - - 1003 W 
Lady's cruise in French man-of-war [South Seas]; by C. F. G. 

Cumming. 1882. 2 v. ill. map. 99206-7 

Lafayette, Marie, Gen. , Life ; by B. Tuckerman. 1889. 2 v. port. L071-2 
Laffitte (J.) joint-author. See Allpress (R. H.) 

La Fontaine (Jean de) Select fables [French text] ; notes. - 44848 
La Fontaine, Jean de. In Bailey (J. C.) French poetry. 1907. - 84102 

- 7?i Merlet (G.)et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes, v. 1. 1904. bihl. mem. 84001 
Lagrange (Fernand) Physiology of bodily exercise. 1901. - 61303 
Lahari, Ramtanu, Brahman and reformer ; by S. Sastri. 1907. port. L151 
Laing (David) ed. Early Scottish metrical tales. 1889. - - 82304 
Laing (Samuel) Human origins. 1897. ill. - - - - 57103 
Laird Nicoll's kitchen, Scottish stories ; by J. Wright. - - 91848 
Laird of Norlaw, a Scottish story ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. 6 013 
Laird's luck, and other fireside tales ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - 97 C 7 
Lake (Atwell) Narrative of the defence of Kars. 1857. ill. - 94005 
Lake, G. , Viscount. May (E. S.) Lake. Z?z Cromwell to Wellington. 99610 

187 



LAK GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES, 

Lake district. In De Quincey (T.) Writings, v. 2. 1896. - D062 

- A descriptive guide to the Lake district, ill. maps. - - 91733 

- Rawnsley (H. D.) Life and nature at the English Lakes. 1899. 91705 

A rambler's note-book at the English Lakes. 1902. ill. - 91704 

Ruskin and the English Lakes. 1901. ill. - - - R041 

- Sessions (F.) Literary celebrities of the Lake district, ill. - 99921 

- In Sharp (W. ) Literary geography. 1907. ill. - - - 91505 
Lamartine (Alphonse M. L. de) Scenes de la revolution fran- 
chise ; with notes, mem. port. 44831 

- Selections [poetical. In French]. In Nineteenth century in 

France, v. 1. 1897. - 44839 

- History of the Girondists. 3 v. mem. .... 93201-3 
Lamb (Charles) The essays of Elia. Eliana. port. - - El LI 
Lamb, Charles. Ainger (A.) Lamb [his life and work]. 1891. - L061 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 3, 5. 1S97. 

3. Recollections of Charles Lamb, D063. 5. Charles Lamb, 99903. 

- In Paul (H. W.) Stray leaves. 1906. -. - - - - E2P1 
Lamennais, Felicite de. Lilly (W. S.) A nineteenth-century 

Savonarola. In his Studies in religion and literature. 1904. E 2L1 
Lamentations. See Bible. 

LAMOND (John) Modern Palestine. 1896. ill. - 94508 

Lanarkshire. Historical, biographical, and literary sketches of 

Glasgow and Lanarkshire. 1904. 4°. - - - 92313 

" With which is combined 'Glasgow and Lanarkshire illustrated.'" 
Land. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Dawson (W. H.) The unearned increment. ... - 33305 

- Elphinstone (Sir H. W. ) and others. Registered land. In 

their Conveyancing [etc.] 1906. 34707 

- Epps (W.) Land systems of Australasia. 1894. - - 33304 

- Fordham (M.) Mother earth. 1908. 33306 

14 A proposal for the permanent reconstruction of our country life." 

- Fox (A. W.) The rating of land values. 1906. - - - 33602 

- Fustel de Coulanges (N. D.) Origin of property in land. 1892. 33302 

- George (H.) A perplexed philosopher. 1893. - - - 19205 

" Spencer on the land question, with reference to his philosophy." 

- Hobson ( J. A. ) eel. Co-operative labour upon the land. 1895. 33802 

- Murray (D.) Taxation of land values and report of committee 

on Glasgow bill. 1907. 33604 

- Stubbs (C. W.) The land and the labourers. 1893. - - 33803 

" Experiments in cottage farming and co-operative agriculture." 

- Wallace (A. R.) Land nationalisation. 1902. bill. - - 33303 

- See also Allotments. 

Land o' the leal ; by David Lyall. 65 LI 

Land of the dollar [United States] ; by G. W. Steevens. 1900. - 97204 

Land of the maple leaf, Canada ; by B. Stewart. 1908. ill. - 96905 
Landed gentry. Froude (J. A.) The uses of a landed gentry. 

In his Short studies, v. 3. 1903. E1F3 

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Landels (William) The Gospel in various aspects. 1881. - 22713 

- The marriage ring. 1889. 17304 

Landlord at Lion's Head ; by W. D. Howells. - - - - 97 H 3 
Landor(A. H. S.)Chinaand the allies. 1901. 2v. HI. maps, plans. 95103-4 

Landor (Walter Savage) Imaginary conversations, mem. - 82858 

- Letters ; ed. by S. Wheeler. 1899. port. - L141 
Landor, Walter Savage. In Browne (J. H. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1907. E6B1 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 11. 1897. - - E2D2 

- Lilly (W. S.) A grand old pagan. In his Studies. 1904. - E2L1 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 2. - 82108 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Landor's Imaginary conversations. In his 

Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - - - - E6S2 
Landscape. For list of related subjects, see Painting. 

- East (A.) Art of landscape painting in oil colour. 1906. - 75801 

- Hamerton (P. G.) Imagination in landscape painting. 1896. 75809 
Lang (A.) Cock Lane and common-sense [Spiritualism, etc.] - 13302 

- The library. 1892. ill. 01003 

- Life, letters, and diaries of [the] Earl of Iddesleigh. 1899. - 1021 

- The puzzle of Dickens's last plot [Edwin Drood]. 1905. ill. 82603 

- St. Andrews [a history]. 1893. ill. ----- 92503 

- trans. Ballads and lyrics of old France, with other poems. 701 L 
Lang (Cosmo G. ) Archbp. Principles of religious education. 1906. 37701 
Langdon (Mrs. Amy H.) joint-author. See Hartog (P. J.) 

Lange (D.) Handbook of nature study. 1902. ill. - - - 50701 

Langside lyrics, and other poems ; by M. Brown. 1900. - - 201 B 

Language. Butler (S.) Thought and language. In his Essays. E10B1 

- Clark (W. J.) International language. 1907. - - - 40806 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 10. 1897. - - E2D1 

- Farrar (F. W. ) The origin of language. 1860. bibl. - - 40101 

- Lefevre (A.) Race and language. 1894. ... - 40901 

- Macleane (D. ) Reason, thought, and language. 1906. - - 16003 

- Miiller (F. Max) The science of language. 1899. 2 v. ill. - 41001-2 

- - In his W T orks, v. 5, 7. 1898. ... - E2M1, E2M3 

5. Congress of Orientalists, address, 1S92. School of Oriental languages. 
7. Stratification of language. Chronology of language. Comparative philol- 
ogy as a branch of classical study. "Results of the science of language. 
The language and poetry of Schleswig-Holstein. 

- Paul (H.) Principles of the history of language. 1888. - - 40903 

- Peile (J.) Philology. 1898. 40001 

- Whitney (W. D.) The life and growth of language. 1902. - 40902 

- See also Alphabet. Spelling. 

Language, Anglo-Saxon. March (F. A.) A comparative grammar 

of the Anglo-Saxon language. 1870. - 42902 

- Wright (J. and Mrs. E. M.) Old English grammar. 1908. bibl. 42903 

- Text; with notes, etc. Thorpe (B.) ed. Analecta, Anglo- 

Saxonica, selections from Anglo-Saxon authors. 1846. - 42901 

189 



LAN GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Language, Arabic. Thornton (F. du P.) and Nicholson (R. A.) 

Elementary Arabic. 1907. 49201 

Language, Danish. Lund (H.) Method of learning the Danish 

and Norwegian languages. 1905. 43902 

Language, English. Abbott (E. A.) A Shakespearian grammar. 82517 

"An attempt to illustrate some of the differences between Elizabethan 
and modern English." 

- Bain (A.) English composition and rhetoric. 1893-9. 2 v. - 80802-3 

- In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 1-5. 1905. - - - 03203-7 

- Cobbett (W.) English grammar. 1906. 42504 

- Earle (J.) The philology of the English tongue. 1871. - - 42002 

- Hart (J. S.) Manual of composition and rhetoric. 1901. - 80812 

- Hartog (P. J.) and Langdon (Mrs. A. H.) Writing of English. 42809 

- Marsh (G. P.) Lectures on the English language. 1862. - 42001 

- Morris (R.) Elementary historical English grammar. 1906. - 42505 

- - English grammar [a primer]. 1901. 42501 

Historical outlines of English accidence. 1903. - - - 42506 

and Bo wen (H. C. ) English grammar exercises. 1897. - 42502 

- Wetherell (J.) Exercises on Morris's Grammar. 1901. - - 42503 
-Nichol(J.) English composition. 1904. .... 42802 
and McCormick (W. S.) English composition. 1900. - 42801 

- Oliphant (T. L. K.) The sources of standard English. 1873. 42004 

- O'Shea (M. V.) Linguistic development and education. 1907. 42810 

- Tooke (J. H.) The diversions of Purley. 1829. 2 v. - - 42005-6 

- Stewart (D. ) [Tooke's] Philological speculations. In his Works. 19222 

- Trench (R. C.) English, past and present. 1855. - - - 42003 

- Wright (T.) Dictionary of obsolete and provincial English. 

1857. 2 v. ill. 42701-2 

- Wyld (H. C. ) Historical study of the mother tongue, bibl. - 42007 

- Text; ivith notes, etc. Morris (R.) ed. Specimens of early 

English. 1867. - - - - - - - - 42703 

- See also Blunders. Commercial correspondence. Letter -writing. 

Metre. Punctuation. Synonyms. Words. 
Language, Esperanto. Bullen (G. W.) The standard course of 

Esperanto. 1907. 40805 

- In Clark (W. J.) International language. 1907. - - - 40806 

"Specimens of Esperanto and grammar." 

- Geoghegan (R. H. ) Grammar and exercises of Esperanto. - 40802 

- Motteau (A.) Esperanto-English dictionary. 1907. - - 40803 

- O'Connor (J. C.) ed. Esperanto, complete text-book. 1907. - 40801 

- Books in Esperanto. Beaufront (L. de) ed. Esperantaj pro- 

zajoy. 1906. - - 40804 

Shakespeare (W.) Hamleto, Regido de Danujo. 1906. - 520S 

Language, French. Allpress (R. H.) and Laffitte (J.) A new 

French grammar. 1907. ill. 44804 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-6. 1905. - - - 03203-8 

- Fraser ( W. H.) and Squair (J. ) Heath's French grammar. 1907. 44833 

190 



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Language, French. Gasc (F. E. A.) A dictionary of French and 

English. 1905. 44301 

- Mariette (A.) ed. Half-hours of French translation. 1894. - 44843 

" Extracts to be rendered into French." 
Key to the Half-hours of French translation. - - - 44844 

- Sligo de Pothonier (H. P.) Qu'est-ce que cela veut dire? - 44837 

A collection of French phrases. 

- Stallworthy (A.) Franyais parle et ecrit. 1907. - - - 44805 

- Texts; with notes, etc. About (E. F. V.) La fille du chanoine. 44801 
La mere de la marquise. 1904. 44819 

- - Balzac (H. de) Cinq scenes de La comedie humaine. 1903. 44825 

- - Bourget (P.) Un saint. 1907. 44810 

Chauvet (P. ) ed. The nineteenth century in France, selec- 
tions. 1897. v. 1. - - - - ' - - - - 44839 

1. Poets. 

Dumas (A.) Episodes from Monte-Cristo, Le Chateau d'If. 44834 

L'evasion du due de Beaufort. 1907. ill. - - - 44808 

La tulipe noire. 1898. - - 44822 

Feuillet (0.) Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre. 1905. - 44818 

- - Guerber (H. A.) Contes et legendes. 1906. 2 v. - - 44835-6 

Marie-Louise et le due de Reichstadt. - 44823 

-- Hugo (V.) La chute. 1904. 44826 

Les miserables. 1903. - 44827 

Labiche (E. M.) et Martin (E.) Le voyage de Monsieur 

Perrichon, comedie. -------- 44830 

-- Laboulaye (E.) Contes bleus. 1900. 44829 

- - La Fontaine (J. de) Select fables. 1862. - 44848 
Lamartine (A. M. L. de) Scenes de la revolution francaise. 44831 

- - Lazare (J. ) ed. Passages from modern French authors. - 44802 

La main malheureuse. 1904. 44828 

Mairet (J.) La tache du petit pierre. 1900. - - - 44838 

- - Merimee (P.) Colomba. 1905. 44821 

Michelet (J.) Louis XL et Charles le Temeraire. 1907. - 44806 

L'oiseau. 1907. 44841 

Moliere (J. B. P.) L'avare, comedie. 44846 

Perrault (C. ) and others. Contes de fees. 1904.- - - 44832 

- - Pressense (E. de) Seulette. 1907. ill. - 44809 

Quinet (E.) Lettres a sa mere. 1886. 44803 

Racine (J.) Andromaque. 44811 

- - Saintine (X. B. ) Picciola. 1903. 44812 

- - Sandeau (L. S. J.) Mademoiselle de la Seigliere, comedie. - 44814 

Sarcey (F.) Le siege de Paris. 1899. ill. maps. - - 44815 

Segur (Comtesse de) Les malheurs de Sophie. 1904. ill. - 44816 

- - Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Marignan, conquete et perte du 

Milanais. 1908. 44845 

Snow (W. B. ) and Lebon (C. P. ) eds. Preliminary French, 

a reader. ---------- 44813 

191 



LAN GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Language, French. Texts ; with notes, etc. Souvestre (E. ) Le 

mari de Madame de Solange. 1901. - - - - 44817 

Vigny (Comte de) Servitude et grandeur militaires. - - 44842 

Voltaire (F. M. A. de) Zadig, and other stories. 1905. - 44820 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Gaelic. In The old Highlands. 1908. - - - 92211 

The Gael as seen in his language ; by L. MacBean. The Gaelic language 
and the people who speak it ; by M. MacFarlane. 

Language, German. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-8. 03203-10 

- Clarke (G. H. ) and Murray (C. J. ) A grammar of German. 1906. 43804 

- Schlomka (C. ) German grammar, exercises, vocabularies. - 43802 
Exercises, German-English, English-German. 1896. - - 43803 

A sequel to " German grammar." 

- Webb (H. S. B.) Manual of German composition. 1900. - 43801 

- Wright (J.) Historical German grammar. 1907. v. 1. - - 43501 

- Texts ; with notes, etc. Baumbach (R.) Der Schwiegersohn. - 43813 

- - Benedix (J. R.) Nein [Lustspiel]. 1904. - 43812 

Plautus und Terenz. Die Sonntagsjiiger. - - - 43805 

-- Campe (J. H.) Robinson der Jiingere. 1904. - - - 43823 

Eichendorff(Freiherr von) Aus dem Leben einesTaugenichts. 43806 

Fulda (L.) Talisman, dramatisches Marchen. 1902. - - 43814 

- - Gerstacker (F.) Germelshausen. 1903. .... 43817 

- - Hauff (W.) Das kalte Herz, Marchen. 1886. - - - 43819 
-- Heine (H.) Die Harzreise. 1903. 43820 

- - Heyse (P. J. L.) Niels mit der offenen Hand. 1903. - - 43821 

- - Hillern (W. von) Hoher als die Kirche. ill. - - - 43815 
Hoffmann (H.) Das Gymnasium zu Stolpenburg. - - 43818 

- - Liliencron (D. von) Anno 1870, Kriegsbilder. 1903. - - 43810 

- - Scheffel (J. V. von) Der Trompeter von Sakkingen. ill. - 43808 

- - Schiller (J. C. F. von) Das Lied von der Glocke. 1907. - 43822 
Der Neffe als Onkel. 1902. 43828 

- - Spyri (J.) Moni der Geissbub. 1904. 43825 

Rosenresli. 1904. 43824 

- - Storm (T. W.) In St. Jiirgen. 1907. 43827 

Volkmann (R. von) and others. Kleine Geschichten. 1907. 43826 

- - Wichert (E.) Als Verlobte empfehlen sich, Lustspiel. - 43809 

- - Wilbrandt (A.) Das Urteil des Paris. 1902. - - - 43807 

- - Zschokke (J. H. D.) Der zerbrochene Krug, novelle. 1905. 43811 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Gothic. Skeat (W. W.) A Moeso-Gothic glossary; 

with grammar. 1868. 43901 

Language, Greek. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 5-8. 03207-10 

- Marshall (D. H.) The beginner's book of Greek. - - - 48802 

- Murray (G.) Attic sentence-construction. 1898. - - - 48801 

- Paul (H. W. ) The study of Greek. In his Stray leaves. 1906. E2P1 

- Sidgwick (A.) Greek prose composition. 1891. - - - 48807 

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Language, Greek. Vincent (Sir E.) and Dickson (T. G.) Modern 

(J reek. 1881. WW. - - 48901 

- Texts : with notes, etc. /Eschylus. Prometheus vinctus. - 48803 

- - Osesar (Julius) Gallic war, 1st book of Greek paraphrase. - 47805 

Euripides. Hecuba, ill. 48804 

Lucian. Extracts. 48806 

Sophocles. Antigone. -------- 48809 

Philoctetes. 48808 

Xenophon. Selections, ill. 48805 

- See also Palaeography. 

Language, Hebrew. Midler (A.) Hebrew syntax. 1894. - - 49202 
Language, Italian. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 6-8. 03208-10 

- Medico (G. A. del) The pictorial Italian course. - - - 45803 

- Texts ; with notes, etc. Alfieri (Count) Oreste, tragedia. - - 45802 

- - Manzoni (A. ) I promessi sposi. 1892. 45804 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Language, Japanese. Aston (W. G.) A grammar of the 

Japanese spoken language. 1888. ----- 49501 
Language, Latin. Allen (J. B.) A first Latin exercise book. - 47802 
A second Latin exercise book. 1904. ----- 47803 

- Arnold (T. K.) Latin prose composition. 1884. - - - 47813 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-7. 1905. - - - 03203-9 

- Milton (J.) Accedence commenced grammar. In his Works, v. 5. 82834 

- Texts; with notes, etc. Ca?sar (Julius) Gallic war. ill. map. - 47805 

Invasion of Britain, ill. maps. ----- 47807 

Tales of the civil war ; with notes by W. D. Lowe. maps. 47801 

Another edition ; with notes by C. H. Keene. ill. maps. 47808 

li From the third book of Caesar's Civil war." 

- - Cicero. Pro Balbo. 47814 

Stories of Roman history, ill. maps. - 47806 

- - Horace. Satires and epistles. ------ 47804 

Livy. Legends of ancient Rome. ill. map. - - - 47811 

Nepos (Cornelius) Selections, ill. maps. - - . - 47809 

Lives of Miltiades and Epaminondas. map. - - - 47810 

Propertius. Selections. 47815 

Suetonius. Stories of the Caesars. 47812 

- - Tibullus. Selections. 47815 

- See also Palaeography. 

Language, Persian. Platts (J. T.) A grammar of the Persian 

language. 1894. v. 1. 49103 

1. Accidence. 

Language, Sanscrit. Macdonell (A. A.) A. Sanskrit-English 

dictionary. 1893. 4°. - 49106 

Language, Scottish. Mackay (C.) The poetry and humour of 

the Scottish language. 1882. 42704 

- Michel (F.) Inquiry into the Scottish language. 1882.- - 91821 

" Illustrating the rise and progress of civilisation in Scotland." 
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Language, Spanish. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 6-8. 03208-10 

- Salvo (D.) Method of learning Spanish ; with key. 1907. - 46802 

- Texts ; with notes, etc. Bransby (C.) ed. Spanish reader. 1908. 46801 

- See also Commercial correspondence. 

Lansdell (Henry) Chinese central Asia. 1893. 2 v. ill. maps. 94306-7 
Laodicean, a story of to-day ; by T. Hardy. .... 21H4 
Laokoon ; von G. E. Lessing. In his Werke, v. 9. - - - 83812 
Laocoon [selections] ; by G. E. Lessing ; trans, by T. De Quincey. E2D2 
Lapponi (Joseph) Hypnotism and Spiritism. 1906. - 
Larard (Charles E.) and Golding (H. A.) Practical calcula 

tions for engineers. 1907. ill. .... 

Larchy (Loredan) History of Bayard. 1883. ill. - 
La Rochefoucauld (FRANgois, duc de) Maximes. port. - 
Larrain (Jacob) Biografia del Guillermo Rawson. 1893. 
Lascelles (Gerald W. ) Falconry. 1901. ill. - 
Lassalle, Ferdinand. Bernstein (E.) Lassalle, social reformer. 

- Dawson (W. H.) German socialism and Lassalle. 1899. 

- In Kaufmann (M.) Utopias. 1879. - - - 

Lassalle and German socialism. Lassalle and the German 
democracy. 

Last buccaneer ; by L. C. Cornford. ------ 

Last chance, a tale of the golden west ; by Rolf Bold re wood. 

Last chronicle of Barset ; by A. Trollope. 

Chronicles of Barsctshire, No. 6. 

Last days of Pompeii ; by Lord Lytton. 

Last entry ; by W. Clark Russell. 

Last of the Mohicans [Leather-stocking series, No. 2] ; by J. F. 
Cooper. ------- . 

Latham (Arthur) Consumption. 1907. ill. - - - - 

Latham (R. G.) Logic in its application to language. 1856. 

Latimer, Hugh [a biography] ; by J. J. Ellis, port. - 

Latin language. See Language, Latin. 

Latin literature. See Literature, Latin. 

Latta (M. N.) American gas-engineering practice. 1907. UL- 

Latter-day pamphlets ; by T. Carlyle. 1893. - 

Laubach (Alfred) A practical school for the viola. 4°. - 

Lauder (James) The Glasgow Athenaeum, 1847-97. 1897. ill. 

Laughing through a wilderness ; by J. Barr. ... - 

Laughton (Sir John t K.) and others. From Howard to Nelson, 

twelve sailors. 1907. ill. maps. 

Laundry. For list of related subjects, see Domestic economy. 

- 200 hints for the laundry. ------- 

Laur (Francis) The heart of Gambetta. 1908. ill. 

Laurie (Henry) Scottish philosophy. 1902. ... - 

Laurie (S. S.) Synthetica [metaphysical] meditations. 2 v. 
Lavengro, the scholar, the gypsy, the priest ; by G. Borrow. 

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Law, William. In Inge (W. R. ) Studies of English mystics. 1 91 16. 14901 
Law. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Amos (S.) The science of law. 1S96. - - 34001 

- In Bacon (F.) Works, v. 7. 19212 

Maxims of the law. Heading on the Statute of Uses. Use of the law. 
Arguments of law. Ordinanees in Chancery. [Etc.] 

- Hey wood (N. A.) Oddities of the law. 34003 

- Watt (W. A.) An outline of legal philosophy. 1893. - - 34002 

- See also Commercial law. Copyright. Crime. Criminals. Factories. 

Maritime law. Motor-cars. Prisons. Trials. Workmen's Com- 
pensation Act, 1906. 

Law, International. Levi (L. ) International law. 1898. bill. 34101 

Law and the lady ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 74 C 4 

Lawler (Johx) Book auctions in England, 16761700. 1906. - 65502 

Lawless (Emily) Ireland [a history to 1886]. ill. - - - 92601 
Lawn tennis. See Tennis. 

Lawrie (SirA. C.)ancl others. G. Buchanan, a memorial, 1506-1906. B211 

Lays of ancient Rome ; by Lord Macaulay. - - - - El Ml 

Lays of the covenanters ; by J. Dodds. 1880. - - - 601 D 

Lays of the Highlands and islands ; by J. S. Blackie. - - 302 B 

Lays of the Scottish cavaliers, and other poems ; by W. E. Aytoun. 401 A 

Lazare (Jules) ed. Passages from modern French authors. - 44802 

Leach (Henry) The spirit of the [golf] links. 1907. - - 79626 

Lead. Buskett (E. W.) Fire assaying of lead [etc.] 1907. ill. 66902 

Leader (Alfred) Through Jamaica with a Kodak. 1907. ill. 97704 
Learning. See Knowledge. 

Leask (A. R.) Breakdowns at sea, how to repair them. 1901. ill. 62108 

- Refrigerating machinery. 1907. ill. 62109 

- Triple and quadruple expansion engines and boilers, ill. - 62107 
Leask (William K.) Hugh Miller [a biography]. - - - M161 

- James Bos well [a biography]. 1896. B251 

Leather-stocking series ; by J. F. Cooper. 

1. The Deerslayer, 86 C 3. 2. The last of the Mohicans. 86 C 4. 3. The 
Pathfinder, 86 CI. 4- The pioneers, 86 C 2. 5. The prairie. 86 C 5. 2 copies. 

Leavenworth case, a lawyer's story, by A. K. Green.- - 58 Gl 

Leaves from the tree of life [sermons] ; by A. Maclaren. 1906. 25229 

Lebenslaufe nach aufsteigender Linie ; von T. G. von Hippel. - 83822 

Le Blanc (Max) Text-book of electro-chemistry. 1907. ill. - 53711 

Lebox (Andre) Modern France, 1789-1895. 1897. ill. - - 93101 

Le Box (Gustave) The evolution of matter. 1907. ill. - - 53004 

Lecky (William E. H.) Democracy and liberty. 1899. 2 v. - 32103-4 

- European morals, from Augustus to Charlemagne. 1897. 2 v. 17008-9 

- History of Ireland in the eighteenth century. 1902-6. 5 v. 92607-11 
Lecky, William E. H. Eliot (George) Influence of rationalism, 

Lecky 's History. In her Essays. E2E1 

- Morley (Viscount) Lecky on Democracy. In Miscellanies. - E5M5 

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Leclaire, Jean. Bosanquet (B.) Two modern philanthropists. 

In his Essays. 1899. E3B1 

Le Conte (Joseph) Sight, an exposition. 1895. ill. - - 53502 

Leconte de Lisle, Charles M. In Bailey (J. C. ) French poetry. - 84102 

LeCouteur(W.) Great outposts of the Empire. 1907. ill. map. 91104 

Lectures. Miiller (F. Max) A defence of lectures. In his Works. E2M1 

Lee (Gerald S. ) The child and the book. 1907. - - - 02808 

- The lost art of reading. 1907. ------ 02807 

Lee, Robert, Life and remains of ; by R. H. Story. 1870. 2 v. port. L131-2 
Lee (Sidney) Great Englishmen [authors] of the sixteenth cen- 
tury. 1907. ill. 99608 

- Shakespeare and the modern stage, with other essays. 1907. 82511 

- Shakespeare's life and work. 1900. ill. - - - - S041 
Lee (Vernon) The enchanted woods. 1905. .... 91031 

" Essays on the genius of places [Europe)." 

- Limbo, and other essays. Ariadne in Mantua [a drama]. 1908. E4L1 

In praise of old houses. The lie of the land. Tuscan midsummer 
magic. Modern travelling. Old Italian gardens. About leisure. Ravenna 
and her ghosts. [Etc.] 

- The sentimental traveller [Europe]. 1908. .... 91017 
Leech, John. In Brown (J.) Horse subseciva\ v. 3. 1897. - E1B4 
Lees (Dorothy N.) Tuscan feasts and Tuscan friends. 1907. ill, 93710 
Lees (George R. ) Life and adventure beyond Jordan, col. ill. 94502 
Lees (J. A.) Peaks and pines, Norway. 1890. ///. - - 94107 

- a^ChUTTERBCcMW. J.) B.C. 1887, British Columbia. 189*2. M. 97102 

Lees (James) The game of draughts. 79407 

Lefevre (Andre) Race and language. 1894. - 40901 

Leffingwell (Albert) Illegitimacy. 1892. maps. - - 31201 
Lefroy (George A.) Bp. Our Indian Empire. In Church and 

Empire, essays. 1907. - - .... 27401 

Le Gallienne (Richard) The romance of Zion Chapel. - - 31L2 

- Young lives. 31 LI 

Legend of Jubal, and other poems ; by George Eliot. - - 301 E 

Legend of Montrose ; by Sir W. Scott, - - - - 35 S 10 

Legends. Hearn (L.) Some Chinese ghosts. 1907. - - - 39808 

Legends and lyrics ; by A. A. Procter. 1904. - 901P 

Legends of the Province House, etc. ; by N. Hawthorne. - - 41 H 7 

" Second series of ' Twice-told tales,' " 41H4. 

Legge (James) The religions of China. 1880. - 29904 

Leibnitz (Gottfried W.) Human understanding. 1896. - - 15010 

Leibnitz, Gottfried W. 5 Life of ; by J. M. Mackie. 1845. - - L121 
Leiden des jungen \Yerther's ; von J. \Y. von Goethe. In his 

Werke, v. 3. 83831 

Leighton Court [a novel] ; by H. Kingsley. .... 26K2 

Leila, or, the siege of Granada ; by Lord Lytton. - - - 73 L 7 

Leipzig. In Crane (S.) Great battles. 1901. ill. - - 90405 

Leisure. In Lee (Vernon) Limbo, and other essays. 1908. - E4L1 

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Leith (William F. ) ed. Narratives of Scottish Catholics under 

Mary Stuart and James VI. 1885. 27511 

Leland (Chas. G.) A manual of mending and repairing. 1896. ill. 68002 

- and Bolas (T.) Wood-engraving and placard cutting. HI. - 76101 
Lenau (Nikolaus) Werke. 2 v. mem. jiort. - - - 1101-2L 

1. Lyrische Gedichte. 2. Kleinere lyrisch-epische Dichtungren. Helena. 
Faust. Savonarola. Die Albigenser. Johannes Ziska. Don Juan. 

Lenotre (G.) The flight of Marie Antoinette. 1906. ill. . - M171 

Leon, historical and descriptive ; by A. F. Calvert. 1908. ill. - 93424 

Leoncavallo, R. In Streatfeild (R. A.) Italian music. 1895. - 99702 

Leonora d'Orco, or, the times of Caesar Borgia ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 16 

Lepel, Mary. See Hervey, Mary Lepel, Lady. 

Le Quecx (William) Behind the throne. 36 L 3 

- The czar's spy, a story of millions. 36 LI 

- The mask. 36L4 

- Who giveth this woman ? 36 L 2 

Lermontoff, Michael U. In Turner (C. E.) Studies. 1882. - 89106 

Leroy-Beaulieu (Paul) The modern state in relation to society. 32101 

Le Sage (Alain R.) Histoire de Gil Bias de Santillane - - 37L1 

- Adventures of Gil Bias. - - 37 L 2 

Le Souef (W. H. D.) Wild life in Australia, port, UL - - 59117 

Less black than we're painted ; by J. Payn. - - - 18 P 2 
Lessing (Gotthold E.) Werke; herausg. von R. Boxberger. 

14 v. in IS. mem. port. 83802-19 

1. Lieder, Oden, gereiinte Fabeln und Erzahlungen, Sinngedichte, 
Fvagmente und Fabeln in Prosa, Jugenddramen. 2. Jugenddramen. 
Dramatische Meisterwerke. 3, part 1. Nathan der Weise. Damon. Die 
alte Jungfer. 3, part 2. Dramatischer Xachlasz. 4, part 1. Recensionen 
und anderes aus Zeitschriften. 4, part 2. Das Xeueste aus dem Reiche 
des Witzes. Dramaturgische Zeitschriften. 5. Theatralische Bibliothek. 
6. Recensionen. Selbstandige Schriften. 7. Recensionen. Vorreden. 
Worterbuch zu Logau. Litteraturbriefe. 8. Vorrede und Abhandlungen 
zu Lessings Fabeln. Leben des Sophokles. Da* Theater des Herrn Diderot. 
9, part 1. Laokoon. 9, part 2. Antiquarische Briefe. Wie die Alten den 
Tod gebildet. Kleine Schriften und Nachlasz antiquarisch-archiiologischen 
Inhalts. 10. Hamburgische Dramaturgic 11, part 1. Berengarius Turo- 
nensis. Wolfenbiittler Beitrage. 11, part 2. Wolfenbtittler Beitriige. 12. 
Durch die "Wolfenbiittler Fragmente " hervorgerufene Streitschriften. 
13-14. Nachlasz. Lessings Leben. 

- Laocoon [selections] ; trans, by T. De Quincey. - - - E2D2 

- Xathan the wise, a dramatic poem. 1894. port. ill. - - 301 L 
Lessing, Gotthold E. In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings. - E2D2 

- Jacks (W.) Religious toleration, an address on "Nathan the 

wise." In his Singles from life's gathering. 1903. ill. - E1J1 

- In Lowell (J. R.) English poets, etc. 82206 

- Weisse (C. F. ) and others. Lessings Jugendfreunde. - - 83202 

'•'Lest we forget"; by J. Hocking. 65H9 

Letter -writing. Army Schoolmaster. Guide to official letter 

writing, etc. --------- 65005 

Letters. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac ,(E.) Lettres choisies du 17 e et du 

18 e siecle. In their Etudes litteraires, v. 2. - - - 84002 

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Letters. Mumby (F. A.) ed. Letters of literary men. 2 v. -82713-4 

1. Sir Thomas More to Robert Burns. 2. Nineteenth century. 

Letters and dialogues [theology] ; by J. Bellamy. 1830. - - 23014 

Letters from high latitudes ; by the Marquess of Dnfferin, ill. 94105 

"A voyage in 1856 to Iceland, Jan Mayen, and Spitzbergen." 

Lettres ecrites a un provincial ; par B. Pascal. 1857. - - 27102 

Levana, or, the doctrine of education ; by J. P. F. Richter. 1901. 37001 

Levee, (Charles) The adventures of Arthur O'Leary. - - 39 L 2 

- The confessions of Harry Lorrequer. 39 L 4 

- Jack Hinton, the guardsman. 39 L 3 

- Tom Burke of " Ours." 39L5 

Levi (Leone) International law. 1898. 34101 

Leviticus. See Bible. 

Levy (J. H.) Individualism. ------- 33521 

- Short studies in economic subjects. 1903. ... - 33019 

- joint-author. See Goff (A.) 

Levy-Brcjhl (LUCIEN) Ethics and moral science. 1905. - - 17004 

Lewes (Georce H.) The life of Goethe. G071 

Lewes, George H. Espinasse (F.) G. H. Lewes and George Eliot. 

In his Literary recollections. 1893. E141 

Lewes (Vivian B.) Liquid air and gaseous fuels. 19U7. ill. - 66201 

Lewis (Alfred H.) The throwback, a romance of the southwest. 75L1 

Lewis (Caroline) Clara in btanderland. 1903. ill. - - 82715 

A political satire. 

- Lost in blunderland, further adventures of Clara. 1903. ill. 82705 
Lewis (E. I.) Inorganic chemistry. 1907. Ul. - - - 54602 
[Lewis (Georgixa K.)] John Stoughton, a short record of a 

long life. 1898. S201 

Lewis Arundel, or, the railroad of life ; by F. E. Smedley. - 80S 2 

Leyden (John) A tour in the Highlands in 1800. 1903. WW. - 92202 
Liberalism. For related subjects, see Parties, Political. 

- Bax (E. B.) Liberalism v. socialism. In his Outlooks. 1903. 33511 

- Burke (E. ) Appeal from the new to the old whigs. In his Works. 82813 

- See also Radicalism. 

Liberty. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Caird (E.) Freedom and truth. In his Lay sermons. 1907. - 25223 

- Hall (R.) Christianity consistent with a love of freedom. In 

his Works, v. 3. 1832. - 20808 

- Lecky (W. E. H.) Democracy and liberty. 1899. 2 v. - - 32103 4 

- Mill (J. S.) On liberty. 1901. 32301 

Libraries. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Jacks (W.) Thoughts on books, libraries [etc.] In his Singles. El Jl 

- Jast (L. S.) A classification of library economy. 1907. - - 02501 

- Lang (A.) The library. 1892. ill/ ..... 01003 

- Mason (T.) Public and private libraries of Glasgow. 1885. - 92318 

- Wheatiey (H. B.) How to form a library. 1887. - - - 02001 

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Libraries. See also London Library. 
Library of useful stories. 

A list of the series may be seen on application. Each volume is entered 
in the catalogue under the author's name and the subject with which it deals. 

License system. See Temperance. 

Lichfield. In [Beeching (H. C.)] Provincial letters [etc.] - - E13B1 

Lichtenberg (Georg C. ) [Werke]. mem. port. - - - 83822 

Liddell (Henry G.) Rome to [30 B.C.] 1902. ill. maps. ■ 93633 

Lied von der Glocke ; von J. C. F. von Schiller ; with notes. 1907. 43822 

Lieder von Selma, ein Gedicht ; von J. R. C. M. Denis. - - 404 K 
Life. See Biology. Christian life. Conduct of life. Future state. 

Life and labour ; by S. Smiles. 1902. ..... 17019 

Life and nature studies [on painting] ; by H. Nisbet. 1887. ill. 75103 

Life and to-morrow, selections ; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. 1907. 82845 

Life at stake ; by P. Andreae. 33A1 

Life by the fells and fiords, a [story] ; by B. Bjornson. - - 60 Bl 

Life for a life ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. 107 C 4 

Life of the fields [nature] ; by R. Jefferies. 1904. - - - 50406 

Life on the lagoons [Venice] ; by H. F. Brown. 1904. ill. - 93705 

Life on the Mississippi ; by Mark Twain. - - - - 52 T 4 

Life's handicap, stories of mine own people ; by R. Kipling. - 28 K 7 

Life's ideals [Christian life] ; by W. Dickie. 1907. - - 17111 

Life's little ironies, tales ; by T. Hardy. 21 H 8 

Life's secret, a story ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - 76 W 27 

Lifted veil ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. 22 El 

Light. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1906. ill. - 03209-10 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 4. 1904. ill. - 53401 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Der Newtonschen Optik. In his Werke, v. 6. 83834 

- Lommel(E.) Light, with account of physical optics. 1904. - 53503 

- Tyndall (J. ) New chemical reactions produced by light. In his 

Fragments of science, v. 1. 1902. ----- 50409 

- Vogel (H.) Chemistry of light and photography. 1892. ill. - 77101 

- See also Colour. Radiation. Rainbow. Sight. Spectrum. 

Light in dark places [Christianity] ; by J. A. W. Neander. 1852. 27038 

Light of Asia [a poem on Buddha] ; by Sir E. Arnold. 1890. - 101 A 

Light that failed [a novel] ; by R. Kipling. - - - - 28 K 9 

Lighter days with Troddles ; by R. Andom. - 68A1 

Lightfoot ( John) Algebra; with exercises and answers. 1907. 51203 
Lighting. Cochrane (C. H. ) The light of to-day and of to-morrow. 

In his Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. - - 67002 

- Maxwell (W. H.) Ventilation, heating, lighting. 1907. - 69701 

- See also Electric lighting. Gas. 

Lightning conductors. For related subjects, see Electricity. 

- Zeda (U. ) Telephones and lightning conductors. 1907. HI. - 65403 

199 



LIK GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Likewise the younger women [Christian life]; by W. M. Sinclair. 17115 
Lilac sunbonnet ; by S. B. Crockett. ------ 118 C 25 

Liliencron (Detlev von) Anno 1870, Kriegsbilder ; notes. - 43810 

Lilith, a romance ; by G. MacDonald. 10M27 

Lillingstones of Lillingstone [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - 81W35 
Lilly (William S. ) Studies in religion and literature. 1904. - E2L1 
What was Shakespeare's religion? The mission of Tennyson. A grand 
old pagan [W. S. Landor]. A French Shakespeare [Balzac]. A nineteenth- 
century Savonarola [Lamenuaisj. Cardinal Wiseman's life and work. The 
meaning of tractarianism. The theory of the ludicrous. [Etc.] 

Limbo, and other essays ; by Vernon Lee. 1908. - - - E4L1 
Lincoln, Abraham. Binns(H. B.) Lincoln [a biography]. 1907. ill. L013 

- In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. E3L1 

- Thayer (W. M.) Abraham Lincoln, story of his life. 1906. port. L012 
Lindsay (B.) The story of animal life. 1902. ill. ■ - 59001 
Lindsay (Lady) Poems of love and death. 1907. - - - 1001 L 
Linley Rochford, a novel ; by J. McCarthy. - - - 4M9 
Linskill (Mary) Between the heather and the northern sea. - 45L2 

- The haven under the hill, a novel. 45L1 

Lintilhac (Eugene) joint -author. See Merlet (G. ) 

Linton (Mrs. Elizabeth Lynn) The atonement of Learn Dundas. 46L2 

- The rebel of the family. 46 LI 

Linton (William J.) The English republic. 1891. mem. - 32106 

- Life of John Greenleaf Whittier. 1893. - W051 
Lipari Islands. In Sollas (W. J.) Age of the earth [etc.] 1908. 55006 
Liquor problem. See Temperance. 

Lisle (George) Accounting in theory and practice. 1906. - 65702 

Lissa. In Higginson (F. J.) Naval battles. 1906. - - - 90403 

List, ye landsmen ! a romance; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75R34 

Literary and historical essays ; by H. G. Graham. 1908. - - E1G1 

Literary geography. Baildon (H. B. ) and others. Homes and 

haunts of famous authors. 1906. ill. .... 91009 

- Dutt (W. A.) Literary associations of East Anglia. bibl. ill. 91718 

- Edwards (M. B.) Literary rambles in France. 1907. ill. - 93304 

- Sharp (W.) Literary geography. 1907. ill. maps. - - 91505 

Ay 1 win-land, Wales and East Anglia. The English lakes. [Etc.] 

Literary recollections and sketches ; by F. Espiuasse. 1893. - E141 
Literature, General. Buchanan (R. W.) Literary morality. In 

his David Gray, and other essays. 1S68. - - - E9B1 

- De Quincey (T. ) Literary theory and criticism. In his 

Writings, v. 10-11. - E2D1-2 

- Disraeli (I.) Miscellanies of literature. 82824 

- Emerson (R. W.) Literary ethics. In his Nature [etc.] 1894. E1E5 

- Espinasse (F.) Concerning the organisation of literature. In 

his Literary recollections. 1893. ----- E141 

- Gait (J.) The bachelor's wife. 1824. ----- 80808 

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Literature, General. Goethe (J. \Y. von) Auswartige Literatur 

and Volkspoesie. In his Sammtliche Werke, v. 5. - 83833 

- James (R. A. S.) Modernism and romance. 1908. - - 80401 

- Leasing (G. E.) Litteraturbriefe. In his Werke, v. 7. - - 83810 

- Lilly (W.S.) Studies in religion and literature. 1904. - - E2L1 

- Morley (Viscount) Studies in literature. 1904. - - - E5M1 

Wordsworth. Aphorisms. Maine on Popular government. A few 
words on French models. Study of literature. Victor Hugo's " Ninety- 
three." On "The ring and the book." Memorials of a man of letters 
[Macvey Napier], Valedictory. 

- In Miiller (F. Max) Works, v. 5, 7. 1898. - - E2M1, E2M3 

5. The antiquity of oriental literature. 7. Essays on literature. 

- In Ruskin (J.) On the old road, v. 3. 1899. ... - 70408 

- See also Aphorisms. Authorship. Criticism. Drama. Fables. Fiction. 

Imagination. Journalism. Lectures. Letters. Novelists. Poetry. 
Prose. Quotations. Rhetoric. Romanticism. Table-talk. Wit 
and humour. 

Literature, American. Emerson (R. W.) Historic notes of life 

and letters in New England. In his Lectures. 1894. - E1E6 

- Trent (W. P.) History of American literature. 1903. bib!. - 81002 
Literature, Anglo-Saxon. Thorpe (B.) ed. Analecta Anglo- 

Saxonica, a selection in prose and verse. 1846. - - 42901 
Literature, Egyptian. Wiedemann (A.) Popular literature in 

ancient Egypt. 1902. bibl. 89311 

Literature, English. Arnold (T.) English literature. 1899. - 82002 

- [Beeching (H. C. )] Notes by an examiner in English literature. 

In his Provincial letters, and other papers. 1906. - - E13B1 

- Brooke (S. A.) English literature, 670-1832. 1905. - - 82001 

- Canning (A. S. G.) British writers on classic lands. 1907. - 90203 
Literary influence in British history. 1904. - - - 82013 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 6-8. 1903. ill. - 03208-10 

- Dale (E.) National life and character in the mirror of early 

English literature. 1907. 82104 

- Dowden (E.) French revolution and English literature. 1897- 82103 

- Gardiner (J. H.) The Bible as English literature. 1906. - 22101 

- Kingsley (C.) On English literature. In his Lectures. 1898. E1K5 

- Morley (H.) A first sketch of English literature. 1904. - 82006 

- Morris (R.) ed. Specimens of early English ; with notes. - 42703 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays, English literature, 1780-1860. 2 v. 82107-8 

1. Crabbe. Hogg. Sydney Smith. Jeffrey. Hazlitt. Moore. Hunt. 
Peacock. Wilson. De Quincey. Lockhart. Praed. Borrow. 2. Southey. 
Cobbett. Landor. Hood. Miss Ferrier. English war-songs, Campbell. 
Madame d'Arblay. Twenty years of political satire. Three humourists, 
Hook, Barham, Maginn. The historical novel, Scott and Dumas [etc.] Some 
great biographies. 

- Thompson (A. H.) A history of English literature. 1901. - 82004 

" Founded upon the manual of Shaw." 

- Tovey (D. C. ) Reviews and essays in English literature. 1897. 82106 

The teaching of English literature. Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield. 
Edmund Waller. John Gay. [Etc.] 

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Literature, English. Tucker (T. G.) Foreign debt to English- 
literature. 1907. 82005 

- Warren (K. M.)ed. Treasury of English literature. 1908. 6 v. 82007-12 

1. Origins to eleventh century. 2. Twelfth century to age of 
Elizabeth. 3. Elizabethan literature. 4. Bacon to Milton. 5. Waller to 
Addison. 6. Johnson to Burns. 

- Wyatt (A. J.) Tutorial history of English literature. 1901. - 82003 

- See also Blunders. Literary geography. 

Literature, European. Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Historical 

view of the literature of the south of Europe. 1846. 2 v. 80901-2 

- Vaughan (C. E.) The romantic revolt. 1907. - - - 80903 
Literature, French. A list of works in French, having philological 

notes, etc., will be found at Language, French. 

- Merlet (G. ) et Lintilhac ( E. ) Etudes litteraires sur les classiques 

francais. 1900-4. 2 v. bibl. 84001-2 

1. Comeille. Racine. Moliere. La Fontaine. Boileau. 2. Chanson de 
Roland. Joinville. Montaigne. Pascal. Bossuet. Fenelou. La Bruyere. 
Montesquieu. Buffon. Voltaire. Diderot. Rousseau. Lettres choisies du 
17e et du 18e siecle. [Etc.] 

- See also Maxims. 

Literature, Gaelic. Maclean (M.) Literature of the Highlands. 89101 
Literature, German. A list of works in German, having philological 
notes, etc., will be found at Language, German. 

- Carlyle (T.) German literature of the 14th and 15th centuries. 

In his Essays, v. 3. E2C7 

State of German literature. In his Essays, v. 1. - - E2C5 

- In Goethe (J. W. von) Werke, v. 5. - - - - - 83833 

- Gostwick (J.) and Harrison (R.) German literature. 1883. - 83001 

- Heine (H.) The romantic school. In his Prose writings. - E2H1 

- In Lessing (G. E.) Nachlasz. In his Werke, v. 13. - - 83818 

- In Midler (F. Max) Works, v. 7. 1898. E2M3 

- See also Nibelungen Lied. 

Literature, Greek. A list of works in Greek, having philological notes, 
etc., will be found at Language, Greek. 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 10. ... E2D1 

11 A brief appraisal of the Greek literature in its foremost pretensions." 

- Jebb (Sir R. C.) Greek literature. 1896. .... 88001 
Influence of Greek mind on modern life. In his Essays. - E2J1 

- Jevons (F. B.) Greek literature to Demosthenes. - - - 88002 
Literature, Indian. Horrwitz (E.) A short history of Indian 

literature. 1907. - - 89104 

Literature, Italian. In Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of 

the south of Europe, v. 1. 1846. 80901 

- See also Prose. 

Literature, Latin. A list of works in Latin, having philological notes, 
etc., will be found at Language, Latin. 

- Glover (T. R.) Life and letters in the fourth century. 1901. - 87002 

- Wilkins (A. S. ) Roman literature. 1898. .... 87001 

- See also Quotations. 

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Literature, Portuguese. In Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature 

of the south of Europe, v. 2. 1846. 80902 

Literature, Russian. Turner (C. E.) Studies in Russian litera- 
ture. 1882. 89106 

Karamsin. Kriloff. Life and genius of Gogol. The works of Gogol. 
Life and genius of Foushkin. Poems of Poushkin. Evjeme Oncgnin. 
Dramas of Poushkin. Lermontoff. Genius and works of Lermontotf. 
• Nekrasoff. [Etc.] 

- See also Poetry. 

Literature, Scottish. Christie (G. ) The influence of letters on 

the Scottish reformation. 1908. 27039 

- Henderson (T. F.) Scottish vernacular literature. 1900. - 82014 

Literature, Spanish. In Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Literature of 

the south of Europe, v. 2. 1846. 80902 

Literature and dogma, the Bible ; by M. Arnold. 1S83. - - 23904 

Little (George) Life on the ocean, or, twenty years at sea. ill. L101 
Little (Wm. J. K.) Conflict of ideals, Church of England. 1907. 28302 

Little Anna Mark ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 8 

Little Dorrit ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. 30 D 4 

Little Esson ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 29 

Little Jack Horner; by A. B. Scott. In his Lectures. 1907. - E3S1 

Little minister ; by J. M. Barrie. 24 B 2 

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A sequel to " Mr. Verdant Green," 37 B 2. 

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- Missionary travels and researches in South Africa. 1857. UL 96303 
Livingstone, David. Adams (H. G.) Life of Livingstone, port. ill. L022 

- Maclachlan (T. B.) Livingstone [a biograjmy]. 1901. - - L023 

- Stanley (Sir H. M.) How I found Livingstone, mem. port. ill. 96101 
Livy. Legends of ancient Rome [Latin text] ; with notes, ill. 47811 
Lizzie Leigh, and other tales ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - 10 G 2 
Lloyd (A. B.) In dwarf land and cannibal country. 1907. port. ill. 95907 

" A record of travel and discovery in central Africa." 

Lloyd, Charles. i?iDeQuincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 2. 1896. D062 

Lloyd (John E.) and others. Welsh pictiu\ s. - - - - 91615 

Lloyd (M. A.) Susanna Meredith, a record. 1903. ill. - - M011 

Loane (M.) From their point of view [the poor]. 1908. - - 33903 

- The next street but one [life among the poor], 1907. - - 33120 
Loans. Brown (D. J. A.) and Thomas (E.) Loan societies' accounts. 65707 
Local government. For list of related, subjects, see Government. 

- Avebury (Lord) On municipal and national trading. 1906. - 35201 

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- Xorie (W. D.) Loyal Lochaber and its associations. 1898. 
Lochinvar [a romance] ; by S. R. Crockett. 
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" With details of the imprisonment and escape of Mary, Queen of Scots. " 
Lock (John B.) Arithmetic for schools. 1906.- - - - 51102 
Lock (Robert H. ) Recent progress in the study of variation, 

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Lock (Walter) The church. In Lux mundi. 189.">. - 23004 

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Locke (John) Philosophical works. 2 v. - - - - 19229-30 

- An essay concerning human understanding. .... 15301 
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subseciv*, v. 1. 1897. bibL E1B2 

- King (Lord) The life and letters of John Locke. 1858. - - Llll 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 5. 1855. 19222 

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Lockhart, John G. In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82107 
Lockyer (Sir Joseph N.) Spectrum analysis. 1904. ill. - 54401 
Locomotion. See Railways. 

Lodge (Henry C. ) Alexander Hamilton [a biography]. 1898. - H201 

- Daniel Webster [a biography]. 1883. W331 

Lodge (Sir Oliver J.) Electrons. 1906. ill. - - - 53704 

- The substance of faith, allied with science. 1907. - - - 23403 
Lofthouse (W. F.) Ethics and atonement. 1906. - - - 23206 
Logan (J.) Mclan's Costumes of the clans of Scotland. 1899. - 92204 
Logarithms. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 5. 1906. - 03207 
Logau, F. von. Lessing(G. E.) Worterbuchzu Logau. /??A^Werke. 83810 
Logic. For list of other branches of philosophy, see Philosophy. 

- Aristotle. Organon, or, logical treatises. 2 v. - - 88825-6 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 8. 1906. - - - 03210 

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Logic. Hegel (G. W. F. ) Wissenschaft der Logik. In his Werke, 

v. 3-5. 19308-9 

- Jevons (W. S.) Logic [a primer]. 16002 

- Latham (R. G.) Logic in its application to language. 1856. - 16005 

- Macleane (D.) Reason, thought, and language. 1906. - - 16003 

- Mill (J. S.) A system of logic. 16001 

- Thomson (W.) The laws of thought, a treatise on logic. 1849. 16004 

- See also Fallacies. 

Lohenstein (Daniel C. von) Cleopatra, Trauerspiel. In 

Zweite schlesische Schule, v. 1. mem. port. - - - 83110 

Lollards. Carrick (J. C.) Wycliffe and the Lollards. 1908. - W161 

- Dickie (W.) Lollards of Kyle [etc.] In The reformers. 18S5. 99812 

- Summers (W. H.) The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills. 1906. 91606 
Lommel (E.) Light, with account of physical optics. 1904. ill. 53503 
London (Jack) The call of the wild. 51 L 5 

- The cruise of the Dazzler. 51 L 7 

- The faith of men, and other stories. 51 LI 

- The game. 51L2 

- The sea-wolf. 51L3 

- Tales of the fish patrol. 51 L 6 

- White Fang. 51L4 

London. A Beckett (A. W. ) London at the end of the century. 1900. 91701 

- Besant (Sir W.) London [a history]. 1898. ill. - - - 91709 

- Dobson (H. A.) At " Tully's Head"; Ranelagh. In his 

Vignettes, v. 2. 1894. E3D2 

- Harper (C. G.) Rural nooks round London. 1907. ill. maps. 91721 

- Harrison (F.) Historic London. In his Choice of books [etc.] E3H1 
The transformation of London. In his Meaning of history, 

and other historical pieces. 1903. 90404 

- Headlam (C.) A Parisian in London, 1789. In his Friends 

that fail not. 1902. E8H1 

- Jephson (H.) The sanitary evolution of London. 1907. map. 61402 

- Masson (D.) Memories of London in the 'forties. 1908. - 91729 

Carlyle. Down Street, Piccadilly. Mazzini. A London club. 

- In Steevens (G. \V.) Glimpses of three nations. 1901. - - 91014 

- Webb (S.) The London programme. 1891. - 35202 
London Library. Harrison (F.) eel. Carlyle and the London 

Library. 1907. ill. - .... 02702 

London pride ; by M. E. Braddon. 81B5 

Lonely fight ; by A. M. Diehl. 33D1 

Long (Harry A.) Personal and family names. 1S83. - - 99919 
Long Parliament. Carlyle (T.) An election to the Long Parlia- 
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Long vacation ; by C. M. Yonge. 5Y23 

A sequel to " Beechcroft at Rockstone," 5Y19. 

Longfellow (Henry W. ) Poems. 1871. ill. - 101L 

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Longmans' Needlework, knitting, and cutting-out ; by T. M. James. 64602 

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Lord's Prayer. Ruskin (J.) The Lord's Prayer and the church. 

In his On the old road, v. 3. 1899. 70408 

Lord's Supper. For list of related subjects, see Jesus Christ. 

- Black (H.) Christ's service of love. 1907. - 26501 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Miscellanies. 1S98. .... E1E10 

- In Hall (R.) Works, v. 2-3. 1832. 20807-8 

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- Haweis (H. R.) What is the use and meaning of the Lord's 

Supper? In h is Speech in season. 1874. - - - 25215 

- Irving (E. ) Homilies on Lord's Supper. In his Writings, v. 2. 20802 
Lorey (Eustache de) and Sladen (D. ) Queer things about 

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Lottie Lonsdale, or, the chain and its links ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W34 
Louis XI. et Charles le Temeraire ; par J. Michelet ; [notes]. - 44806 
Louise de la Valliere ; by A. Dumas. 58D17 

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Lourdes ; by E. Zola. 5Z1 

Love (James K.) and Addison (W. H.) Deaf mutism. 1896. - 37101 

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Love. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Li Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893. - - E2A3 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Essays, v. 1. - - E1E1 

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Love and the soul hunters ; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. - - 106C1 

Love-charm ; by J. L. Tieck ; trans, by T. De Quincey. In his 

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Love me little, love me long ; by C. Reade. - - - 16 R 7 

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Love with honour ; by C. Marriott. 108 Ml 

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Lovell(A. E.) Punctuation as a means of expression. 1907. - 42101 

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Lovett (Richard) Irish pictures. 1888. maps. - - - 92616 
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Lubke (Wm.) Ecclesiastical art in Germany, middle ages. 1877. 24601 

Lubricants. In Carpenter (W. L.) Soap and candles. 1895. ill. 66804 

Luce (Morton) A handbook to works of Shakespeare. 1906. - 82506 

Lucian. Extracts [Greek text] ; with notes, mem. - - 48806 

Lucian. In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 3. 1903. - - E1F3 

- In Jebb (Sir R. C.) Essays and addresses. 1907. - - - E2J1 

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Lugard (F. L. , Lady) Atropical dependency, Nigeria. 1905. maps. 95715 

" The western Soudan, with an account of northern Nigeria." 

Luke, St., Gospel of. See Bible. 

Lumholtz (Carl) Among cannibals [Australia]. 1889. port. - 98901 

Lund (H.) Learning Danish and Norwegian languages. 1905. - 43902 

Lush (Ethel R.) Domestic economy. 1901. ill. - - - 64002 

Luther (Martin) Schriften ; herausgegeben von E. Wolff. - 27040 

An den Christlichen Adel deutscher Nation. Von der Freyheyt eynisz 
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- In Stephen (Sir J.) Ecclesiastical biography, v. 1. 1907. - 99804 
Lutzen. In Crane (S.) Great battles. 1901. ill. - - - 90405 
Lux mundi [theology] ; by H. S. Holland and others. 1895. - 23004 
Luys (J. ) The brain and its functions. 1902. ill. - - - 13102 
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- The last days of Pompeii. - .... 73L11 

- Leila. Calderon the courtier. 73 L 7 

- Lueretia, or, the children of night. - - - - - 73 L 12 

- Night and morning. 73L14 

- Paul Clifford. 73L15 

- Rienzi, the last of the Roman tribunes. 73L16 

- A strange story. - - 73 L 17 

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Lytton (Edward Robert, Earl of) Personal and literary letters. 

1906. 2v. port, - - L081-2 

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McAdoo (Wm.) Guarding a great city [New York police]. 1906. 35301 
McArthur (George VY.) The citizen and unemployment. In 

The citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30403 

Macaulay (G. C.) James Thomson [a biography]. 1907. - - T112 
Macaulay (Thomas B., Lord) Essays. Lays of ancient Rome. El Ml 

Milton. Machiavelli. Hallam's Constitutional history. Southey's 
Colloquies on society. Boswell's Life of Johnson. Nugent's Memorials of 
Hampden. [Mahon'sl War of the succession in Spain. Horace Walpole. 
William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Sir J. Mackintosh. Lord Bacon. Sir W. 
Temple. Gladstone on Church and state. Clive. Von Ranke. Leigh Hunt. 
Warren Hastings. Madame d'Arblay. Life and writings of Addison. The 
Earl of Chatham. Frederick the Great. [Etc.] 

- The history of England [1685-1702]. 1899. 2 v. mem. - 91408-9 

- Marginal notes. 1907. 82846 

- Miscellaneous writings and speeches. 1900. .... 82825 
Macaulay, Lord. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 1. - E5M2 

- Paget (J.) An inquiry into the charges brought by Lord 

Macaulay against William Penn. 1858. - P191 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2. 1899. - - E6S2 

- Trevelyan (Sir G. O. ) Life and letters of Macaulay. 1876. 2 v. M 191-2 
MacBean (L.) Gael as seen in his language. In Old Highlands. 92211 
Macbean (L.) The story of Pet Marjorie. 1904. ill. - - F081 
McCabe (Joseph) The Bible in Europe. 1907. - 22106 
McCandlish (John M.) joint- author. See Ryley (Geo. B.) 
McCarthy (Justin) History of our own times [1837-1901]. 7 v. 91421-7 

- A short history of our own times [1837-80]. 1904. - - 91418 

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McCarthy (Justin) Modern England [1800-98], 1899. 2 v. ill. 91401-2 

- Dear Lady Disdain. 4M8 

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- Linley Rochford, a novel. 4M9 

- Maid of Athens. 4M3 

- Miss Misanthrope. 4M5 

- My enemy's daughter, a novel. --.-.. 4M6 

- Red diamonds. 4M10 

- The riddle ring, a novel. 4M7 

- The Waterdale neighbours. 4M4 

McCarthy (Justin H. ) The dryad. 137 Ml 

~ The flower of France. 137 M4 

- If I were king. 137 M 6 

- The lady of Loyalty House. .... . 137 M 3 

- Our sensation novel. 137 M 5 

- The Royal Christopher. 137 M 2 

McCarthy (Michael J. F.) Church and state in England and 

Wales, 1829-1906. 1906. ill. ...... 28303 

- The coming power [Japan] 1898-1905. ill. maps. - - - 95302 

- Priests and people in Ireland. 1906. ill. .... 92614 

McChesney (Dora G.) Rupert by the grace of God - - 7 Ml 

MacCoinnich (Uilleam). See MacKenzie (William). 

MacColl (Hugh) Mr. Stranger's sealed packet. - - - 141 Ml 
McComchie (Peter) trans. Cameos from foreign literature 

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McCook (Henry C.) Nature's craftsmen, ants [etc.] 1907. ill. 59505 
McCormick (W. S.) joint-author. See Nichol (J.) 

McCosh (James) and Dickie (G.) Creation. 1856. - - - 21301 

MacCowan (Roderick) The men of Skye. 1902. - - 99808 

McCrie (Thomas) Early years of John Calvin, 1509-36. 1880.- C381 

- Life of Andrew Melville. 1819. 2 v. M211-2 

McCrie (Thomas) Jan. The story of the Scottish Church. 1875. 27509 

MacCulloch (J. A.) The misty Isle of Skye. 1905. ill. iwxp. - 92102 

MacCunn (John) Ethics of citizenship. 1907. - 17201 
MacDonagh (M. ) Parliament, its romance, comedy, pathos. 1902. 32802 

Macdonald (A.) In search of El Dorado [travel]. 1906. ill. - 90609 

Macdonald (Frederic W. ) In a nook with a book [essays]. 1907. E4M 1 
Macdonald (G. ) Coin types, origin and development. 1905. ill. 73702 

MacDonald (George) Adela Cathcart. 10M28 

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MacDonald (James) Letters, 1816-31. port. ill. - - - M291 

Macdonell (Arthur A.) Sanskrit-English dictionary. 1893.- 49106 

McDougall (W.) Psycho-physical method. In Lectures. 1906. 50702 

Macduff (John R.) The parish of Taxwood. 1883. ill. - - 91818 

MacEwen (A. R.) The Erskines [lives of E. and R. Erskine]. - E061 

Macfarlane, John, Memoir of ; by W. Graham. 1876. port. - M201 

MacFarlane (Malcolm) The Gaelic language and the people 

who speak it. In The old Highlands. 1908. - - - 92211 

Macfie (Ronald C.) The romance of medicine. 1907. ill. - 61005 

MacGahan, J. A. In Forbes (A.) Souvenirs of some continents. 90406 

Macgeorge (Andrew) Flags, their history and uses. 1S81. ill. 99901 

McGibbon (W. C. ) Indicator diagrams, marine. 1906. ill. - 62110 

- joint-author. See Tod (John). 

MacGille-na-Brataich (Iain R.) See Bannerman (John R.) 

Macgregor (Alexander) Feuds of the clans, 1031-1619. 1907. 92203 

Macgregor (D. H.) Industrial combination. 1906. - - - 33804 

MacGregor (Duncan) Lady Christ, a modern mystery. - - 129M1 

MacGregor (John) 'Rob Roy' on the Baltic. 1896. ill. map*. 94103 

- The voyage alone in the yawl 'Rob Roy.' 1880. ill. - - 91502 
Machiavelli (N.) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 85801 
Machiavelli, Niccolo. Browne (J. H. B.) Machiavelli and his 

times [a review]. In his Essays, v. 1. 1907. - - - E6B1 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. El Ml 

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Machiavelli, Niccolo. In Robertson (J. M. ) Pioneer humanists. 1907. 99811 
Machinery. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Appleby (C.J.) Illustrated handbook of machinery. 1903. v. 5. 62010 

" Steam and electric plant employed in construction." 

- Hill (A. P.) Machine drawing. 1904. 62012 

- Machine construction. In Cassell's Educator, v. 3-4. ill. - 60308-9 
McIan (R. R.) Costumes of the clans; [text] by J. Logan, col. ill. 92204 
McIlraith (J. R.) joint-author. See Whitman (S.) 

Macintosh, the Highland chief, a tale ; by G. Aguilar. - - 12 A 8 

McIntyre (David M.) The upper room company. 1906.- - 22708 
Mackail (J. W.) The life of William Morris. 1901. 2 v. ill. M071-2 

Mackay (Chas.) Poetry and humour of the Scottish language. - 42704 

Mackay (William) Life in the Highlands in the olden times. 

In The old Highlands. 1908^ 92211 

McKechnie (William 8.) The state and the individual. 1896. 32003 
Mackeggie (David) Social progress in the Highlands since the 

forty-five. In The old Highlands. 1908. - - - 92211 

McKendrick (John G.) A text-book of physiology. 1888. v. 1. 61202 

Mackenzie (Alexander) History of the Macleods. 1889. - M131 

- History of the Munros of Fowlis. 1898. .... M121 
Mackenzie, Sir Alexander C. In Willeby (C) English music. - 99701 
Mackenzie (Sir Alex. M.) and others. Auld Perth. 1906. ill. 92508 
Mackenzie (Evan G.) Grouse shooting and deer-stalking. 1907. 79934 
McKenzie (Fred. A.) Sober by act of parliament. 1S94. - - 17802 
Mackenzie (James) Life of Michael Bruce. 1905. ill. - • B171 
Mackenzie (John M.) Remains, with a selection from his 

correspondence, mem. ------- M221 

Mackenzie (John S.) Social philosophy. 1890. - - - 30104 

- Lectures on humanism. 1 0< »7. 17701 

Mackenzie (Sir M.) Fatal illness of Frederick the Noble. 1888. F021 

Mackenzie (W. M.) Scottish history [81-1874]. 1907. ill. - 91842 
Mackenzie (William) A measg tnath na Gaidhealtachd. /// 

The old Highlands. 1908. - ... 92211 

Mackenzie (Wm. C.) Short history of the Scottish Highlands. - 92201 

Mackey (H. 0.) Points, parables, pictures, for preachers. 1899. 25104 

Mackie (John M.) Life of Godfrey W. von Leibnitz. 1845. - L121 
Mackie (P. J.) joint -author. See Walker (Archibald S.) 

Mackinnon (D.) Hymns of the Gael. In The old Highlands. 1908. 92211 
Mackinnon (Sir William H.) Gen. Journal of the C.I.V. in 

South Africa [1900]. 1901. ill. map. - 96403 

Mackintosh (C. W.) Coillard of the Zambesi. 1907. ill. map. C121 
The lives of Francois and Christina Coillard, of the Paris Missionary 
Society, in south and central Africa, 1S5S-190L 

Mackintosh, Sir J. In Bulwer (Sir H. L. ) Historical characters. 99506 

- De Quincey (T.) Works of Mackintosh. In his Writings, v. s. 10401 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. E1M1 

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Mackintosh (John) Scotland to the present century. 1900. - 91801 

Macknight (Thomas) Political progress, nineteenth century. - 32007 

Mackrow (C.) Naval architect's and shipbuilder's pocket-book. 62625 
McLachlan (J. E. ) Private secretary to a member of parliament. 

In Pitman's Secretary's handbook. 1908. - - - 65803 

Maclachlan (Thomas B.) David Livingstone [a biography]. - L023 

- Mungo Park [a biography]. 1898. map. .... P102 
Maclagan (Robert C.) Scottish myths. 1882. ill. - - 39818 
Maclaren (Alex. ) Leaves from the tree of life [sermons]. 1906. 25229 

- Triumphant certainties, and other sermons. 1905. - - 25227 
Maclaren (Ian). See Watson (John). 

McLatchie (J. D. P.) Electrolysis. 1905. .... 61608 

McLaughlin (Andrew C.) Lewis Cass [a biography]. 1891. - C361 

McLean (Daniel) Hus. In The reformers. 1885. - - - 99812 

Maclean (Mrs. Eben) ed. British women's cookery book. - 64101 
Maclean (Magnus) Historical development of different systems 

of education in the Highlands. In Old Highlands. - - 92211 

- The literature of the Highlands. 1904. 89101 

Maclean (Norman) Hills of home [a story]. - - - - 23 Ml 

Macleane (Douglas) Keason, thought, language [logic]. 1906. 16003 
MacLehose (Sophia H.) From the Monarchy to the Republic 

in France, 1788-92. 1904. ill. 93208 

McLellan (Duncan) Glasgow public parks. 1894. port. ill. - 92314 

McLellan (J. A.) and Dewey (J.) Applied psychology. - - 37009 

" An introduction to the principles and practice of education." 

McLennan (John F.) The patriarchal theory. 1885. - - 39202 

" Based on the papers of the late John Ferguson McLennan." 
MacLeod, Alexander. In MacCowan (R.) The men of Skye. 1902. 99808 

Macleod (Angus) Strathclyde, and other poems. 1906. - - 901 M 
Macleod (Fiona). See Sharp (William). 

Macleod (Henry D.) The elements of banking. 1891. - - 33203 
MacLeod (Hugh) The clan system as a legal entity. In The 

old Highlands. 1908. 92211 

Macleod (Malcolm C. ) ed. Modern Gaelic bards. 1908. ill. 89107 
McLeod (Nicholas K.) The churches of Buchan, and notes by 

the way. 1899. mem. port. ill. 27506 

Macleod (Norman) The old lieutenant and his son. - - - 27 M 2 

Macleod, Norman. In MacCowan (R. ) The men of Skye. 1902. 99808 

- Macleod (D.) Memoir of Norman Macleod. 1876. 2 v. port. M152-3 

- Wellwood (J.) Norman Macleod [a biography]. 1897. - - M151 

Macleod of Dare [a novel] ; by W. Black. 62B21 

Macleods. Mackenzie (A.) History of the Macleods. 1S89. - M131 

[Macmillan (Archibald)] Jeems Kaye, his adventures, ill. - 82706 

Macmillan (Donald) The life of George Matheson. 1908. - M181 

Macmillan (Hugh) Bible teachings in nature. 1903. - - 23909 

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Macmillan (Hugh) The clock of nature [sermons]. 1907. - 25220 

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- The ministry of nature. 1902. ...... 50422 

- Rothiemurchus [a description]. 1907. ill. - 92208 

- The touch of God, and other sermons. 1903. port. - - 25204 
Macmillan (Michael) The promotion of general happiness. - 17103 
Macmillan's Magazine, v. 1, 1859, and continued. - - - 4501 
Macnate (Peter) The geology and scenery of the Grampians, 

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Macnamara (Nottidge C.) Origin and character of the British 

people. 1900. ill. 91210 

Macneill (Hector) Poetical works. In Ramsay [etc.] mem. ill. 82211 

Macnicol (D.) Robert Bruce, minister in Edinburgh. 1907. ill. B331 

Macphail (Andrew) Essays in Puritanism. 1905. - - - 99815 

Macpherson (Hector) A century's progress in astronomy. 1906. 52001 

- Through the depths of space, astronomy. 1908. ill. - - 52316 
Macpherson (Hector C.) Adam Smith [a biography]. 1899. - S112 

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- A century of intellectual development. 1907. - - - 30411 

- Scotland's battles for spiritual independence. 1905. - - 27512 

- Thomas Carlyle [a biography]. C105 

Macpherson (Hugh A.) and others. The grouse. 1895. ///. - 79919 

- - The hare. 1903. ill. 79920 

-- The partridge. 1896. ill. 79917 

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- - Red deer. 1896. ill. 79918 

Macpherson, James. In Graham (H. G. ) Scottish men of letters. 99908 
Macready, William C. Browne (J. H. B. ) " Macready's Reminis- 
cences." In his "Essays, v. 1. 1907. .... E6B1 

McTodd ; by C. J. Cutcliffe W. Hyne. 115 H 6 

Mac vicar (John G.) Philosophy of the beautiful. 1855. ill. - 70103 

Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills ; by S. R. Crockett. - - 118 C 26 

Madagascar. Dubois. Voyages, 1669-72. 1897. WW. ill. maps. 96201 

Mad an (Falconer) Books in manuscript. 1893. ill. - - 09101 

Madcap Violet ; by W. Black. 62B12 

Madden (R. R.) Phantasmata, illusions [etc.] 1857. 2 v. - 13304-5 

Made of money ; by D. Gerard. 14 Gl 

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Mademoiselle Mathilde ; by H. Kingsley. 26K8 

Madison, James [a biography] ; by S. H. Gay. 1898. - M271 

Madrid, historical and descriptive; by A. F. Calvert. 1909. ill. 93431 

Maeterlinck (Maurice) La sagesse et la destiuee. 1907. - 17106 

- Wisdom and destiny. 1898. - - 17109 
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Magnum bonum [a story] ; by C. M. Yonge. 
Magruder (Allan B.) John Marshall [a biography]. 1885. 
Mahaffy (John P.) Euripides [his life and work]. 1879. 

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M ahan (Alfred T. ) and.others. Some neglected aspects of war 
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Maine, Sir Henry J. S. Morley (Viscount) Maine on Popular 
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Maistre, Joseph M., comte de. In Morley (Viscount) Critical 
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Maitland (Fred. W.) Life and letters of Leslie Stephen. 1906. S221 
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Mallock (Wm. H.) Religion as a credible doctrine. 1903. - 21501 

Malmesbury (Earl of) Memoirs of an ex-minister. 1885. - M281 

Malory (Sir Thomas) History of King Arthur. - - - 39807 
Malthus, Thomas R. De Quincey (T.) Malthus on population. 

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- Ingersoll (E.) Life of animals, mammals. 1906. ill. - - 59908 

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Man. Isle of. Guide to the Isle of Man. ill. maps. - - - 91716 
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Man and beast [animal intelligence] ; by J. G. Wood. 1903. - 59119 
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Man of the world ; by A. Fogazzaro. 56 F 3 

A sequel to " The patriot," 56 Fl. 

M anders (Beatrice) Simple confectionery. 1908. - - - 64201 

Mandeville, Bernard. In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 99811 

Mankind in the making ; by H. G. Wells. 1904. - - 30101 

A sequel to N Anticipations," 30106. 

Mann (Mrs. Mary E.) Gran'ma's Jane. 40M1 

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- Olivia's summer. - 40 M4 

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Mansfield Park [a novel] ; by J. Austen. 60A5 

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Manxman [a novel] ; by Hall Caine. 5C5 

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Many inventions [stories] ; by R. Kipling. - - - - 28 K 10 

Many thoughts of many minds ; ed. by H. Southgate. 2 v. 80809-10 
Manzoni(A.) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 18*28. 85801 

- I promessi sposi ; with notes. 1892. .... - 45804 

- I promessi sposi, storia Milanese. - - - - - - 45 Ml 

Marathon. In Creasy (Sir E. S. ) Decisive battles. 1906. plan. 90407 

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March (Francis A. ) Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon language. 1870. 42902 
Marchen von Gockel und Hinkel ; von K. Brentano. - - - 83824 
Marchmont (Arthur W.) By snare of love. - - - - 47 Ml 

- A courier of fortune. 47M3 

- A dash for a throne. - - 47M2 

Mares (George C.) Advertising that tells. 1907. ill. - - 65901 

- Art of typewriting. 1905. ill. 65202 

Marey (Etienne J.) Animal mechanism, locomotion. 1893. ill. 59112 
Margaret Grainger, schoolmistress ; by A. S. Swan. - - - 147S44 
Margaret Percival [a novel] ; by E. M. Sewell. - - - 48 S 5 

Margaret Smith's journal, sketches ; by J. G. Whittier. 1889. 81801 
Margaret Torrington, or, the voyage of life ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W13 
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Marie Louise et le due de Reichstadt ; par H. A. Guerber ; notes. 44823 
Marietta, a maid of Venice ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - 113 C 5 
Mariette (A.) ed. Half-hours of French translation. 1894. - 44843 

- Key to the Half -hours of French translation. - 44844 
Marignan, conquete et perte du Milanais ; par J. C. L. S. de 

Sismondi ; [with notes]. ----- - 44845 

Marine engineering. See Engineering, Marine. 

Marion Forsyth ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 25 

Maritime law. For list of other subjects in law, see Law. 

- Duckworth (L. ) An encyclopaedia of marine law. 1907. - 34701 
Mark, St., Gospel of. See Bible. 

Mark Desborough's vow; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 21 

Mark Rutherford's deliverance ; by \Y. H. White. - - 68W2 

A sequel to " The autobiography of Mark Rutherford," 68W1. 
Market Harborough [a tale] ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - 79 M5 
Markham (Sir Albert H.) Adm. Anson. In From Howard 

to Nelson. 1907. 99609 

Markham (Violet R.) South Africa, past and present. 1900. ill. 96305 
Marks (Edw. C. R. ) Construction and working of pumps. 1907. ill. 62205 
Marlborough, Duke of. Fortescue (J. W.) Marlborough. In 

From Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. port, plans. - 99610 
Marlowe (Christopher) [Select plays] ; ed. by H. H. Ellis. - 1001M 

Maim Lisa [a story]; by K. D. Wiggin. 52W7 

Marooned ; by W. Clark Russell. ~ 75R2 

Marot, Clement. In Bailey (J. C.) Claims of French poetry. 1907. 84102 
Marotseland. Gibbons (A. St. H.) Africa from south to north 

through Marotseland. 1904. 2 v. ill. map*. - - 95502-3 

Mar-Prelate, Martin. In Disraeli (I.) Quarrels of authors, v. 3. 82844 
Marquis of Lossie ; by ft. MacDonald. ..... 10M6 

A sequel to " Malcolm," 10 M 5. 
Marriage. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- [Hardy (E. J.)] How to be happy though married. 1887. - 17303 

- Henson (H. H.) Christian marriage. 1907. - 17306 

- Landels (W.) The marriage ring. 1889. .... 17304 

- Milton (J.) Tetrachordon, marriage, or, nullities in marriage. 

In his Prose works, v. 3. 82832 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Virginibus puerisque, and other papers. - E5S2 

Marriage ode ; by G. Buchanan. 1601 B 

.Marriage of Elinor; by Mrs. M. 0. W. Oliphant. - - - 6012 

Marriott (Charles) Genevra. 108 M 2 

- Love with honour. --------- 108 Ml 

Marriott (J. A. R.) Life of Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland. 1907. F201 

Marry at (Florence) Her lord and master. - - - - 51 Ml 

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Marryat (Frederick) Capt. 011a podrida. 1897. ill. • - 91015 
Diary on the continent. [Etc.] 

- The children of the New Forest. 52M20 

- The dog fiend, or, Snarleyyow. 52M13 

- Frank Mildmay, or, the naval officer. 52 M 3 

- Jacob Faithful. 52 M 6 

- Japhet in search of a father. - - - - - - 52 M 2 

- The King's Own. 52 M 9 

- The little savage. 52M21 

- Masterman Ready, or, the wreck of the ' Pacific. ' - - 52 M 8 

- The mission, or, scenes in Africa. 52M23 

- Mr. Midshipman Easy. 52 Mil 

- Monsieur Violet. - - 52 M 17 

- Newton Forster, or, the merchant service. - - - - 52 M 10 

- The pacha of many tales. 52 M 5 

- Percival Keene. 52M16 

- Peter Simple. 52 Ml 

- The phantom ship. 52M14 

- The pirate. The three cutters. 52M12 

- The poacher. - - - - - - - - - - 52 M 4 

-Poor Jack. 52M15 

- The privateersman. 52M18 

- The settlers in Canada. 52M22 

- Valerie. 52M19 

- ed. Rattlin the reefer ; by E. Howard. 52 M 7 

Marryat (J.) A history of pottery and porcelain. 1857. ill. - 73804 
Marsh (Charles F.) and Dunn (W.) Reinforced concrete and 

concrete block construction. 1908. ill. - 69102 

Marsh (George P.) Lectures on the English language. 1862. - 42001 

Marsh (Richard) A duel. 107 Ml 

- The magnetic girl. 107 M 3 

- Under one flag. 107 M2 

Marshall (Douglas H.) The beginner's book of Greek. - - 48802 
Marshall, Henry. Brown (J.) Dr. H. Marshall and military 

hygiene. In his Horse subsecivse, v. 1. 1897. - - E1B2 

Marshall, John [a biography]; by A. B. Magruder. 1885. - M261 

Marshrield the observer ; by E. Castle. 31 CI 

Marston (Edward) By meadow and stream, memories. 1896. ill. 79903 

- Days in clover [holiday sketches]. 1892. ill. - - - 79904 

- Dove Dale revisited, with other holiday sketches. 1902. ill. 79905 

- Fresh woods and pastures new. 1888. 79928 

- An old man's holidays. 1900. ill. 79927 

- " On a sunshine holy day." 1897. ill. 79926 

- Sketches of booksellers of other days. 1901. ill. - - - 99904 

- Some booksellers of the time of Dr. Johnson. 1902. ill. - 99905 
Marston, John, /w Swinburne (A. C.) The age of Shakespeare. 190S. 82524 

219 



MAR GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Marston (Robert B.) Walton and earlier writers on fishing. - 79931 

Martin (Annie) Home life on an ostrich farm. 1892. ill. - 96502 
Martin (Edouard) joint-author. See Labiche (Eugene M.) 

Martin (Edward A.) The story of a piece of coal. 1901. ill. - 55301 

Martin (J. W.) My fishing days and fishing ways. ill. - - 79930 

Martin (Rudolf) The future of Russia. 1906. - - - 94002 

Martin (T. C.) and others. Gleanings after time. 1907. ill. - 91614 
" Chapters in [English] social and domestic history." 

Martin (Sir Theodore) Life of [Albert] Prince Consort. 1882. A061 

- Queen Victoria as I knew her. 1908. V012 

Martin Chuzzlewit ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. - 30D5 

Martineau (Harriet) Deerbrook, a novel. - - - - 58 Ml 
Martineau, Harriet. Miller (Mrs. F. F.) H. Martineau [a life], port. M061 

- In Morley (Viscount) Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. - - E5M4 
Martineau (James) The seat of authority in religion. 1905. - 23008 
Martineau, James. Craufurd (A. H.) Recollections of James 

Martineau [etc.] 1903. port. M141 

- Tyndall (J.) James Martineau and the Belfast address. In 

his Fragments of science, v. 2. 1902. .... 50410 

Martyr graves of Scotland [covenanters] ; by J. H. Thomson, ill. 27514 

Marty rland, a tale of the covenanters ; by R. Simpson. - - 165S1 
Martyrs. For related subjects, see Christian biography. Church history. 

- Foxe (J. ) The book of martyrs. 27202 

Marvels over our heads [meteorology] ; by G. Hartwig. 1894. ill. 55123 
Marx (Karl) Revolution and counter-revolution, or, Germany 

in 1848. 1904. 92704 

Marx, Karl. Aveling (E.) The students' Marx. 1902. - - 33112 
li An introduction to Marx' ' Capital.' 

- Kaufmann(M.) Karl Marx and the International. In Utopias [etc.] 32105 
Mary, Virgin. Scott (A. B.) Mary Mother. In his Lectures. 1907. E3S1 
Mary, Queen of Scots. Cowan (S.) Last days of Mary Stuart. 1907. M045 

*' And the journal of Bourgoyne, her physician." 

- Guaras (A. de) The accession of Queen Mary. 1892. - - M044 

"[A] Contemporary narrative; ed. with introduction, translation, 
notes [etc.] by R. Garnett." 

- Henderson (T. F. ) Mary, Queen of Scots, a biography. 2 v. 

1905. port. ill. M046-7 

- Rait(R.S.) ed. Mary, Queen of Scots [a biography]. 1900. port. ill. M041 

- Strickland (A.) Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 1903. 2 v. port. M 042-3 
Mary Barton, and other tales ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - 10G3 
Mary Marston [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. .... 10M29 
Mary of Burgundy, or, the revolt of Ghent; by G. P. R. James. 6J18 
1 Mary Park.' Park (M. M.) Greater Britain and far east. 1907. 90815 

" 60,000 miles on the ' Mary Park.'" 
Mary Unwin [a novel] ; by Alan St. Aubyn. - - - - 4S2 
Maryon (Maud) How the garden grew. 1900. ill.- - - 71002 
Mascagni, Pietro. In Streatfeild (Pv. A.) Italian music. 1895. 99702 

220 



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Mask ; by W. Le Queux. 36 L4 

Masom (W. F.) joint -author. See Allcroft (A. H.) 

Mason (Alfred E. W. ) Courtship of Morrice Buckler. 2 copies. 59 M 2 

- The four feathers. 2 copies. 59 Ml 

- Miranda of the balcony, a story. 59 M 3 

- The truants. - - 59 M 4 

Mason (C. M.) Studies in the formation of character. 1906. - 17013 

Mason (Caroline A . ) A woman of yesterday. ... - 109 Ml 

Mason (Thomas) Public and private libraries of Glasgow. 1885. 92318 
Masonry. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Mitchell (C. F. and G. A. ) Brickwork and masonry. 1908. ill. 69302 
Massage. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Palmer (M. D. ) Lessons on massage. 1907. ill. - - - 61503 
Massart (Jean) and Vanderyelde (E.) Parasitism, organic 

and social. 1895. - 57506 

Masse (H. J. L. J.) Oxford [a description]. 1906. ill. - - 91706 

Massenet, Jules. In Her vey (A.) French music. 1894. port. 99703 
Masses. See Music, Church. 

Massinger, Philip. In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 2. E6S2 

Masson (David) Chatterton, a biography. 1899. - - - C181 

- Memories of London in the 'forties. 1908. .... 91729 
Masson (Gustave) Mediaeval France [987-1515]. 1897. ill. - 93103 
Masson (Rosaline) Pollok and Aytoun [biographies]. - - P131 

Master-Christian; by Marie Corelli. 89 C 6 

Master Humphrey's clock ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. - - 30D16 

Master of Ballantrae, a tale ; by R. L. Stevenson. - - - 119 S 5 

Master of craft ; by W. W. Jacobs. 5J8 

Master of Gray ; by H. C. Bailey. 3B1 

Master of Grey lands, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 76W10 

Master of the science of right living ; by N. D. Hillis. 1903. - 24806 

Master Rockafellar's voyage ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 

Masterman Ready [a story] ; by Captain F. Marryat. - 52 M 

Master's watchword [Christianity] ; by J. Coats. 1897. - - 23007 
Mathematics. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Clifford (W. K.) Common sense of exact sciences. 1904. ill. 51001 

- Hovenden (F. ) Mathematics for young engineers. 1907. - 51002 

- Newton (Sir I.) Principia [Latin text]. 1871. - - - 51005 

- Russell (B.) The principles of mathematics. 1903. v. 1. - 51003 

- See also Algebra. Arithmetic. Calculus. Geometry. Logarithms. 

Trigonometry. 

Mathers (Helen) "Cherry Ripe" ! a romance. 2 copies. - 64M1 

- Comin' thro' the rye. 64 M 2 

Matheson (A. S.) The church and social problems. 1893. - 26101 

Matheson (Geo.) Representative men of the Bible. 1903. 2 v. 22213-4 

- The representative men of the New Testament. 1905. - - 22614 

221 



MAT GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

Matheson (Geo.) The representative women of the Bible. 1907. 22103 

- Thoughts for life's journey [Christian life]. 1907. - - - 24801 
Matheson, George, Life of ; by D. Macmillan. 1908. port. - M181 
Mathew (Frank) Ireland [a description]. 1907. col. ill. - 92602 
Mathew, Theobald [a biography] ; by K. Tynan. 1908. port. - M351 
Mathews (Charles E.) The annals of Mont Blanc. 1898. ill. 91034 
Mathews (Shailer) joint-author. See Burton (Ernest D.) 
Mathieson (William L.) Politics and religion [in Scotland, 

1550-1695]. 1902. 2 v. - - ... - - 91808-9 

- Scotland and the Union, 1695-1747. 1905. .... 91807 
Matrons. See Hospitals. 

Matter. For lists of related subjects, see Biology. Physics. 

- Le Bon (G.) The evolution of matter. 1907. ill.- - - 53004 

- Tait (P. G.) Properties of matter. 1907. ill. - - - 53009 

- Thomson (Sir J.J.) The corpuscular theory of matter. 1907. ill. 53008 

- Tyndall (J.) Matter and force. In his Fragments, v. 2. 1902. 50410 

- See also .Ether. 

Matthew, St., Gospel of. See Bible. 

Matthews (F. H.) Intellectual education. 1907. - - - 37007 

Maude (F. N.) War and the world's life. 1907. ill. map. - 35508 

Maude Bolingbroke [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81 W 42 

Maudslay, Henry. In Smiles (S.) Industrial biography. 1901. 99716 

Maudsley (Henry) Responsibility in mental disease. 1892. - 13201 

Maunder (Edward W.) Royal Observatory, Greenwich. 1900. 52201 

Maurice (C. E.) Bohemia, a history. 1896. ill. map. - - 92903 

Maurice (Fred. D. ) Friendship of books, and other lectures. - E6M1 

Words. Books. Use and abuse of newspapers. Christian 
civilization. Ancient history. English history. Spenser's "Faerie 
queene." Milton. Milton as a schoolmaster. Edmund Burke. Critics. [Etc.l 

Maurice (Sir John F.) Wellington. In Cromwell to Wellington. 99610 

Maurice, a romance ; by J. Keating. 41 Kl 

Maxims. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- La Rochefoucauld (Due de) Maximes. bibl. - 84801 
Maxwell (George) In Malay forests [sport and travel]. 1907. 95005 
Maxwell (Sir H. E. ) History of the house of Douglas. 2 v. ill. D 141-2 

- Life and times of W. H. Smith. 1893. 2 v. ill. - - - S 321-2 
Maxwell, James C, Life of; by L. Campbell and W. Garnett. 

1882. ill. M231 

Maxwell (Wm. H.) Ventilation, heating, and lighting. 1907. Ul. 69701 
May (EdwardS.) Lake. In Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. plans. 99610 
Mayne(C.B.) Moore. In Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. x>lans. 99610 
Mayo (Herbert) Truths contained in popular superstitious, with 

an account of mesmerism. 1851. 13306 

Mayor (Joseph B. ) St. Jude and the Second epistle of St. Peter. 22802 
" Greek text with introduction, notes, and comments." 

Mayor of Casterbridge ; by T. Hardy. 21H13 

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Mazarin, Duchess of. In Fea (A.) Some beauties. 1906. port. 99501 
Mazzini, Joseph. In Masson (D.) London in the 'forties. 1908. 91729 
Mead, Richard. Dobson (H. A.) Dr. Mead's library. In his 

Vignettes, v. 3. 1896. - - - - • - E3D3 

Meade (L. T.) The burden of her youth. - - 76M3 

- The heart of Helen. 76 M 2 

- Resurgam. 76M4 

- The sorceress of the Strand. 76 M 6 

Mecca. Burton (Sir R. F.) Pilgrimage to Meccah [1855]. 2 v. 94409-10 
Mechanic work, Amateur. For list of related subjects, see Industries 

and manufactures. 

- Benson (W. A. S.) Handicraft and design. 1893. hibl. ill. - 68001 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Handyman's enquire within, ill. - - 68003 

- See also Repairs. 

Mechanics. For lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Physics. 

- Applied mechanics. In Cassell's Educator, v. 5-8. 1906. ill. 03207-10 

- In Deschanel (A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 1. 1905. ill. - 53104 

- Dobbs (W. J.) Examples in elementary mechanics. 1908. ill. 53105 

- Perry (J.) Applied mechanics. 1907. ill. - 62005 

- Practical mechanics, hi Cassell's Technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. 60306-8 

- Wagstaff (C. J. L.) and Bloomer (G. C.) Mechanics [etc.] 1906. 53107 

- See also Force. Machinery. Statics. 

Mecklenburg County. Hoyt (W. H. ) The Mecklenburg declara- 
tion of independence. 1907. ill. 97307 

Medals. See Coins and medals. 

Media. Ragozin (Z. A.) Media [607-490 B.C.] 1897. ill. map. 94602 

Medicine. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- Gairdner (Sir W. T.) The physician as naturalist. 1889. - 61001 

- Macfie (R. C.) The romance of medicine. 1907. ill. - - 61005 

- [Paget (S.)] Confessio medici. 1908. 61007 

- Timbs (J.) ed. Doctors and patients, anecdotes. 1876. - - 61003 

- See also Anaesthetics. Anatomy. Christian science. Disease. 

Electrolysis. Fermentation. First aid. Health. Homoeopathy. 
Hospitals. Massage. Nursing. Physiology. Teeth. Veterinary 
medicine. 

Medico (G. A. del) The pictorial Italian course. - - - 45803 

Medina. Burton (Sir R.F.) Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah [1855]. 2 v. 94409-10 

Meditations. Kempis (T. a) The imitation of Christ. - - 24201 

- Pascal (B.) Thoughts on religion ; trans, by B. Kennet. - 23903 

- Traherne (T. ) Centuries of meditations. 1908. - - - 24203 

- See also Reflection. 

Mediterranean. Ball (E. R.) Mediterranean winter resorts 

[European]. 190S. ill. map. 91033 

Meg the lady, a romance ; by T. Gallon. 6G1 

Meiklejohn (John) Erasmus. In The reformers. 1885. - 99812 

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Melanchthon. Philip. Richard (J. W. ) Philip Melanchthon, the 

protestant preceptor of Germany. 1898. port. ill. - M031 

Melbourne. Boldrewood (Rolf) Old Melbourne memories. 1899. 98801 
Melbourne House [a story] ; by S. Warner. - - - - 21 W 5 

Melhicourt, or. Sir Oran Haut-ton ; by T. L. Peacock. - - 20P1 
Melville, Andrew, Life of ; by T. McCrie. 1819. 2 v. - - M211-2 
Melville 'George J. Whyte) Biding recollections, ill. - 79805 

- Songs and verses. The true cross, ill. ----- 201 M 

- Black but comely. 79M22 

-Bones and I. 79M10 

- The Brookes of Bridlemere. 79M20 

- Cerise, a tale of the last century. 79M12 

- Contraband, or, a losing hazard. 79M19 

- Digby Grand. 79 Ml 

- General Bounce, or, the lady and the locust. - - - - 79 M 21 

- The gladiators, a tale of Pvome and Judaea. - - - - 79 M 2 

- Good for nothing, or, all down hill. 79M3 

- Holmby House, a tale. 79 M4 

- The interpreter, a tale of the war. - - - - - - 79 M 23 

- Kate Coventry, an autobiography. - 79 Mil 

- Katerfelto, a story of Exmoor. 79M14 

- M. or N. - - - - 79M13 

- Market Harborough. Inside the bar. - - - - - 79 M 5 

- The Queens Maries, a romance of Holyrood. - 79M18 

- Rosine. Sister Louise. - - - - 79 M 15 

- Roy's wife. - - - 79 M 6 

- Sarchedon, a legend. 79 M 7 

- Satanella, a story. 79M8 

- Tilbury Nogo. - - ... 79M9 

- Uncle John. - 79M16 

- The white rose. 79M17 

Melville (Herman i Moby Dick, or, the white whale. - - 80M1 

- Typee. - 80M3 

- Omoo, a sequel to "Typee." - 80M2 

Melville (Lewis) Victorian novelists. 1906. ill. - - - 82604 

Memoirs of a physician ; by A. Dumas. 58 D 7 

Memoirs of an ex-minister ; by the Earl of Malmesbury. 1885. M281 
Memoirs of Barry Lyndon ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12T2 

Memoirs of Constantine Dix ; by B. Pain. 3P1 

Memoirs of Mr. Yellowplush ; by YY. M. Thackeray. - - 82836 

Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes : by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 5 

Sherlock Holmes series X 

Memories and portraits ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1906. - - E5S4 

Memories and studies of war and peace; by A. Forbes. 1896. - 90412 

Memories of Margaret Oainger ; by A. S. Swan. - - 147S44 

224 



POLLOKSHTELDS BRANCH. MER 

Memory. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Davies (B. J.) How to study and remember. - - - 15402 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Natural history of intellect. 1894. - E1E8 

- Green (F. W. E.) Memory and its cultivation. 1902. ill. - 15401 

- Ribot (T. ) Diseases of memory, an essay. 1898. - - - 13202 
Men-at-arms, stories and sketches; by W. P. Drury. - - 64D1 
Men of iron [a romance] ; by H. Pyle. - - - - - 68 PI 

Men of the moss-hags ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 7 

Men who have made the Empire ; by G. Griffith. 1897. ill - 99607 

Men, women, and books [essays] ; by A. Birrell. - - - E4B1 

Menander. In Collins (J. C.) Essays and studies. 1895.- - El CI 
Mending. See Repairs. 

Mexpes (Mortimer) Whistler as I knew him. 1904. 4°. ill. W081 

Men's wives ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - - 12 T 2 

Mensuration. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7. 1906. - 03209 

- Wagstaff (C. J. L. ) and Bloomer (G. C. ) Mensuration [etc. ] 1906. 53107 
Menus. See Cookery. 

Mercantile marine. For related subjects, see Transportation. 

- Gardner (F. W.) The sea, a guide to employment. 1907. - 65605 
Mercer (J. E.) Bp. The soul of progress. 1907. - - - 30110 
Mere de la marquise ; par E. F. V. About ; with notes. 1904.- 44819 
Meredith (George) A reading of life, with other poems. 1901. 701 M 

- The adventures of Harry Richmond. 82 M 4 

- The amazing marriage. 82M13 

- Beauchamp's career. 82 M 5 

- Diana of the Crossways. 82 M 6 

- The egoist, a corned} 7 in narrative. 82 M 7 

- Evan Harrington, a novel. 82 Ml 

- Lord Ormont and his Aminta. 82M14 

- One of our conquerors. - - - - - - - - 82 M 8 

- The ordeal of Richard Feverel. 82 M 9 

- Rhoda Fleming, a story. 82 M 3 

- Sandra Belloni. 82M15 

- Vittoria [a sequel to " Sandra Belloni "]. - - - - 82 M 12 

- The shaving of Shagpat, an Arabian entertainment. - - 82 M 10 

- The tale of Chloe, and other stories. 82 M 2 

The house on the beach. Farina. The case of General Ople and Lady 
Camper. 

- The tragic comedians. 82 Mil 

Meredith, George. Trevelyan (G. M. ) The poetry and philosophy 

of George Meredith. 1906. ------ 82403 

Meredith (Owex). See Lyttox (Edward Robert, Earl of). 

Meredith, Susanna, a record of a vigorous life ; by M. A. Lloyd, ill. M011 

Merimee (Prosper) Colomba [French text] ; with notes, mem. 44821 
Merivale (Charles) The Romans under the Empire. 1890. 8 v. 93616-23 
H 225 



MER GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Merlet (G.) et Lixtilhac (E.) Etudes litteraires sur les clas- 

siques francais. 1900-4. 2 v. 84001-2 

'Merrimac' In Higginson (F. J.) Naval battles. 1906.- - 90403 

Merrimax (Henry Seton) Barlasch of the Guard. - - - 85M1 

- From one generation to another. 85 M 9 

- The grey lady. 85M11 

- In Kedar's tents. 85M2 

- The isle of unrest. 85M6 

- Roden's corner. 85M8 

- The slave of the lamp. 85M10 

- The sowers. 85 M4 

- The velvet glove. 85 M 7 

- The vultures. - ..... 85M5 

- With edged tools. 85 M 3 

Merrimax (Mansfield) Sanitary engineering. 1906. ill. - 62801 
Merry men, and other tales ; by R. L. Stevenson. - - - 119 S 11 

Merz (Teresa) The junto [statesmen]. 1907. ill. - - - 99606 
Mesmerism. See Hypnotism. 

Message from the sea ; by C. Dickens and others. - - - 31 D 8 

Messerschmidt (L.) The Hittites. 1903. ill.- • - - 94411 
Messias [Gesang] ; von F. G. Klopstock. In his Werke, v. 1-2. ill. 401-2 K 
Metal work. For lists of related subjects, see Industries. Sculpture. 

- Day (G.) Metal work. 1906. ill. 73901 

- Drawing for metal plate workers. In Cassell's Educator, v. 5. 60310 

- See also Brass. Iron. 

Metallurgy. For list of other useful arts, see Arts, Useful. 

- Methods of testing metals [etc.] ------ 66903 

- Sexton (A. H.) Elementary text-book of metallurgy. 1907. ill, 66901 

- See also Gold. Iron. Pipes. Steel. 
Metaphysics. See Philosophy. 

Metastasio(P.) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. 1S2S. 85801 

Metaurus. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1906. plan. 90407 

Metcalf, John. In Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers, pore. - 99709 
Meteorology. See Weather. 
Methodism. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Jackson (G.) The old Methodism and the new. 1903. - - 28701 

- Southev (R.) Wesley and progress of Methodism. 1901. hibl. W212 
Metre. For list of related subjects, see Language, English. 

- Omond (T. S.) A study of metre. 1907. - - - 42601 

Mettle of the pasture ; by J. L. Allen. 27 A 1 

Metz. Forbes (A.) Moltke before Metz. in A i> Memories. 1896. 90412 

Mexico. Hale (S.) Mexico [a history to 1884]. 1897. ill. maps. 97601 

- Prescott (W. H.) The conquest of Mexico [64S-1547]. 1906. - 97602 
Meyer(Mrs.) Theauthor of 'The peep of day.' Mrs. Mortimer, ill. M021 
Meyer (Frederick B.) Friendly counsels. 1901. - - - 17012 
Meyer (George H. vox) The organs of speech. 1892. ill. - 61101 

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MIL 



Meyer (Kuno) and others. The old Highlands, papers. 1908. 92211 
Micah. See Bible. 

Micah Clarke [a romance] ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - 51 D 13 
Michel (Francisque) Inquiry into the Scottish language, illus- 
trating civilisation in Scotland. 1882. .... 91821 
Michelangelo. In Emerson (K. W.) Intellect, 1894. -" - E1E8 
Michelet (Jules) L'oiseau ; [with notes]. 1907. bibl. mem. port. 44841 

- The bird [its habits, etc.] 1895. ill. - 59810 

- Louis XI. et Charles le Temeraire ; [with notes]. 1907. - 44806 
Michelet (Madame) Nature, the poetry of earth and sea. ill. 50421 
Michell (Edward B.) Boxing. 1897. ill. - 79613 
Microbes. See Bacteria. 

Microscopy. For list of related subjects, see Biology. 

- Guyer (M. F.) Animal micrology. 1907. ill. - - - 57801 
Middle age. Bell (Lady) Some difficulties incidental to middle 

age. In her Minor moralist. 1903. .... 17017 
Middle ages. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Munro(D. C.) History of the middle ages. 1903. bibl. ill. maps. 91016 
Middlemarch, a study of provincial life ; by George Eliot. - 22 E 7 
Middlesex. Harper (C. G.) Rural nooks round London. 1907. ill. 91721 
Middleton (G. A. T.) Building materials. 1905. ill. - - 69101 
Middleton, Thomas. In Swinburne (A. C. ) Age of Shakespeare. 82524 
Mifflin (Lloyd) The fleeing nymph, and other verse. 1905. - 101 M 

Mighty atom ; by Marie Corelli. 89 C 7 

Mighty deep, and what we know of it ; by A. Giberne. 1902. ill. 55119 

Mignet (F. A.) The French revolution, 1789-1814. 1883. - 93206 

Milan. Sismondi (J. C. L. S. de) Marignan; [with notes]. 1908. 44845 

"Conquete et perte du Milanais." 

Mildred Arkell, a novel; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76 W 25 

Miles (Alfred H.) and others. New standard elocutionist. - 80806 

Miles (Eustace H.) Life after life. 1907. .... 23703 

- The power of concentration. 1907. 13105 

Miles Wallingford ; by J. F. Cooper. 86 C 7 

"A sequel to 'Afloat and ashore,'" 86C13. 

Military art and science. See Army. 

Militia. For list of related subjects, see Army. 

- Coulton (G. G.) A strong army in a free state. - - - 35507 

11 A study of the old English and modern Swiss militias." 

Milk. Jensen (C. O.) Essentials of milk hygiene, ill. - - 61405 

Mill (James) Elements of political economy. 1826. - - 33005 

Mill (John Stuart) On liberty. 1901. 32301 

- Principles of political economy. 33002 

- A system of logic. 16001 

Mill, John S. Douglas (C. M.) J. S. Mill, a study. 1895. - 19203 

- In Morley (Viscount) Critical miscellanies, v. 3-4. 1904-8. E5M4-5 

3. Death of Mr. Mill. Mr. Mill s Autobiography. 4. John Stuart Mill, 
an anniversary. 

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Mill. John S. Ritchie (D. G.) Principles of state interference, 

political philosophy of J. S. Mill. 1902. - - - 32302 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 

Mill on the Floss ; by George Eliot. 22 E 5 

MiUais, Sir John E. , Life and letters ; by his son. 1905. port. ill. M311 
Millar (Frederick) joint-author. See Rogers (F.) 

Millar (W, J.) The Clyde from its source to the sea. 1888. ill, 92311 
Millennium. For related subjects, see Future state. 

- Russell (C. T.) Millennial dawn. 1906. v. 1. plan. - - 23601 
Miller (Mrs. Florence F.) Harriet Martineau [a biography]. M061 
Miller (Hugh) Cruise of the Betsey. Rambles of a geologist. 1897. 55402 

- Essays, historical, biographical, political [etc.] 1890. - - E7M1 

- Footprints of the Creator [fossils], mem. ill. - - - 56002 

- The old red sandstone [geological sketches]. 1892. ill. - 55117 

- The testimony of the rocks. 1857. *'//. 55002 

Miller, Hugh. Leask (W. K.) Hugh Miller [a biography]. - M161 
Miller (James R.) Best things in life [Christian life]. 1907. - 24803 

- Finding the way [Christian life]. 1904. 17104 

- The story of Joseph. 1901. 22303 

Miller (Robert) Knox and the Town Council of Edinburgh. 1898. K022 
Miller (W.) Greek life in town and country. 1905. ill. - 93818 

Miller (William) The Balkans [a history]. 1899. ill. map. - 93902 

- Mediaeval Rome, 1073-1600. 1901. ill. map. - - - 93602 
Millet, Jean F. Staley (E.) Millet [his life and work]. 1903. ill. M341 
Millicent Kendrick [a story] ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81 W 14 
Millix (George F.) Social horizon [socialism]. 1S97. - - 33504 

- The village problem. 1903. ------- 33111 

Millinery. Ortner (J.) Practical millinery. 1897. ill - - 64604 

Millionaire mystery ; by F. Hume. 103 H 2 

Milmax (Henry H.) History of Latin Christianity. 9 v. port. 27003-11 

- The history of the Jews. ^1883. 3 v. 29603-5 

Milne (John) Earthquakes, and other earth movements, ill. - 55109 

- Seismology. 189S. ill. 55116 

Milne (R. M.) joint -author. See Jackson (C. S.) 

Milner (George) Country pleasures, chronicle of a year. 1893. 50420 

Milton (John) Poetical works, v. 2-3. 502-3 M 

Another edition ; ed. by D. Masson. 1907. - - - - 504M 

- Prose works ; ed. by J. A. St. John. 5 v. port. - - - 82830-4 

1. Defence of the people of England. Second defence. Eikonoklastes. 
2. The tenure of kings and magistrates. Areopagitica. Way to establish a 
free commonwealth. Observations on the Articles of peace. Letters of 
state. A manifesto of the Lord Protector. Of reformation in England. 
The reason of church government urged against prelaty. Civil power in 
ecclesiastical causes. 3. Means to remove hirelings out of the church. 
Animadversions upon the Remonstrant's Defence against Smectymnuus. 
An apology for Smectymnuus. The doctrine and discipline of divorce. The 
judgment of Martin Bucer concerning divorce. Tetrachordon, man- 
or, nullities in marriage. Colasterion. Familiar letters. 4. Christian 
doctrine. 5. Christian doctrine [concl.] The history of Britain [to 1066]. 
History of Moscovia. Accedence commenced grammar [Latin]. Index. [Etc.] 

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MlLTON (John) Areopagitica, unlicensed printing. In Famous 

pamphlets. E8M1 

Milton, John. In Coleridge (S. T.) Lectures. - - - 82507 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 4, 10. 1897. 

4. Life of Milton, 99902. 10. On Milton. E2D1. 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Natural history of intellect. 1894. - E1E8 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - - 82218 

- In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 1. 1781. - - - 99924 

- In Lowell (J. R.) English poets. 82206 

- In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. E1M1 

- Maurice (F. D. ) Milton ; Milton considered as a schoolmaster. 

In his Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. - E6M1 

- Pattison (M.) Milton [his life and work]. 1906. - - - M321 

- Wood(G. A.) The Miltonic ideal. In Historical essays. 1907. 90409 
Minchmoor. In Brown (J.) Horae subsecivas, v. 3. 1S97. - E1B4 
Mind. See Psychology. 

Mind and body. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Bain (A.) Mind and body, theories of their relation. 1900. - 13103 

- Taylor (I.) Mind in form. In his Civilization [etc.] - - E1T1 

- See also Brain. Coincidence. Concentration. Dreams. Expression. 

Folly. Ghosts. Hypnotism. Illusions. Oracles. Palmistry. 
Psychical research. Second sight. Sleep. Spiritualism. Super- 
natural. Superstition. Whims. 
Minden. In Fitchett (W. H.) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. 91411 
Mineralogy. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 7-8. 1906. ill. 03209-10 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Mineralogie. In his Sammtliche Werke, v. 6. 83834 
Miner's right, a tale ; by Rolf Bolclrewood. 2 copies. - - 71B5 
Miniatures. For list of related subjects, see Painting. 

- Williamson (G. C. ) How to identify portrait miniatures, bibl. 75701 

"With chapters on how to paint miniatures ; by A. Williams." 
Mining. Cochrane (C. H.) In the bowels of the earth. In his 

Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. - 67002 

- Wall (W. W.) How to speculate in mines. 1901. - - - 33202 

- See also Coal. 

Minion of the moon, a romance ; by T. W. Speight. - - - 95 SI 
Ministers. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Rae ( J. J.)ed. The ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. 92401 

Minister's wooing ; by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. 128 S3 

Ministry. Hall(R.) Discouragements and supports of the Chris- 
tian minister. In his Works, v. 1. 1832. - - - 20806 

- See also Priesthood. 

Minnesingers. For list of related subjects, see Poetry, Collections. 

- Pfaff (F.) [He?*ausg.] Der Minnesang des 12. bis 14. Jahr- 

hunderts. 2 v. ill. 83106-7 

Minor moralist, conduct ; by Lady Bell. 1903. - - - 17017 

Minstrelsy. See Ballads. 

Minto (William) Daniel Defoe [his life and work]. 1902. - D241 

229 



MIR GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Mirabeau, Honore G. R., comte de. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 5. E2C9 

- Warwick (C. F.) Mirabeau and the French revolution. 1905. ill. M101 
Miracle-plays. Hone(W.) Ancient mysteries described. 1823. ill. 82518 
Miracles. For lists of related subjects, see Bible. Jesus Christ. 

- Campbell (G.) A dissertation on miracles. 1823. - - - 22706 

- De Quincey (T.) Miracles as subjects of testimony. In his 

Collected writings, v. 8. - - 10401 

- Sunderland (J. T. ) Miracles and modern knowledge. In 

What do Unitarians believe ? 1906. .... 28801 

- Tyndall (J.) Miracles and special providences. In his Frag- 

ments of science, v. 2. 1902. 50410 

- Wallace (A. R.) Miracles and modern Spiritualism. 1875. - 13303 
Miranda of the balcony, a story ; by A. E. W. Mason. - - 59 M 3 
Mirror of Kong Ho ; by E. Bramah. - - . - - 84 Bl 
Miserables ; par V. Hugo ; with notes. 1903. - - - 44827 
Miserables [a novel] ; by V. Hugo. - - 102H3 

Miss Angel ; by Lady Pvitchie. 37R4 

Miss Baxter's bequest ; by A. S. Swan. - ... 147S26 

Miss Bellard's inspiration, a novel ; by W. D. Howells. - - 97H2 

Miss Cheyne of Essilmont [a novel] ; by J. Grant. - - - 51 G 5 

Miss Misanthrope [a story] ; by J. McCarthy. - 4M5 

Miss or Mrs. ? and other stories ; by \V. YYilkie Collins. - - 74 C 6 

Miss Quillet [a novel] ; by S. Baring Gould. .... 43G3 

Mission, or, scenes in Africa ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - 52M23 

Missioner's manual of anecdotes ; ed. by A. <;. Jackson. - - 24404 
Missions. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Edwards (E. H.) Fire and sword in Shansi. 1907. ill. 27803 

" Story of the martyrdom of foreigners and Chinese Christians [POO]." 

- Gibson (J. C.) Mission problems and methods in S. China. 1901. 27801 

- Grenfell (W. T.) Off the rocks, lisherfolk of Labrador, ill. - 27901 

- In Hall (R.) Works, v. 1. 1832. - .... 20806 

An address to the Rev. E. Carey on his designation as a Christian 
missionary to India. 

- Irving (E. ) Missionaries after the apostolical school. In his 

Writings, v. 1. 1864. 20801 

- Lock (W.) and others. Church and Empire, essays. 1907. - 27401 

The vocation of the Anglo-Saxon race and England's responsibility; by 
G. H. S. Walpole. The Church and national life ; by J. H. J. Ellison. Our 
Indian Empire ; bv G. A. Lefroy. The claims of the Indian Empire on the 
Church ; bv A. M. Knight. Canada ; by L. X. Tucker and E. A. Welch. New- 
Zealand ; by If. U. Neligan. West Indies; by E. Nuttall and T. P. George. 
South Africa ; by W. T. Gaul. [Etc.] 

- Mackintosh (C. W.) Coillard of the Zambesi. 1907. hibl. ill. map. C121 

- Paton (Mrs. M. W.) Letters and sketches from New Hebrides. 27902 

Mistaken ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 28 

Mistakes. See Blunders. 

Mr. Dooley in peace and war ; by [F. P. Dunne]. 1906. - - 81702 
Mr. Isaacs, a tale of modern India ; by F. M. Crawford. - - 113 C 9 

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Mr. Midshipman Ecasy ; by Captain F. Marryat. - - - 52M11 

Mr. Montmorency's money ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81 W 15 
Mr. Schnackenberger ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 12. 29 Dl 

Mr. Stranger's sealed packet ; by H. MacColl. - 141 Ml 

Mr. Verdant Green ; by Cuthbert Bede. 37 B 2 

Mistress and maid ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. 107 CI 

Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures ; by D. Jerrold. - - - 16 Jl 

Mrs, Dines' jewels, a romance ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 23 

Mrs. Dymond [a story] ; by Lady Ritchie. .... 37R2 

Mrs. Falchion [a novel] ; by Sir G. Parker. .... 8P10 

Mrs. Geoffrey [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - 104H14 

Mrs. Halliburton's troubles ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 76W29 

Mrs. Keith Hamilton, M.B. [a novel]; by A. S. Swan. - - 147S36 

"More experiences of ' Elizabeth Glen,' " 147 S 46. 

Mrs. Lirriper's legacy [stories] ; by C. Dickens and others. - 31 Dl 

Mrs. Lirriper's lodgings [stories] ; by C. Dickens and others. - 31 D 6 

Mrs. Wiggs of the cabbage patch ; by A. H. Rice. 2 copies. - 79 Rl 

Mitchell (Agnes C.) The spinning of fate. - 62M1 

Mitchell (Alex. F.) Catechisms of second reformation. 1886. 23804 

- The Scottish reformation. 1900. mem. port. - - - 27502 
Mitchell (Chas. F. and Geo. A. ) Brickwork and masonry. 1908. ill. 69302 

- Building construction, elementary. 1906. ill. plans. - - 69002 

- Building construction, advanced. 1906. ill. plans. - - 69003 

- Carpentry workshop practice. 1904. ill. .... 69403 
Mitchell (D. G.) Life of Robert Rainy, D.D. [1907]. ill. - R091 
Mitchell (Dugald) Tarbert, past and present. 1886. ill. - 91905 
Mitchell (Edmund) The temple of death. - 130 Ml 
Mitchell (Fredk. S.) Gilding, bronzing, and lacquering, ill. • 69803 
Mitchell (JoilnO. ) Burns and his times as gathered from his poems. B191 

- Savonarola. In The reformers. 1885. 99812 

Mitchell (Kate) The drink question. 1896. - 17801 

Mitchell (Silas Weir) Dr. North and his friends. - - - 95 Ml 
Mitchell (Victor) Destruction of churches and religious houses 

in Aberdeen. 1899. ill. 92101 

Mitchell (W.) Structure and growth of the mind. 1907. - 15002 

Mitford (Bertram) The gun-runner, a tale of Zululand. - - 96M2 

- The king's assegai, a Matabili story. 96 M 3 

- The red derelict. 96 Ml 

Mitford (Mary R.) Oar village [country sketches]. - - - 97M1 

Mitra(S. M.) Indian problems. 1908. 94715 

Mivart (St George) Types of animal life. 1894. ill. - - 59602 

Moby Dick, or, the white whale; by H. Melville. - - - 80 Ml 

Modelling. Ganz (H. F. W.) Modelling, design [etc.] 1908. ill. 74003 

Modern Dick Whittington ; by J. Payn. 18 P 5 

Modern humanists, sociological studies ; by J. M. Robertson. - 99803 

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MOD GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Modern utopia ; by H. G. Wells. 1905. ill. .... 30108 

A sequel to " Mankind in the making," 30101. 

Modernism and romance [in literature] ; by R. A. S. James. 1908. 80401 

Moffat (Alfred) ed. The minstrelsy of Ireland, songs, fo. mus. 78407 

- The minstrelsy of Scotland, songs, mus. .... 78420 

- The minstrelsy of the Scottish Highlands. [1907]. mus. - 78406 
Moffatt (James) and others. Creed revision in Scotland. 1907. 23806 
Mohammedanism. For list of other religions, see Religions. 

- Carlyle (T. ) Mahomet, Islam. In his Heroes, hero-worship. E2C4 

- Halil Halid. The crescent versus the cross. 1907. - - 29701 

- Irving (W.) Life of Mahomet. The successors of Mahomet. - 99802 

- Muir (Sir W.) The life of Mahomet. 1894. ill. maps, plans. M081 

- Oman (J. C.) Brahmans, theists, and Muslims of India. 1907. ill. 94714 

- Renan (E.) Islamism and science. In his Studies. - - - E1R1 

- Tisdall (W. St. C.) The religion of the crescent. 1906.- - 29702 
Mohl, Julius. ircMuller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1898. - - E2M2 
Moliere (Jean B. P.) L'avare, comedie ; [with notes]. - - 44846 

- Choix des meilleures scenes, mem. 601 M 

Moliere, Jean B. P. In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes. - 84001 
Mollusks. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Kew (H. W.) The dispersal of shells. 1893. ill. ■ - 59401 
Molly bawn [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - 104H11 
Molmenti (Pompeo) Venice in the middle ages. 1906. 2 v. ill. 93706-7 
Moltke (Helmuth, Count von) The Franco-German war of 

1870-1. 1907. map. 93114 

Moltke, H., Count von. Dressier (F. A.) Moltke in his home. 1907. M051 

- Forbes (A.) Moltke before Metz. In his Memories. 1896. - 90412 
Monasteries. Froude (J. A.) Dissolution of the monasteries. 

In his Short studies on great subjects, v. 1. 190.*>. - - E1F1 

Monastery ; by Sir W. Scott. - - - - - - 35 S 13 

Monasticism. Hannay (J. O.) The spirit and origin of Christian 

monasticism. 1903. bibl. 27104 

- See also Benedictines. Jesuitism. Nuns. 

Monckton (C. C. F.) Radio-telegraphy. 1908. ill.- - 65405 

Moncrieff (Ascott R. H.) Highlands of Scotland. 1906. ill. 92209 

- The Peak country [Derbyshire]. 1908. col. ill. - - 91731 
Moncrieff (Sir Hexry W.) The Free Church principle, its 

character and history. 1883. 28504 

Money. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Avebury (Lord) History of coins and currency. 1903. ill. - 33211 

- Carnegie ( A. ) A B C of money. In his Empire of business. 1903. 33014 

- Carpenter (E.) Modern money-lending and the meaning of 

dividends. In his England's ideal. 1902. - - - 30401 

- Easton (H. T.) Money, exchange, and banking. - - - 33214 

- Jevons (W. S.) Money and the mechanism of exchange. 1903. 33204 

- Price (L. L.) Money and its relations to prices. 1900. - - 33205 

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Money. Stuart (W.) Currency. In hie Studies in economics. 

1896. 33006 

- Temple (Sir R. C. ) Anthropology, evolution of currency and 

coinage. In Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - 50702 

- Walker (F. A.) Money. 1891. 33210 

- See also Coins and medals. Exchange. Interest. Stock exchange. 
Moni der Geissbub ; von J. Spyri ; with a vocabulary. 1904. - 43825 
'Monitor.' In Higginson (F. J.) Naval battles. 1906. - - 90403 
Monk (James H.) Bp. The life of Richard Bentley. 1833. 2 v. B202-3 
Monroe, James [a biography] ; by D. C. Gilman. 1898. - - M301 

Monsieur Violet ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M17 

Mont Blanc. Mathews (C. E. ) Annals of Mont Blanc. 1898. ill. 91034 
Montague (C. E.) joint -author. See Ward (Mrs. Humphry). 

Montague (E. R.) Tales from the Talmud. 1906. - - - 29606 

Montaigne (Michel E. de) Essayes ; trans, by J. Florio. - E3M1 

MontaignejMichelE.de. Carlyle (T.) Montaigne [etc.] 1897. - E2C12 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Representative men. 1899. - - - E1E9 

- In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes, v. 2. 1900. libl. mem. 84002 
Monte Cristo, Episodes from [French text] ; par A. Dumas ; notes. 44834 

"Le Chateau d'If." 

Monte Cristo, Count of ; by A. Dumas. 2 copies. - - 58 D 3 
Monteith (R.) ed. Collection of epitaphs and monumental 

inscriptions chiefly in Scotland. 1834. .... 99915 

Montenegro. In Miller (W.) The Balkans. 1899. ill. map. - 93902 
Monterey. Stevenson (R. L.) The old Pacific capital. In his 

Across the plains, with other essays. 1905. - - - E5S1 
Montesquieu, Charles de S. , baron de. Collins (J. C. ) Montesquieu 

in England. 1908. port. V - - - - - - 99929 

- In Merlet (G.)et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes, v. 2. 1900. bibl. mem. 84002 
Monteverde (R. D.) Pitman's Commercial correspondence in 

Spanish. 1907. 65004 

Montezuma's daughter; by H. Rider Haggard. - 3H10 

Montresor (Frances F.) The alien, a story. .... 105M1 

- Into the highways and hedges. ...... 105 M 2 

Montreux [a description] ; by F. Gribble. 1908. col. ill. - - 93503 

Montrigone. Butler (S.) Sanctuary of Montrigone. In Essays. E10B1 

Moody (Dwight L. ) Anecdotes, incidents, and illustrations [for 

preaching]. 25103 

Moon. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Fauth (P.) The moon in modern astronomy. [1907]. ill. - 52311 
Moonstone, a romance ; by W. Wilkie Collins. - - - 74 C 7 
Moore (A.) Christian doctrine of God. In Lux mundi. 1895. 23004 
Moore (Frank F.) The fatal gift. 106M6 

- A gray eye or so. - 106 M5 

- The Jessamy bride. - - - 106 M 4 

- The White Causeway. 106 M 2 

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Moore, George. Bosanquet (B.) Two philanthropists. In Essays. E3B1 

Moore (George) Modern painting [essays]. 1893. - - - 75905 
Moore. Sir John, Gen. Mayne (C. B.) Moore. In From Cromwell 

to Wellington. 1907. port, plans. .... 99610 
Moore (John M. ) Three aspects of the late Lord Tennyson. 1901. 82401 
Moore (Thomas) Life, letters, and journals of Lord Byron, ill. B072 
Another edition. In Byron (Lord) Works, v. 1-6. 1832-4. B073-8 

- Poetry; ed. by C. L. Falkiner. 1903. 301M 

Moore, Thomas. Gwynn (S. L.) Moore [his life and work]. - M331 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82107 
Moore (Thomas) Practical smithing and forging. 1906. ill. - 68201 
Moral philosophy. See Ethics. 

Morals of Marcus Ordeyne, a novel; by W. J. Locke. - - 50L2 

More, Hannah, Recollections of ; by T. De Quincey. In Writings. 82802 

More (Sir Thomas) Utopia, mem. 32008 

More, Sir Thomas. In Lee (S.) Great Englishmen. 1907. bibl. port. 99608 

More tramps abroad ; by Mark Twain. 52T2 

Morea. See Greece. 

Moreill (William R.) Poland [a history]. 1900. ill. map. - 92902 

- Russia [a history]. 1904. ill. map. 94001 

Morgan (Bex. H.) joint-author. See Xorris (W. ) 

Morgan (George Campbell) The practice of prayer. 1906. - 24804 
Morgan (J. L. R.) Physical chemistry for electrical engineers. 53705 
Morgan (Thomas H.) Experimental zoology. 1907. ill.- - 59030 
Morgann (Maurice) Essay on the dramatic character of Sir John 

Falstaff, 1777. In Eighteenth century essays. 1903. - 82504 
Morison, James. Adamson (W.) Life of Morison, D.D. bibl. port. M091 
Morlson (James C.) Gibbon [his life and work]. 1902. - - G231 
Morison (Robert C. H.) ed. Chambers's Elocution. 1906. - 80805 
Morison (Wm.) Johnston of Warriston [a biography]. 1901. - J061 
Morley (George) A bunch of blue ribbons. .... H2M1 
Morley (Henry) A first sketch of English literature. 1904. - 82006 

- The life of Girolamo Cardano. 1854. 2 v. - - - - C 301-2 
Morley (John, Viscount) Critical miscellanies. 1904-8. 4 v. E5M2-5 

1. Robespierre. Carl vie. Byron. Macaulay. Emerson. 2. Vauve- 
nargues. Turgot. Condorcet. Joseph de Maistre. 3. On popular culture. 
Death of Mr. Mill. Mr. Mill's Autobiography. George Eliot. Pattison's 
Memoirs. Harriet Martineau. TV. R. Greg.' France in the eighteenth 
century. [Seeley's] Expansion of England. Auguste Comte. 4- Machia- 
velli. Guicciardini. A new calendar of great men [ed. by F. Harrison]. 
John Stuart Mill. Lecky on Democracy. A historical romance [Theophano, 
by F. Harrison]. Democracy and reaction. 

- Diderot and the encyclopaedists. 1886. 2 v.- - - - D081-2 

- The life of Richard Cobden. 1905. C221 

- The life of William Ewart Gladstone. 1903. 3 v. ill. - - G131-3 

- Oliver Cromwell [a biography]. 1900. ill. - C051 

- On compromise. 1S98. 17108 

- Kousseau [a biography]. 1S86-1900. 2 v. - - - - R061-2 

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Morley (John, Viscount) Studies in literature. 1904. - - E5M1 

- Voltaire [a biography]. 1900. - - - V021 

- Walpole [a biography]. 1906. W061 

Morocco. Pleydell (K. M.) Sketches of life in Morocco. 1907. 95603 
M orris (George L. ) and Wood (E. ) The country cottage. 1906. iU. 72802 

Morris, Gouverneur [a biography] ; by T. Roosevelt. 1888. - M251 

Morris (J.) Makers of Japan. 1906. ill. .... 99620 

Morris (Sir Lewis) [Poetical] Works. 1904. port. - - 401 M 

Morris (Richard) Elementary historical English grammar. - 42505 

- English grammar. 1901. - - 42501 

- Historical outlines of English accidence. 1903. - - - 42506 

- and Bowen (H. C.) English grammar exercises. 1897. - - 42502 

- ed. Specimens of early English ; with notes. 1867. - - 42703 
Morris (William) Architecture, industry, and wealth. 1902. 70403 

- The defence of Guenevere, and other poems. 1904. ill. - 801 M 

- The earthly paradise, a poem. 1905. 802 M 

- News from nowhere, a Utopian romance. .... 115 Ml 
Morris, William. 7?z Brooke (S. A.) A study of Clough[etc] 1908. 82420 

- Mackail (J. W.) The life of William Morris. 1901. 2 v. port, ill. M071-2 
Morris (William M.) British violin-makers. 1904. port. ill. 78701 
Morrison (George H.) Flood-tide [sermons]. 1906. - - 25226 

- The unlighted lustre, addresses. 1906. 25228 

Morrison (William D.) Crime and its causes. 1902. - - 34301 

- The Jews under Roman rule. 1896. ill. map. - - - 29602 
Morse (John T.) Benjamin Franklin [a biography]. 1889. F032 

- John Adams [a biography]. 1884. A141 

- John Quincy Adams [a biography]. 1898. .... A131 

- Thomas Jefferson [a biography]. 1898. J 081 

Morselli (Henry) Suicide, an essay. 1899. maps. - - 17901 

Morten (Honnor) ed. A complete system of nursing. 1898. - 61008 
Mortgages. Wolff (H. W.) Co-operative morgage-credit. In his 

Co-operative banking. 1907. 33405 

Mortimer, Mrs. Favell L., Author of * The peep of day ' ; by Mrs. 

F. B. Meyer, port. ill. - - - - - - - M021 

Moscow, a story of the French invasion of 1812 ; by F. Whishaw. 46 Wl 

Moses. Waller (C. H.) Moses and the prophets. 1907. - - 22307 

A criticism of the writings of Professor Driver. 

Moses (Bernard) S. America on the eve of emancipation. 1908. 97802 

Mosses from an old manse [stories] ; by N. Hawthorne. - - 41 H 12 

Mother earth [land question] ; by M. Fordham. 1908. - - 33306 
Mothers. Bell (Lady) The relation between mothers and 

daughters. In her Minor moralist. 1903. - - - 17017 

Mother's holiday ; by John Strange Winter. - 70W1 

Mothers' manual [children] ; by E. L. Coolidge. 1905. - - 64901 
Mothers' meetings. For related subjects, see Theology, Pastoral. 

- Campbell (M. M.) My very, very own, mothers' meetings. - 25601 

235 



MOT GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Mother's recompense; by G. Aguilar. - - - 12A5 

"Sequel to ' Home influence,' " 12 Al. 

Moths. Newman (E.) British butterflies and moths, ill. - 59507 

Motley (John L. ) Life and death of John of Barneveld. 2 v. ill. B221-2 

- The rise of the Dutch Republic [1555-84]. 1899. 2 v. - - 93002-3 

- The United Netherlands [1584-1609]. 1901-2. 4 v. ill. - 93005-8 
Motor-cars. For lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Law. 

- Cochrane (C. H. ) The evolution in vehicles and roadways. 

In his Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. - - 67002 

- Northcliffe (Lord) and others. Motors, motor-driving. 1904. 62201 

- Sandbach (J. B.) The law of motor cars. 1907. - - - 62203 

- Young (A. B. Filson) The happy motorist, 1906. - - 62206 

- See also Magneto. 

Motteau (A.) Esperanto-English dictionary. 1907. - 40803 

Moule (Handley C. G.) Bp. The high priestly prayer. 1907.- 22709 

"A devotional commentary on the seventeenth chapter of St. John." 
Moulton (W. F.) and others. The citizen of to-morrow. 1906. 30403 
"Mountain, moor, and loch," the West Highland Railway. 1895. ill. 92212 
Mountaineering. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Dent (C. T.) and others. Mountaineering. 1900. ill.- - 79612 
Muckley (William J.) Manual of artistic anatomy. 1902. ill. 74301 
Mugby Junction [stories] ; by C. Dickens and others. - - 31 D 5 
Muir (Matthew M. P. ) Alchemy and beginnings of chemistry, ill. 54001 

- The story of the chenlical elements. 1901. .... 54101 

- The wanderings of atoms, especially carbon. 1899. - - 54102 
Muir (Sir William) The life of Mahomet. 1894. HI. maps, plans. M081 
Muirhead (James P.) The life of James Watt. 1859. ill. - W032 
Mullens (J.) Religious aspects of Hindu philosophy. 1860. - 29402 
Muller (August) Hebrew syntax ; ed. by J. Robertson. 1894. 49202 
Muller (Friedrich Max) Anthropological religion. 1892. - 20407 

- Chips from a German workshop. 1898. 4 v. ill. - E2M1-4 

1. Ninth International Congress of Orientalists, address. What to do 
with our old people. Antiquity of Oriental literature. Defence of lectures. 
Lessons of antiquity. Classification of mankind by language or by blood. 
Freedom [academic]. Goethe and Carlyle. Correspondence between Schiller 
and the Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. Andrea del Sarto's Carita. Buddhist 
charity. Proper use of Holy Scriptures. 2. Rajah Rammohun Roy. Keshub 
Chunder Sen. Bunyiu Nanjio. Colebrooke. Julius Mohl. Bunsen. Charles 
Kingsley. Wilhelm Muller. Short memorial notices. 3. Life of Schiller. 
Stratification of language. The chronology of language. Comparative phil- 
ology as a branch of classical study. Results of the science of language. 
Spelling. German literature. The language and poetry of Schleswig-Holstein. 
Joinville. 4. Comparative mythology. Philosophy of mythology. False 
analogies in comparative mythology. Solar myths. Lunar myths. Lesson 
of ' Jupiter.' Migration of fables. ^Popular tales from the Norse. [Etc.] 

- Introduction to the science of religion. 1899. - - - 20402 

- Lectures on the origin and growth of religion. 1898. - - 20401 

- Natural religion. 1889. - - - 20405 

- Physical religion. 1891. - - - 20406 

- The science of language. 1899. 2 v. ill. - - - 41001-2 

236 



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Muller (Frieortch Max) The six systems of Indian philosophy. 

1899. - 18101 

Muller, Geo. Pierson (A. T.) Ceo. Miiller of Bristol. 1899. port. ill. Mill 

Muller (J. P.) My system [physical education]. 1905. port. ill. 61306 

Muller, Wilhelm. In Muller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1898. - E2M2 

Mullins (E. R.) A primer of sculpture. 1889. ill. - - 73101 

Mumby(FraskA.) ed. Letters of literary men [1535-1900]. 2 v. 82713-4 

Mundy (Randal) A primer of biology and nature study. 1907. 57002 

Munera pulveris, political economy ; by J. Ruskin. 1894. - 33011 
Municipal government. See Local government. 

Munro (Dana C.) A history of the middle ages. 1903. ill. maps. 91016 

Munro, Donald. In MacCowan (R.) The men of Skye. 1902. - 99808 

Munro (John) The story of electricity. 1905. ill. - - - 53701 

- The story of the British race. maps. 57201 

- and Jamieson (A.) Electrical rules and tables. 1907. ill. - 62407 
Mcnro (Neil) Children of tempest, a tale of the outer isles. - 124M1 

- The daft days. 124M7 

- Doom Castle, a romance. 124M4 

- Gilian the dreamer, his fancy, love, and adventure. - - 124M6 

- John Splendid, the tale of a poor gentleman. - 124M3 

- The lost pibroch, and other sheiling stories. ... - 124 M 2 

- The shoes of fortune. - 124 M 5 

- The Vital Spark and her queer crew. 124 M 8 

Munro (Robert) Prehistoric Scotland and its place in European 

civilisation. 1899. ill. 91804 

- Schleiermacher, personal, speculative. 1903. - - - S191 
Munros. Mackenzie (A. ) History of the Munros of Fowlis. 1898. M 121 
Mural decoration. For list of related subjects, see Decoration. 

- Ganz (H. F. W.) Modelling and mural decoration. 1908. ill. 74003 
Murder. De Quincey (T. ) On murder considered as one of the 

fine arts. In his Collected writings, v. 13. - - - 82801 

Murdoch (W. G. Blaikie) The spirit of Jacobite loyalty. 1907. 91840 

- The work of Arthur Symons, an appreciation. - - - 82412 
Murdock, William. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention. 1905. - 99712 
Murillo, Bartolome E., a biography; by A. F. Calvert. 1907. M241 
Murison (Alex. F.) King Robert the Bruce [a biography]. - B012 
Murray (C. J.) joint-author. See Clarke (G. H.) 

Murray (David) Japan [a history]. 1904. ill. maps. - - 95301 
Murray (David) The taxation of land values and the report of 

the select committee on the Glasgow bill. 1907. - - 33604 

Murray (David C.) Despair's last journey. .... 126M1 

- This little world. - - - - 126 M 2 

- Time's revenges. 126 M 3 

- Verona's father. 126 M 4 

Murray (Gilbert) Attic sentence-construction. 1898. - - 48801 

Mus^eus (Johann K. A.) Tales; trans, by T. Carlyle. - - 128M1 

237 



MUS GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Muscles. For list of related subjects, see Physiology. 

- Rosenthal (I.) Physiology of muscles and nerves. 1895. ill. 61201 
Music. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- In Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893. - - - E2A3 

- Brown (R.) Elements of musical science. 1860. mus. - - 78102 

- Buck (D. ) Musical pronouncing dictionary. .... 78012 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-4. 1905. ill. - - 03203-6 

- Crowest (F. J.) The story of music. 1902. ill. - - - 78001 

- Oilman (L.) The music of to-morrow, and other studies. 1907. 78010 

- Glyn (M. H. ) The rhythmic conception of music. 1907. - 78013 

- Helmholtz (H. L. F.) The sensations of tone. 1875. - - 78101 

"Asa physiological basis for the theory of music." 

- Henderson (W. J.) What is good music ? 1901. mus. - - 78014 

- Klein (H.) Thirty years of musical life in London. 1903. ill. 78003 

- Naumann (E.) The history of music. 5 v. ill. - - - 78005-9 

- Parry (Sir C.H. H.) Evolution of the art of music. 1901. mus. 78002 

- Patterson (A. W.) Chats with music lovers, bibl. - - - 78004 

- Peterson (F. ) Elements of music, mus. 78112 

The student's handbook of musical knowledge, mus. - - 78113 

- Prout(E.) Musical form. 1893. mus. 78103 

- — Applied forms, a sequel to 'Musical form.' 1895. mus. - 78104 

- Ritter (F. L.) The history of music. 1892. mus. - - - 78011 

- See also Bagpipe. Ballads. Bellringlng. Canon. Counterpoint. 

Fugue. Harmonium. Harmony. Opera. Orchestra. Organ. 
Pianoforte. Singing. Songs. Viola. Violin. Violoncello. 
Music, Church. Terry (R. R.) Catholic church music. 1907. - 78301 

- Turnbull(R.) Musical genius and religion. 1907.- - - 78302 

- Vocal scores : Beethoven (L. van) Mass in C. 4°. - - - 78322 

Gounod (C. F.) Messe solennelle, St. Cecelia. 4°. - - 78307 

Hatton (J. L.) Morning and evening service in E flat. - 78310 

Haydn (J. ) Imperial mass, No. 3, in D. - - - - 78306 

- - Mozart (W. A. C.) Twelfth mass. 4°. 78305 
Prout (E.) Evening service, Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 

in E flat. 78309 

- - Rossini (G. A.) Stabat mater. 4°. 78304 

-- Schubert (F.) Mass in E flat. 78308 

Music, Instrumental, American organ. Anderson (J. S.) ed. 

Favourite transcriptions. 4°. 78623 

Gems from the masters. 4°. 78608 

Selected compositions and arrangements. 4°. - - 78607 

- Pittman (J.) ed. Hommage a Handel. 4°. 78618 

"Choruses from the oratorios arranged for pianoforte, harmonium, 
or American organ." 

Music, Instrumental, Organ. Prout (E.) ed. Arrangements for 

the organ. 2 v. 4°. 78605-6 

- Schott and Co.'s Album of twenty pieces for the organ. 4°. - 78622 

238 



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Music, Instrumental, Pianoforte. Bach (J. S.) Das wohltemperirte 

Klavier [48 preludes and fugues], 2 v. 4°. - -78610-1 

- Beethoven (L. van) Sonatas. ------- 78604 

- Brahms (J.) Oeuvres choisis. - 78603 

- Kleinmichel (R.) and others, ecfe. Overturen-Album. 4 v. 4°. 78612 5 

- Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (F.) Compositions for the pianoforte. 78602 

- Moszkowski (M.) Spanische Tanze. 4°. - - - 78616 

- Rubenstein (A.) Compositions pour piano. 2 v. 4°. - - 78620-1 
Music. Instrumental, Violin. Album operatique pour violon et 

piano. 2 v. 4°. 78703-4 

- Holmes (H. ) ed. Chamber music for violin solo. 4°. - - 78702 
Music, Musical comedies. Vocal scores : Audran (E. ) Lapoupee. 78250 

- Caryll (I.) and Monckton (L.) The orchid, a musical play. - 78249 

- Cellier (A. ) Dorothy, a comedy opera. 4°. - - - - 78204 

- Corri (C. C.) The dandy fifth, "comic opera. 4°. - - - 78255 

- Pelix (H.) The merveilleuses, a comedy opera. 4°. - - 78254 

- German (E.) Merrie England, a comic opera. 4°. - - - 78253 

- Haines (H. E.) The beauty of Bath, a musical play. 4°. - 78252 

- Jones (G.) The gay Gordons. 4°. 78248 

The geisha, a Japanese musical play. 4°. - - - - 78251 

See-See, Chinese comic opera. 1906. 4°. - - - - 78259 

- Kerker (G.) The belle of New York, a musical comedy. 4°. - 78219 

- Lehar (F. ) The merry widow, musical play. 1907. 4°. - 78218 

- Roger (V.) and Monckton (L.) The topsy-turvy hotel. 4°. - 78217 

- Rubens (P. A.) Miss Hook of Holland. 4°. - - - - 78216 

- - Mr. Popple of Ippleton. 4°. 78215 

- Sullivan (Sir A. S.) The beauty stone, a musical drama. 4°. - 78214 

The chieftain, comic opera. 4°. 78245 

Cox and Box, or, the long-lost brothers. 4°. 78213 

The gondoliers, or, the King of Barataria. 4°. - - - 78212 

The grand duke, or, the statutory duel. 4°. 78211 

H.M.S. Pinafore, or, the lass that loved a sailor. 4°. - 78210 

- - Haddon Hall. 4°. 78244 

Iolanthe, or, the peer and the peri. 4°. 78243 

- - The Mikado, or, the town of Titipu. 4°. - 78241 

Patience, or, Bunthorne's bride. 4°. 78240 

The pirates of Penzance, or, the slave of duty. 4°. - - 78239 

Princess Ida, or, Castle Adamant. 4°. ... - 78238 

The rose of Persia, or, the story-teller and the slave. 4°. - 78237 

Ruddigore, or, the witch's curse. 4°. 78236 

The sorcerer, comic opera. 4°. 78235 

- - Trial by jury. 4°. 78234 

Utopia Limited, or, the flowers of progress. 4°. - - 78233 

The yeomen of the guard, or, the merryman and his maid. 4°. 78232 

and German (E.) The emerald isle. 4°. 78231 

- Wagner (R.) The mastersingers of Nuremberg. 4°. - - 78257 

239 



MUS GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES, 

Music, Operas and secular cantatas. Vocal scores : Auber 

(D. F. E. ) Fra Diavolo, opera. 78209 

- Balfe (M. W.) The Bohemian girl, opera. .... 78208 

- Bellini (V.) Norma, opera. 78207 

- Benedict (Sir J.) The lily of Killarney, opera. - - - 78206 

- Cowen (F. H.) The Corsair, a dramatic cantata. - - - 78205 

- Donizetti (G.) Lucia di Lammermoor, opera. .... 78203 

- Elgar (Sir E. W.) The coronation ode. 1902. - - - 78230 

- Flo tow (F. von) Marta, opera. 78229 

- Gounod (C. F. ) Faust, grand opera. 4°. .... 78228 

- Handel (G. F.) Acis and Galatea. 4°. 78227 

- Humperdinck (E.) The pilgrimage to Kevlaar. 4°. - - 78258 

- Meyerbeer (G.) Gli Ugonotti, opera. - - - - - 78226 

- Mozart (W. A.) Don Giovanni, opera. 78225 

- Rossini (G. A.) Guglielmo Tell, opera. ... . 75224 

- Sullivan (Sir A. S.) The golden legend. 73223 

Ivan hoe, a romantic opera. 4\ - - - - - - 78242 

- Verdi (G. F. F.) II trovatore, opera. 78222 

- Wagner (R.) The flying Dutchman, opera. .... 78221 

Lohengrin, opera. 4°. 78241 

Tannhauser. 78246 

- Wallace (W. V.) Maritana, opera. 78220 

Music, Oratorios and sacred cantatas. Vocal scores-. Abt (F.) 

The promised land, a sacred cantata, fo. 78313 

- Beethoven (L. van) The Mount of Olives, oratorio. 4°. - - 78314 

- Campbell (H. A. J.) They that go down to the sea, cantata. - 78303 

- Elgar (Sir E. W.) The apostles, an oratorio. 1903. - - 78315 
The dream of Gerontius. 1900. 78316 

- Handel (G. F. ) Judas Maccabaeus, a sacred oratorio. 4 Q . - 78317 
The Messiah, oratorio. 4°. 78318 

- Haydn (J.) The creation, an oratorio. 4°. - - - 78319 

- Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (F.) Athalie, sacred cantata. 4'. - 78311 

Elijah, an oratorio. 4°. 78320 

Hymn of praise. 4°. - - ' 78312 

Saint Paul, an oratorio. 4°. 78323 

- Sullivan (Sir A. S.) Light of the World. 4°. - - - - 78321 
Music of the future [opera] ; by R. Wagner. 1873. - - 78260 
Musicians. For list of related subjects, see Art, arts, artists. 

- Goodworth (W. G. W.) ed. Musicians of all times. 1907. - 99713 

" A biographical dictionary of composers, xjerformers. and writers on 
music." 

- Hervey (A.) Masters of French music. 1894. port. - - 99703 

Thomas. Gounod. Saint-Saens. Massenet. Bruneau. [Etc.] 

- Streatfeild (R. A.) Masters of Italian music. 1895. port. - 99702 

Verdi. Boito. Mascagni. Puccini. Leoncavallo. [Etc.] 

- Willeby (C.) Masters of English music. 1896. port. - - 99701 

Sullivan. Mackenzie. Cowen. Parry. Stanford. 

240 



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Muslims. See Mohammedanism. 

Musset (Alfred de) Selections [poetical. In French]. In 

Nineteenth century in France, v. 1. 1897- - - - 44839 
Mutsuhito, Emperor of Japan. In Morris (J.) Makers of Japan. 99620 
My brother's keeper [sociology] ; by A. E. Garvie. 1907. - 30109 

My Danish sweetheart ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - - 75 R 35 
My enemy's daughter, a novel; by J. McCarthy. - - - 4M6 
My father [H. Nicoll] 1812-91 ; by W. R. Nicoll. 190S. - - N071 
My garden, and other poems ; by J. Gregory. 1907. - - 501 G 

My Lady Nicotine ; by J. M. Barrie. 24 B 5 

My lady nobody, a novel ; by Maarten Maartens. 2 copies. - 2M2 

My Lady Rotha, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. - - - 44 W 14 

My miscellanies ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 1899. - - - 82840 

" My novel " ; by Lord Lytton. 73L13 

A sequel to "The Caxtons," 73L4. 
My poor relations, stories ; by Maarten Maartens. 2 copies. - 2M1 

My search for truth, and what I found ; by J. Horton. 1902. - 20101 

My shipmate Louise ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - - 75 R 13 

My study windows [essays] ; by J. R. Lowell. - E3L1 
My very, very own, a book for mothers' meetings ; by M. M. 

Campbell. 25801 

My wife and I, or, Harry Henderson's his tory ; by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. 128 S 4 

My young Alcides ; by C. M. Yonge. 5Y16 

Myddelton, Sir Hugh. In Smiles (S.) Lives of engineers, port. 99707 
Myers (Frederic W. H. ) Human personality and its survival 

of bodily death. 1907. - 13403 

Mysteries. See Miracle -plays. 

Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown ; by E. Phillips Oppenheim. - 1102 

Mystery of the ■ Ocean Star ' [etc.] ; by W. Clark Russell. - 75R14 

Mysticism. For lists of related subjects, see Philosophy. Religion. 

- Inge (W. R.) Personal idealism and mysticism. 1907. - - 14102 

- - Studies of English mystics. 1906. 14901 

On the psychology of mysticism. The Ancren riwle and Julian of 
Norwich. Walter Hylton. William Law. The mysticism of Wordsworth. 
The mysticism of Browning. 

- Vaughan (R. A.) Hours with the mystics. 1895. - - - 27301 

- Kingsley (C. ) [Vaughan's] Hours with the mystics. In Essays. E1K5 
Mystifications ; by J. Brown. In his Horse subsecivse, v. 3. 1897. E1B4 
Mythology. For lists of related subjects, see Folk-lore. Religions. 

- Bacon (F.) The wisdom of the ancients. In his Works, v. 6. 19211 

- Carlyle (T.) Scandinavian mythology. In his Heroes. - - E2C4 

- Heine (H.) Gods in exile. In his Prose writings. - - - E2H1 

- Maclagan (R. C.) Scottish myths. 1882. ill. - - - 39818 

- Miiller (F. Max) Mythology. In his Works, v. 8. 1898. - E2M4 

Comparative mythology. Philosophy of mythology. False analogies 
in comparative mythology. Solar myths. Lunar myths. The lesson of 
'Jupiter.' [Etc.] 

241 



MYT GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Mythology. In Pater (W.) Greek studies. 1905. - - - 93817 

A study of Dionysus. The myth of Demeter and Persephone. 

- Ruskin (J.) Queen of the air, Greek myths. 1887. - - 29201 

- Vignoli (T.) Myth and science, an essay. 1898. - - - 29101 

N 
X. (H. R.) Here and there memories. 1896. ... - 82829 

Nada the lily ; by H. "Rider Haggard. 3H11 

Nahum. See Bible. 

Nairne, Carolina Oliphant. Baroness. Henderson (G. ) Lady 

Nairne and her songs, port. ill. ----- N031 

Nameless castle, a novel ; by M. Jokai. 31 J2 

Names, Personal. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Harrison (F.) Palatographs purism. In his Meaning of history, 

and other historical pieces. 1903. 90404 

- Long (H. A.) Personal and family names. 1883. - - 99919 
NANSEN (Peter) Love's trilogy. 19 Nl 

Napier, Macvey. Morley (Viscount) Memorials of a man of 

letters. In his Studies in literature. 1904. - - - E5M1 
Napier (Sir W. F.P.) War in the Peninsula, 1807-14. 6 v. maps. 93407-12 
Napoleon I. Beardsley (E. M.) Napoleon, our last great man. port. N082 

- Browne (A.) Bonaparte in Egypt and Egyptians to-day. 1907. 95713 

- In Emerson (R. YV.) Representative men. 1899. - - - E1E9 

- I?i Historical essays. 1907. maps. 90409 

Xapoleon, the first phase ; by H. S. Wilkinson. The detention of 
Napoleon at St. Helena ; by J. H. R 

- Thackeray (W. M.) The second funeral of Napoleon. 1904. ill. 82804 

- Whately (R.) Historic doubts concerning Napoleon Buona- 

parte. In Famous pamphlets. E8M1 

Napoleon III. Forbes (A.) The Emperor and his Marshal 

[Bazaine]. In his Souvenirs of some continents. 1894. - 90406 

- In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1907. - - - 99502 
Naquet (A.) Collectivism and socialism, liberal. 1895. - - 33512 

Narrenschiff ; von S. Brant, ill. 1801 B 

Nash (Joseph) Mansions of England, olden time. 1906. fo. ill. 91618 
Nasmyth (James) An autobiography ; ed. by S. Smiles, port. ill. N061 

Nasmyth, James. In Smiles (S.) Industrial biography. 1901.- 99716 

Nathan the wise, a dramatic poem ; by G. E. Lessing. ill.- - 301L 

National and social problems ; by F. Harrison. 1908. - - 30413 
National debt. Shaw (W. A.) The beginnings of the national 

debt. In Historical essays. 1907. 90409 

National Gallery, Art of ; by J. de W. Addison. 1905. bill. ill. 70801 
Natural history. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Beaugrand (C. ) Walks abroad of two young naturalists, iff. 59031 

- Buckland (F. T.) Curiosities of natural history. 4 v. ill. - 59023-6 

242 



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Natural history. Darwin (C. ) Journal of researches during the 

voyage of H. M.S. 'Beagle.' 1S45. ... - 50801 

- Drummond (H.) Tropical Africa. 1888. maps. - - - 96102 

- Jefferies (R.) The gamekeeper at home. 1906. ill. - - 79906 

- Jesse (E.) Gleanings in natural history. 1887. - - - 59113 

- Kingsley (C.) Study of natural history, hi his Health [etc.] E1K3 

- Le Souef (W. H. D.) Wild life in Australia, ill. - - - 59117 

- St. John (C. ) Wild sports and natural history, Highlands. 1907. 79940 

- Schillings (C. G.) With flashlight and rifle. 1906. 2 v. ill. 79942-3 

" Hunting adventures and studies in wild life in equatorial east Africa." 

- Stewart (A.) Nether Lochaber. 1883. ----- 92205 

11 Natural history, legends, and folk-lore of the west Highlands." 

- Walwyn (H. W. S.) Pictures from nature's garden. 1907. ill. 59121 

- Watson (J. ) and Winder (B. ) Woodlanclers and field folk. ill. 59115 

" Sketches of wild life in Britain." 

- White (G. ) The natural history of Selborne. ill. - - - 59103 
Natural law in the spiritual world ; by H. Drummond. 1887. - 21503 
Natural philosophy. See Physics. 

Natural selection. See Evolution. 

Natural sources of power [hydraulics, windmills, etc.] ; by R. 

S. Ball. 1908. ill. - - 62704 

Nature. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Avebury (Lord) Beauties of nature. In his Pleasures of life. - E2A3 

- Burroughs (J.) A year in the fields. 1896. ill. - - - 50415 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Essays, v. 2. E1E2 

Nature, addresses and lectures. 1894. .... E1E5 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Zur Naturwissenschaft. hi his Werke, v. 6. 83834 

- Jefferies (R.) Field and hedgerow, essays. 1907. - - - 50414 

- - The life of the fields. 1904. 50406 

Nature near London. 1904. 50407 

- - The open air. 1905. 50408 

Saint Guido. Wild flowers. Sunny Brighton. The modern Thames. 
[Nature] Outside London. [Etc.] 

Round about a great estate. 1894. 50418 

- Macmillan (H.) The ministry of nature. 1902. - - - 50422 

- Michelet (Mme.) Nature, poetry of earth and sea. ill.- - 50421 

- Sharp (W.) Where the forest murmurs. 1906. - - - 50423 

- Smith (W. A.) Benderloch, notes from west Highlands. 18S2. 50404 

- Taylor (I.) The ornamentation of nature. In his Ultimate 

civilization, and other essays. 1860. - - - - E1T1 

- Tyndall (J.) Constitution of nature. In his Fragments, v. 1. 50409 

- Visger (J. A. 0.) and Jordan (D.) From spring to fall. 1894. 50405 

- Ward (J. J.) Nature biographies, plant, insect [etc.] ill. - 50419 

- Woodland, moor, and stream. 1896. 50416 

- See also Country life. 

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- Jackman (W. S.) Nature study for grammar grades. 1903. - 37205 

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- Mundy (R.) A primer of biology and nature study. 1907. ill. 57002 
Nature's carol singers [birds] ; by R. Kearton. 1906. ill. - 59804 
Naulahka, a story; by R. Kipling and W. Balestier. - - 29 Kl 
Naumann (Emil) The history of music. 5 v. ill. - - - 78005-9 
Naval architecture. See Shipbuilding. 

Naval biography. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Callender (G. A. R.) Sea kings of Britain. 1907. maps, plans. 99605 

Drake. Howard. Blake. [Etc.] 

- Froude (J. A.) England's forgotten worthies [sixteenth century 

seamen]. In his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - - - E1F1 

- Laugh ton (Sir J. K.) and others. Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

Howard; by Sir J. K. Laughton. Drake; by Sir F. G. D. Bedford. 
Blake ; by M. Burrows. Rookc ; by C. C. P. Fitzgerald. Anson ; by A. H. 
Markham. Hawke ; Boscawen ; by Sir E. R. Freraantle. Rodney ; by Sir 
R. V. Hamilton. Howe ; by T. S. Jackson. Hood ; by Sir R. V. Hamilton. 
St. Vincent ; Nelson ; by P. H. Colomb. 

- Stevenson (R. L.) The English admirals. In Ins Virginibus 

puerisque, and other papers. 1906. - - - E5S2 

Navigation. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Nicholls (A. E. ) Concise guide to Board of Trade examinations. 

1906. ill. - - 52701 

- See also Seamanship. Signals. Steam navigation. 
Navy. For list of related subjects, see Government. 

- Bridge (Sir C.) The art of naval warfare. 1907. - - - 35903 

- Bullen (F. T.) What the ocean means to Great Britain. In 

his Our heritage the sea. 1906. 55108 

- Fraser (E.) Champions of the fleet. 190S. ill. - - - 91225 

- Speight (E. E.) and Nance (R. M.) eds. Britain's sea story, 

B.C. 55-a.d. 1805. ill. - 91226 

Neandek (Johann A. W.) History of the Christian religion and 

church. 1851-86. 10 v. mem. - - - 27012-21 

- The life of Jesus Christ, 1851. ------ 23213 

- Memorials of Christian life in the early and middle ages. 

Light in dark places. 1852. 27038 

Needell (Mrs. J. H.) Julian Karslake's secret. - - - 3N2 

- Passing the love of women, a novel. 3N1 

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- Brietzcke (H. K. ) and Rooper (E. F. ) Collective lessons in 

plain needlework and knitting. 1885. ill. - - - 64601 

- Fleming (J. A.) Common-sense needlework, ill. - - • 64603 

- James (T. M.) Needlework, knitting, cutting-out. 1901. ill. 64602 

- See also Embroidery. Lace. 

Ne'er-do-weel ; by A. S. Swan. - - - - - 147 S 37 

Neffe als Onkel ; von J. C. F. von Schiller ; with notes. 1902. - 43828 

Neighbours [and other tales] ; by F. Bremer. - - - - 86B4 

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Neil (C. L.) Amateur theatricals, a practical guide. 1904. ill. 

Neilson (George) Annals of the Solway until a. d. 1307. 1899. 

- 'Huchown of the Awle Ryale.' 1902. 

" A historical criticism of poems ascribed to Sir Hew of Eglintoun 

- Repentance Tower and its tradition. 1895. - 
Nein [Lustspiel] ; von J. R. Benedix ; with notes. 1904. - 
Neison (Adrian) and Kemp (D.) Boat building for amateurs, ill. 
Nekrasoff, Nicholas A. In Turner (C. E. ) Russian literature. - 
Neligan (Moore R.) Bp. New Zealand. In Church and Empire. 
Nelson, Horatio, Viscount. In Carlyle (T.) Montaigne [etc.] 

- Colomb (P. H.) Nelson. In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. 

- In Griffith (G.) Men who have made the Empire. 1897. ill. 

- Russell (W. Clark) Pictures from the life of Nelson. 1S97. - 

- Southey (R.) The life of Nelson, ill. 

Neoplatonism. See Platonism. 

Nepos (Cornelius) Selections [Latin text] ; with notes. 

- Miltiades and Epaminondas [Latin text] ; with notes. 
Nero [a drama] ; by S. Phillips. 1906. - 
Nerves. Rosenthal (I. ) Physiology of muscles and nerves 
Nests. For lists of related subjects, see Birds. Zoology. 

- Kearton (R.) British birds' nests. 1904. ill. 

- Wood (J. G.) Social habitations and parasitic nests, ill. 

Mammals, birds, and insects. 
Netherlands. In Carlyle (T.) Montaigne, and other essays. 

- Motley (J. L.) United Netherlands [1584-1609]. 4 v. ill. - 

- Young (A.) History of the Netherlands [50 B.C. -a. d. 1884]. ill. 

Neukirch (Benjamin) Gedichte. In Die Gegner der zweiten 
schlesischen Schule, v. 2. mem. port. - 

New Adam and Eve, etc. ; by N. Hawthorne. - 

"A second series of ' Mosses from an old manse,' " 41 H12. 
New Arabian nights [stories] ; by R. L. Stevenson. - 
New Atlantis ; by F. Bacon. In his Works, v. 3. 

New Canterbury tales ; by M. Hewlett. 

New England reformers. In Emerson (R. W. ) Essays, v. 2. 
New Hebrides, Letters from ; by Mrs. M. W. Paton. 1896. ill. map 
New knowledge, physics and chemistry ; by R. K. Duncan, ill. 
New Orleans. In Crane (S.) Great battles of the world. 1901. 

New rector ; by S. J. Weyman. 

New Testament. See Bible. 

New York. McAdoo (W.) Guarding a great city [police]. 1906. 

New Zealand. Gregory (J. W.) Australia and New Zealand, ill. 

- Neligan (M. R.) New Zealand. In Church and Empire. 1907. 
Newbiggixg (Thomas) Sketches and tales. 1883. - 

Chatterton. Tannahill. Goldsmith. Waugh. Rossendale, past 
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" To which is added ' The true relation of my birth, breeding, and life,' 
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Newcomb (Simon) Astronomy for everybody. 1903. ill. - 52304 

- Side-lights on astronomy. 1906. port. ill. - - - 52003 
Newcomes [a novel] ; by W. M. Thackeray. - - - - 12 T 10 
Newett (Mary M.) The sumptuary laws of Venice in the 14th 

and 15th centuries. In Historical essays. 1907. - - 90409 
Newfoundland. In Carlyle (T.) Montaigne [etc.] 1897. - - E2C12 

- Kennedy (Sir W. R.) Sport, travel, and adventure in New- 

foundland. 1885. ill. map. 96803 

Newitt (E. J. D.) The citizen rifleman. 1906. ill.- - - 79946 

Newland (H. O.) The model citizen, ill. - - -'.--- 35401 

Newman (Edward) British butterflies and moths, ill. - - 59507 

Newman (Ernest) Gluck and the opera. 1895. - - - G061 

- Wagner [his life and work]. - - - - - - - W181 

Newman (George) The health of the state. 1907. - - - 61407 

Newman (John H.) Cardinal. Apologia pro vita sua. 1890. - N021 

"A history of his religious opinions." 

- Verses on various occasions. 1903. - - - - - 101 N 

- Callista, a tale of the third century. 9N1 

Newman, John H., Cardinal. /nBirrell(A.) Res judicata. 1896. E4B3 

- Froude (J. A.) Father Newman on the 'Grammar of assent.' 

In his Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - • - - E1F2 

Newmarch (Rosa) Poetry and progress in Russia. 1907. ill. - 89105 

- Tchaikovsky, his life and works. 1908. T092 

News from nowhere, a Utopian romance ; by W. Morris. - - 115 Ml 
Newsholme (Arthur) and Scott (M. E.) Domestic economy, ill. 64001 
Newspapers. Maurice (F. D. ) Use and abuse of newspapers. In 

his Friendship of books, and other lectures. 1904. - - E6M1 
Newstead Abbey ; by W. Irving. 1859-60. .... 81703 

Newton (Sir Isaac) Principia [Latin text]. 1871. - - - 51005 
Newton, Sir Isaac. Brewster (Sir D.) Memoirs of Sir Isaac 

Newton. 1860. 2 v, port. ill. N 051-2 

- Goethe (J. W. von) Der Newtonschen Optik. In his Sammt- 

liche Werke, v. 6. 83834 

Newton (John) Captain John Brown of Harper's Ferry. 1902. B041 

Newton (Richard) Bible models. 1896. 22104 

Newton Forster, or, the merchant service; by Capt. F. Marryat. 52M10 
Next door neighbours ; by W. Pett Ridge. .... 34R2 

Niagara. In Tyndall (J.) Fragments of science, v. 1. 1902. - 50409 
Nibelungen Lied. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 3. - - - - E2C7 

- Piper (P.) [Herausg.] Die Nibelungen. 2 v. - - - - 83104-5 

1. Einleitung und die Klage. 2. Der Nibelunge Not. 
Nichol (J. P.) Victor Hugo, his life and work. 1893. - - H221 
Nichol (John) English composition. 1904. .... 42802 

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Nichol (John) and McCokmick (W. S.) Questions and exercises 

on English composition. 1900. 42801 

Nichol, John, Memoir of; by XV. A. Knight. 1S96. WW. port. N041 

Nicholas II. Jonbert (Carl) The truth about the Tsar. 1905. - 94003 

Nicholas Nickleby ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. - - - 30 D 2 

NlCHOLLS (A. E. ) Guide to Board of Trade examinations. 1900. ill. 52701 

- Seamanship, for Board of Trade examinations. 1905. ill. - 65602 
Nicholson (Frank C.) Old German love songs. 1907. - - 83101 
Nicholson (Joseph S.) Effects of machinery on wages. 1892. - 33108 

- The relations of rents, wages, and profits in agriculture, and 

their bearing on rural depopulation. 1906. - - - 33101 

Nicholson (Reynolds A. ) joint -author. See Thornton (Frederic duP. ) 
Nicholson (W. A.) Artillery fire, the battery. 1907. ill. - 35801 
Nicobar Islands. Kloss (C. B.) In Andamans and Nicobars. 1903. 94806 
Nicolai (Christoph F.) Abhandlung vom Trauerspiel ; Freuden 

des jungen Werthers. In Lessings Jugendfreunde. mem. 83202 
Nicoll, Harry. Nicoll (W. R.) My father, 1812-91. 1908. port. N071 
Nicoll (William R.) Day book of Claudius Clear. 1905. - E2N1 

- The lamp of sacrifice, sermons. 1906. 23229 

Niebuhr (Carl) The Tell el Amarna period. 1903. - - - 95705 
Niels mit der offenen Hand ; von P. J. L. Heyse ; with notes. - 43821 
Niger. Thomson (J.) Mungo Park and the Niger. 1890. ill. maps. ? 101 
Nigeria. Hazzledine (G. D.) White man in Nigeria. 1904. ill. 96003 

- In Lugard (Lady) A tropical dependency. 1905. maps. - 95715 
Night and morning [a novel] ; by Lord Lytton. - - - - 73 L 14 
Nightingale (Florence) Notes on nursing. .... 61004 
Nightmare Abbey [a story] ; by T. L. Peacock. - - . - - 20P3 
Nights at the play [criticisms] ; by D. Cook. 1883. 2 v. - 79201-2 
Nile. Browne (J. H. B.) The cradle of the Blue Nile. In his Essays. E6B2 

- Hayes (A. J.) The source of the Blue Nile. 1905. ill. maps. 95803 
Nilus, the Christian courtier in the desert ; by I. Taylor. In his 

Logic in theology [etc.] 1859. - - - - - E1T2 

Nimmo (William) History of Stirlingshire. 1880. 2 v. map. 92516-7 

Ninety -three ; by V. Hugo. - 102 H 4 

Nineveh. Vaux (W. S. W.) Nineveh and Persepolis, an his- 
torical sketch. 1850. ill. map. 94415 

Nipon. See Japan. 

Nisbet (Hume) Life and nature studies [painting], ill. - - 75103 

Nisbet (John) Our forests and woodlands. 1900. ill. • - 58205 

Nitti (Francesco S.) Population and the social system. 1894. 31202 

Niue. See Savage Island. 

Nivedita. See Noble (Margaret E. ) 

Nivernais, Duke of. Dobson (H. A.) Nivernais in England. In 

his Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 2. 1894. - - E3D2 

Nixon (Alf.) and Stagg (J. H.) Accounting and banking. 1907. 65704 

No hero [a story]; by E. W. Hornung. 89 H 5 

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- Evans (H.) Our old nobility. 1907. 99604 

Noble (Edward) The edge of circumstance, a story. - - 20N2 

- Fisherman's Gat. 20N1 

Noble (Margaret E.) Cradle tales of Hinduism. 1907. - - 29403 

Noble life ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. 107 C 7 

Nobly born ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W16 

Nobody ; by S. Warner. 21 W 8 

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- Arnold (M.) Dissent. In his St, Paul [etc.] - - - 28001 

- Defoe (D. ) Shortest way with the dissenters. In Pamphlets. E8M1 
Nooks and corners [house decoration] ; by Mrs. J. E. Panton. ill. 74906 
Nordhoff (Chas.) Communistic societies of U.S. 1875. ill. - 33519 
Norfolk. In Carlyle (T.) Montaigne, and other essays. 1897.- E2C12 
Norie (Wm. D.) Loyal Lochaber and its associations. 1898. ill. 92104 
Normandy. Becke (G. Louis) Sketches from Normandy. 1907. 93301 
Normans. Jewett(S.O.) The story of the Normans. 1899. ill. map. 91603 

" Chiefly in relation to their conquest of England." 

Norrie (H. S.) Experimenting with induction coiis. 1906. ill. 53710 

Norris (Frank) A deal in wheat, and other stories. - - - 13 Nl 

- The octopus, a story of California. - - - - - 13 N 3 

- The pit [a sequel to " The octopus"]. 13N2 

Norris (W.) and Morgan (B. H.) High speed steam engines, ill. 62119 

Norris (William E.) The credit of the county. - - - 12 Nl 
North (Christopher). See Wilson (John). 

North and south [a story] ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - 10G4 

Northanger Abbey [a story] ; by J. Austen. .... 60A4 

Northborough Cross [a novel] ; by L. C. Cornford. - - - 91 C 2 
Northcliffe (A. C. W. Harmsworth, Lord) and others. Motors 

and motor-driving. 1904. ill. 62201 

Northcote, Sir Henry Stafford. See Iddesleigh, Earl of. 

Norway. Boy esen (H. H.) A history of Norway. 1900. ill. - 94101 

- Carlyle (T.) The early kings of Norway. ... - 94102 

- Lees (J. A.) Peaks and pines. 1899. ill. - 94107 

- Wyllie (M. A.) Norway and its fjords. 1907. col. ill. - 94104 
Norwegian language. See Language, Danish. 

Norwell (Alex.) Drawing book for marine engineers. 1908. - 62112 

Not like other girls, a novel ; by 11. N. Carey. 2 copies. - - 20 C 3 

Not wisely, but too well, a novel; by R. Broughton. - - 97B1 

Notre-Dame of Paris ; by V. Hugo. 102 HI 

Noughts and crosses, stories ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. - - 97 C 6 
Nova Scotia. Silver (A. P.) Farm-cottage, camp, and canoe in 

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Novalis. /wCarlyle(T.) Essays, v. 2. E2C6 

Novelists. For lists of related subjects, see Authors. Literature. 

- Hazlitt (W.) The English novelists. In his Lectures. 1906. 82218 

- Melville (L.) Victorian novelists. 1906. port. - - - 82604 

Disraeli. Thackeray. Collins. Trollope. Mrs. Gaskell. Mrs. Oliphant. [Etc.] 

- Williams (A. M. ) Our early female novelists. 1904. - - E1W1 
Novels. See Fiction. 

Novum organum ; by F. Bacon. In his Works, v. 4. - - 19209 
Nubia. Romer (Mrs. ) A pilgrimage to the temples and tombs of 

Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine in 1845-6. 1846. 2 v. ill. 95703-4 
Nugent, George, Lord. Macaulay (Lord) Nugent's Memorials of 

John Hampden. In his Essays. 1897. - - - - El Ml 

Nugents of Carriconna, a story ; by T. Hopkins. - - - 86 H 3 

Number seventeen [a story] ; by H. Kingsley. - - - 26 K 5 
Nuns. Inge (W. R.) The Ancren riwle and Julian of Norwich. 

In his Studies of English mystics. 1906. - - - 14901 

Nursing. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Anderson (J. W.) Medical nursing. 1896. ... - 61002 

- Morten (H.) ed. A complete system of nursing. 1S9S. - - 61008 

- Nightingale (F.) Notes on nursing. 61004 

- See also Children. 

Nuttall (Enos) Arclibp. and George (T. P.) West Indies. In 

Church and Empire, essays. 1907. 27401 



Obadiah. See Bible. 

Obiter dicta [essays] ; by A. Birrell. 1896. .... E4B2 

Ocean free-lance ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R29 

Ocean tragedy; by W. Clark Russell* ..... 75R15 

Oceana, England and her colonies ; by J. A. Froude. 1907. ill. 32502 

O'Connor (J. C.) ed. Esperanto, complete text book. 1907. - 40801 

Octopus, a story of California ; by F. Norris. - - - 13 N 3 

Odd craft [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. 5J6 

O'Donnell (F. H.) Paraguay on Shannon [Irish affairs]. 1908. 92617 
O'Donoghue (David J.) The geographical distribution of Irish 

ability. 1906. - - - 92604 

O'er moor and fen, a tale ; by J. Hocking. - - - 65 H 7 

Of high degree, a story; by C. Gibbon. 21 G 2 

Off the rocks, Labrador [missions] ; by W. T. Grenf ell. ill. - 27901 

Ogilvies, a novel ; by Mrs. D. M. Craik. 107 C 11 

Ogilvy, Margaret [a biography] ; by J. M. Barrie. 1903. port. 0011 

Oil. Carnegie (A.) Oil and gas wells. In Empire of business. - 33014 
Oil engine. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. - • 60310-1 

- Hiscox (G. D.) Gas, gasoline, and oil-engines. 1906. ill. - 62202 

- Perry (J. ) Steam engine, gas and oil engines. 1904. ill. - 62114 

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Old curiosity shop ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. - - - - 30 D 3 

Old dominion ; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 19 

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Old rogue's tragedy ; by Rita. - - 36 Rl 

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Old squire, romance of a black Virginian ; by B. K. Benson. - 45 B 2 
Old Testament. See Bible. 

Oldfield (J.) Penalty of death, capital punishment. 1901. - 34302 

Olint und Sophronia, ein Trauerspiel ; von J. F. von Cronegk. - 83202 

Oliphant (Mrs. Margaret O. W.) Dante [his life and work]. - D161 

- Jerusalem, its history and hope. 1891. ill. - 94504 

- Life of John Tulloch. 1888. port. T171 

- Queen Victoria, a personal sketch. 1900. ... - V011 

- Sheridan [his life and work]. S371 

- Thomas Chalmers [a biography]. 1893. C191 

- A beleaguered city, a story. 608 

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- The curate in charge. 6 10 

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- The railway man and his children. 602 

- Sir Tom. - - . - - 603 

- A son of the soil. 6011 

- The unjust steward. 6014 

- The wizard's son, a novel. 6 05 

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Oliphant, Mrs. M. 0. W. In Melville (L.) Victorian novelists. 1906.82604 

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Olive Latham [a novel] ; by Mrs. E. L. Voynich. - - - 20 VI 

Oliver Twist ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. 30D6 

Oliver Westwood, or, overcoming the world ; by E. J. Worboise. 81W17 

Olivia's summer ; by Mrs. M. E. Mann. 40M4 

Olla podrida ; by Captain F. Marryat. 1897. ill. - - - 91015 

Oman (Charles W. C.) Byzantine Empire [a history]. 1S92. ill. 93901 

- A history of England [to 1902]. 1904. maps. - - 91227 
Oman (John C.) Brahmans, theists, and Muslims of India, ill. 94714 

- Where three creeds meet, a tale of Indian life. - - - 1701 
Omar KhayyA'm. Rubaiyat ; [trans, by E. FitzGerald]. mem. 101 
Omond (Geo. W. T.) Fletcher of Saltoun [a biography]. 1897. F141 
Omond (Thomas S.) A study of metre. 1907. - 42601 
Omoo ; by H. Melville. 80M2 

' ' A sequel to ' Typee, ' " 80 M 3. 

" On a sunshine holyday " ; by E. Marston. 1897. ill - - 79926 

On the face of the waters ; by Mrs. F. A. Steel. - - - 110 S 4 

On the fo'k'sle head [stories] ; by W. Clark Russell. - - - 75 R 16 

On the wings of the wind [a novel] ; by Allen Raine. - - 5R2 

Once upon a Christmas time ; by G. R. Sims. - - - - 64 SI 
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One of our conquerors ; by G. Meredith. - - - - - 82 M 8 

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- Newman (E.) Gluck and the opera. 1895. .... G061 

- Wagner (R.) " The music of the future." 1873. - - - 78260 

- Young (A. B. Filson) The Wagner [opera] stories. 1907. - 78256 
Operas. See Music, Operas and secular cantatas. 

Opium. De Quincey (T.) The opium question with China in 

1840. In his Collected writings, v. 14. 1897. - - 82802 

Oppenheim (E. Phillips) A daughter of the Marionis. - - 11 Ol 

- The mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown. 11 02 

Optics. See Light. 

Oracles. De Quincey (T. ) Pagan oracles. In his Writings. - 90402 
Oratorios. See Music, Oratorios and sacred cantatas. 
Oratory. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

- Carlyle (T.) Stump-orator. In his Latter-day pamphlets. - E2C3 

- Tacitus. Dialogue on orators. In his Works, v. 2. - - 87802 

- See also Eloquence. 

Orchestra. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Prout (E.) The orchestra. 1897-9. 2 v. ill. mus. - -78501-2 

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Okczy (Baroness) The Scarlet Pimpernel, a romance. - - 13 02 

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Ordeal of Richard Feverel ; by G. Meredith. .... 
Ordered south; by P. L. Stevenson. In his Virginibus puerisque. 
O'Rell (Max) Jacques Bonhomme [sketches of French life]. 1889. 

- John Bull and his island. 

- and Allyn (Jack) Jonathan and his continent. 1889. - 
Oreste, tragedia ; di Count Alfieri ; with notes. 1890. 
Orford, Ed. Russell, Earl of. In Merz (T.) The junto. 1907. - 
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- Clark (S.) First steps in organ playing. 4°. - 
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Origen. Froude (J. A.) Origen and Celsus. In his Short studies. 

Ormond, a tale ; by M. Edgeworth. - - - 

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Oropa. Butler (S.) A medieval girl school. In his Essays. 1908. 

Ore, (James) The Bible under trial [Christian evidences]. 1907. 

- Calvin. In The reformers. 1885. 

- Neglected factors in study of early Christianity. 1899. - 

- Ritschlianism, expository and critical essays. 1903. 

- The virgin birth of Christ, 1907. 

Orsi (Pietro) Modern Italy, 1748-1898. 1899. ill. - 
Ortner (Jessica) Practical millinery. 1897. ill. - 

Orville College, a tale ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 
Osbourne (Lloyd) joint-author. See Stevenson (Robert L. ) 
O'Shea (M. V.) Linguistic development and education. 1907.- 
Osler (William) Science and immortality. 1906. - 
Osteology See Bones. 
Ostrich. For list of related subjects, see Birds. 

- Martin (A.) Home life on an ostrich farm. 1892. ill. - 
Ostrogorski (M.) The rights of women. 1893. 

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Ottley (R. L.) Christian ethics. In Lux mundi. 1895. - 
Otto (Rudolf) Naturalism and religion. 1907. 
Our hapless queen, and other poems ; by J. Drake. 1904. 
Our mutual friend ; by C. Dickens. 2 copies. ----'- 

Our old home ; by N. Hawthorne. 

Our sensation novel ; by J. H. McCarthy. 

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OwEH (.J ka.n A.) See VlSGER (Mrs. Ji an A. O.) 

Owen, R. Kaufmann (M.) Owen and English socialism. ///. Utopias. 32105 

Owen Wingrave [a story] ; by H. James. - - - - - 7 J 9 

Oxenford (In a) .Modern palmistry. 1907. ill. - - - 13307 

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- Tnckwell (W.) Reminiscences of Oxford. 1907. ill. - - T161 
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- Froude (J. A.) Oxford counter-reformation. In his Short 

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- Lilly (W. S.) The meaning of tractarianism. In his Studies. E2L1 
Oxford University. Sollas (W. J.) Influence of Oxford on the 

history of geology. In his Age of the earth [etc.] ill. - 55006 



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Page (T. E.) and others. The public schools from within. 1906. 37905 
Paget (F.) Sacraments. In Lux mundi. 1895. - - - 23004 
Paget (John) An inquiry into the charges brought by Lord 

Macaulay against William Penn. 1858. - P191 

[Paget (Stephen)] Confessio medici. 1908. - 61007 

Pain (Barry) First lessons in story-writing. 1907. - - - 02901 

- The memoirs of Constantine Dix. 3P1 

- Wilhelmina in London. 3P2 

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- Cunningham (A.) and Heaton (Mrs. C.) British painters. 3 v. 99704-6 

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1. Of general principles and of truth. 2. Of imaginative and theoretic 
faculties. 3. Of many things. 4. Of mountain beauty. 5. Of leaf beauty, 
cloud beauty, ideas of relation. 6. General index, bibliography, and notes. 

Frondes agrestes, readings in 'Modern painters.' 1902. - 75808 

- Steedman (A. ) Knights of art, the Italian painters, ill. - 99714 
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- Bay liss (Sir W.) The higher life in art. 1879. ill. - - 75001 

- Hind (C. L. ) Adventures among pictures. 1904. ill. - - 75906 

- Moore (G.) Modern painting [essays]. 1893.- - - - 75905 

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- Ruskin (J.) Lectures on architecture and painting. 1902. ill. 72004 

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- Huish (M. B.) British water-colour art. 1904. col. ill. - 75904 

Pair of blue eyes ; by T. Hardy.. 21H10 

Pais (Ettore) Ancient legends of Roman history. 1906. ill. - 93624 
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- Brown (P.) Paisley poets, memoirs and selections. 2 v. - 82422-3 
Palaeography. For related subjects, see Language. 

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- Ewing (W.) Arab and Druze at home. 1907. ill. - - 94505 

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- Thomson (W. M.) The land and the Book. 1905. ill. maps. 94507 

"Biblical illustrations from the Holy Land." 

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Paley (William) Horse Paulinas. 1850. map. - - - 22803 

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Another edition. 1905-7. 2 v. - - ... 82215-6 

Palgrave (Sir Reginald F. D.) Chairman's handbook. 1905. 32805 
Palmer (Gr. W.) Arithmetic, chiefly examples. 1907. - - 51104 
Palmer (Margaret D.) Lessons on massage. 1907. ill. - 61503 

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Palmyra and Zenobia ; by W. Wright. 1895. ill. map. - - 94408 
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- Famous pamphlets. 1886. E8M1 

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Panizzi (Sir A.) ed. Extracts from Italian prose writers. - - 85801 

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- Guthrie (T.) Parables of our Lord. 1908. ill. - - - 22707 

- Irving (E.) The parable of the sower. In his Writings, v. 1. 20801 

- Trench (R. C.) Notes on the parables. 1857. bibl. - - 22705 
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- Beneden (P. J. van) Animal parasites and messmates, ill. - 59108 

- Massart (J.) and Vandervelde (E.) Parasitism, organic and 

social. 1895. bibl. 57506 

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Paris. In Gilliat (E.) The romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. 90408 

- In Harrison (F.) The meaning of history [etc.] 1903. - - 90404 

Paris as an historic city. The transformation of Paris. 

- Sarcey (F.) Le siege de Paris ; with notes. 1899. ill. map. - 44815 

- In Steevens (G. W.) Glimpses of three nations. 1901. - - 91014 

- Thackeray (W. M.) Paris sketch book. 1906. ill. - - 82837 
Paris [a novel] ; by E. Zola. 5Z2 

A sequel to " Rome," 5Z3. 

Parish clerk ; by P. H. Ditchfield. ill. 26201 

Parish nurse [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. E. Mann. ... - 40M2 

Park (Mary M.) Greater Britain and the far east. 1907. ill. 90815 
Park (Mungo) Travels in Africa [1795-1805]. 1903. mem, col, ill. 96002 
Park, Mungo. In Carlyle (T.) Montaigne, and other essays. 1897. E2C12 

- Maclachlan (T. B.) Mungo Park [a biography]. 1898. map. P102 

- Thomson (J.) Mungo Park and the Niger. 1890. port. ill. maps. P101 
Parker (Eric) Highways and byways in Surrey. 1908. ill. map. 91745 
Parker (Sir Gilbert) The battle of the strong, a romance. - 8P3 

- Donovan Pasha, and some people of Egypt. - - - - 8P1 

- Mrs. Falchion. - 8P10 

- Pierre and his people, tales of the far north. - - - - 8P4 

- An adventurer of the north. 8P2 

" A continuation of ' Pierre and his people.' " 

- The pomp of the Lavilettes. 8P8 

- The seats of the mighty. - - - - - - - 8P5 

- The trail of the sword. 8P6 

- The translation of a savage. - - - - - - - 8P7 

- When Valmond came to Pontiac, the story of a lost Napoleon. 8P9 
Parker (Hy. ) The voice, production and improvement. 4°. mus. 78415 
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- Burke (E.) Independence of parliament [etc.] In his Works. 82812 

- In Carlyle (T.) Latter-day pamphlets. E2C3 

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- Terry (C. S.) The Scottish parliament, 1603-1707. 1905. - 32811 

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- See also Commons, House of. Long Parliament. Lords, House of. 
Parnell (Thomas) Poetical works, mem. - 401 P 
Parr, Samuel. De Quincey (T.) Whiggism in its relation to 

literature. In his Collected writings, v. 5. 1897. - - 99903 

Parry (Sir Chas. H. H.) Evolution of the art of music. 1901. mus. 78002 

Parry, Sir Charles H. H. In Willeby (C.) English music, port. 99701 

Parthia. Rawlinson (G.) Parthia [a history]. 1894. ill. map. 94603 
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- Provincial letters ; trans, by T. McCrie. 1851. - - - 27103 

- Thoughts on religion ; trans, by B. Kennet. - 23903 
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Pastoral counsels [Christian life] ; by J. Robertson. 1865. - 24802 
Pater (Walter) Greek studies, a series of essays. 1895. port. 93817 
Pater, Walter. Wright (T.) Life of Pater. 1907. 2 v. bibl. ill. P151-2 

Patersox (A. B. ) An outback marriage. 15P1 

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Pathways to the best [sermons]; by C. L. Goodell. 1907. - 25221 

Patience Sparhawk and her times ; by G. F. Atherton. - - 55 A 1 

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- Gosse (E. \Y.) Coventry Patmore [a biography]. 1905. port. P231 
Patox (James) The glory and joy of the resurrection. 1902. - 23204 
Paton, Sir Joseph Noel, Life and work of; by A. T. Story. 1895. ill. P071 
Patox (Mrs. M. W.) Letters and sketches from the Xew 

Hebrides. 1896. port. ill. map. 27902 

Patox (Robert) The Scottish Church in early times. 1884. - 27503 

Patriot: by A. Fogazzaro. 56 Fl 

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Lay sermons and addresses. 1907. ----- 25223 
Pattern-making. For list of related subjects, see Industries. 

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Pattern nation, or, socialism ; by Sir H. Wrixon. - - - 33518 
Pattersox" (Axxie W.) Chats with music lovers. - - - 78004 
Pattisox (Mark) Milton [his life and work]. 1906. - - M321 
Pattison, Mark. Morley (Viscount) On Pattison's Memoirs. 

In his Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. - - - - E5M4 

Paul, Saint. Arnold (M.) St. Paul and Protestantism. 1892. - 28001 

- Dickson (W. P.) St. Paul's use of the terms flesh and spirit. 

1883. bibl. 22807 

- In Jow T ett (B.) Interpretation of Scripture, essays. - - 20408 

St. Paul and the twelve. St. Paul and Philo. [Etc.] 

- Paley (W. ) Horse Paulina-. 1850. map. - - - 22803 

- Ramsay (Sir W.M.) The cities of St. Paul. 1907. bibl. ill. maps. 22615 

" Their influence on his life and thought." 

- Whyte (A.) The apostle Paul. 1903. 22601 

Paul, Saint, the Hermit. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1905. ill. 99809 

Paul (Herbert W.) Stray leaves [essays]. 1906. - - - E2P1 

Bishop Creighton. George Eliot. The study of Greek. The novels of 
Peacock. The religion of the Greeks. Bishops and historians. Charles 
Lamb. The author of " Ionica." Winston Churchill's "Life of Lord 
Randolph Churchill." 

Paul (Hermaxx) The history of language. 1S88. - - - 40903 

Paul, a herald of the cross ; by F. M. Kingsley. - - 25 Kl 

Paul Clifford [a novel] ; by Lord Lytton. 73L15 

Paul Faber, surgeon ; by G. MacDonald. 10M17 

Paul Kelver, a novel ; by J. K. Jerome. 15 J 7 

Paul Patoff [a novel] ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - 113 C 21 
Paula, high quality and asceticism in the fourth century ; by 

I. Taylor. In his Logic in theology [etc.] 1859. - E1T2 

Paulix (George) No struggle for existence, no natural selection. 57515 

Paul's stepmother ; by Lady Troubridge. 51 Tl 

Pauperism. See Poor. 

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Payne (W. H.) The education of teachers. 1901. - - - 37107 

Paynter (F. G.) How to make poultry pay. 1907. - - - 63614 

Peabody (Cecil H. ) Naval architecture. 1907. ill. - - 62628 

Peabody (Francis G.) Christ and Christian character. 1906. - 23226 

- Jesus Christ and the social question. 1907. - 23227 
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- Addams (J. ) Newer ideals of peace. 1907. - 17202 
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Peacock (Thomas L.) Gry 11 Grange. 20P2 

- Headlong Hall. Nightmare Abbey. - - - - 20 P 3 

- Melincourt, or, Sir Oran Haut-ton.- - - - 20 PI 
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- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays in English literature, v. 1. - 82107 
Peak country [Derbyshire] ; by A. R. H. Moncrieff. 1908. col. ill. 91731 
Peake (James) Rudiments of naval architecture. 1884. ill. - 62623 
Peakland faggot, tales told of Milton folk ; by R. M. Gilchrist. 16 Gl 
Peaks and pines, Norway ; by J. A. Lees. 1899. ill. - - 94107 
Pearce (William B.) Practical bookbinding, ill. - - - 68602 
Pearl of Orr's Island, a story ; by Mrs. H. B. Stowe. - - - 128 S 2 
Pearse (Hugh) The Hearseys, an Anglo-Indian family. 1905. H011 
Pearson (Charles H.) Reviews and critical essays. 1896. mem. E3P1 
Pearson (Norman) Some problems of existence. 1907. - - 12001 
Pearson (R. H.) The book of garden pests. 1908. ill. - - 63203 
Pearson (Richard) Popular taste. 1866.- .... 70104 
Pease (Edward) Diaries. 1907. mem. port. ill. - - - P171 

Pecheur d'Islande ; par Pierre Loti. 53 LI 

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Peddii: (ALBX.) Recollections of Dr. .John Brown. 1S93. ill. - B161 

Pbkk (Hedley) ed. The poetry of sport. 1896. ill. - - 82205 

Peel, Sir Robert. In Bulvver (Sir H. L.) Historical characters. - 99506 

- Rosebery (Earl of) Sir Robert Peel [a sketch]. 1S99. - - P051 

- In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies in biography. 1907. - - - 99502 
Peg Woffington [a story] ; by C. Reade. ----- 16R9 

Peile (John) Philology. 1S9S. 40001 

Pelayo. Irving (W.) Legend of Pelayo. In h is Biographies. - 81803 

Pellew (George) John Jay [a biography]. 1890. - - - J 091 

Pemberton (Max) Beatrice of Venice, a romance. - - - 28P4 

- The gold wolf. - 28 P 5 

- The hundred days. 28 P 2 

- Kronstadt. 28P1 

- Red morn. 28P3 

Pembroke, Mary, Countess of. Sidney (P.) ' The subject of all 

verse.' 1907. port. 82306 

An enquiry into the authorship of the epitaph composed on Mary, 
Countess of Pembroke. 

Penalty of death, capital punishment ; by J. Oldfield. 1901. - 34302 

Pendennis, The history of; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - 12 T 3 

Pendlebury (Charles) and Robinson (F. E. ) Arithmetic. 1906. 51103 

Penelope's English experiences ; by K. D. Wiggin. 2 copies. - 52W2 

Penelope's experiences in Scotland ; by K. D. Wiggin. - - 52 W4 

Penelope's Irish experiences ; by K. D. Wiggin. - - - 52 Wl 

Peninsular war. Napier (Sir W. F. P. ) History of the war in the 

Peninsula, 1807-14. 6 v. maps, plans. - - - 93407-12 

Penn, William. Paget (J.) An inquiry into the charges brought 

by Lord Macaulay against William Penn. 1858. - - P191 
Pennell (H. C.) and others. Fishing. 1903-4. 2 v. ill. -79912-3 
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Pentland rising and Rullion Green ; by C. S. Terry. 1905. map. 91822 
People of the mist ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - - 3H2 
Pepys (Samuel) Diary and correspondence, mem. - - - P061 
Pepys, Samuel. Lee (S. ) Pepys and Shakespeare. In his Shake- 
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- In Stevenson (R. L.) Familiar studies of men and books. 1906. E5S3 
Perch. Senior (W.) and others. Pike and perch. 1900. ill. - 79922 

Fishing, cookery. 

Percival Keene ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M16 

Percy, House of. Brenan (G. ) The house of Percy. 1902. 2 v. ill. P 141-2 
Perfectionists. Nordhoff (C.) The Oneida and Wallingford 

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Perry (Bliss) Walt Whitman, his life and work. 1906. ill. - W221 
Perry, John. In Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers, v. 1. 1874.- 99707 
Perry (John) Applied mechanics. 1907. ill. - 62005 

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Persephone. Pater (W.) The myth of Demeter and Persephone. 

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- Vaux (W. S. W.) Nineveh and Persepolis. 1850. ill. map. - 94415 

"An historical sketch of ancient Assyria and Persia." 
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Persius. Satirse ; cum notis. 87701 

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- Forsyth (D.) Linear perspective. 1890. " 51501 

- Geometrical perspective. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 3-5. 03205-7 

Persuasion [a story] ; by J. Austen. 60A4 

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Perugino, Pietro. Hutton (E.) Perugino [life and work], ill. - P121 
Peter, St. , Epistles of. See Bible. 

Peter Ibbetson [a novel] ; by G. Du Maurier. - - - 66 D 2 

Peter Simple ; by Captain F. Marry at. 52 Ml 

Peterborough, Earl of. Cooper (F. E.) Peterborough. In From 

Cromwell to Welling con. 1907. port, plans. - - 99610 

Peterson (Franklin) Elements of music, mus. - - - 78112 

- The student's handbook of musical knowledge, mus. - - 78113 
Petit de Julleville (L. ) Joan of Arc [a biography]. 1907. - J012 
Petrarch (Francesco) Sonnets, triumphs, and other poems. - 301 P 
Petrarch, Francesco. Campbell (T.) Life of Petrarch. 2 v. port. P081-2 
Petrology. See Rocks. 

Pets. See Domestic animals. 

Pett, Phineas. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention and industry. - 99712 

Pettigrew (James B.) Animal locomotion. 1891. ill. - - 59110 

Peveril of the Peak [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. - - - 35 S 18 

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PHI 



IVaff (Fribdkigh) [Heranag.] Der Minnesang des 12. bis 14. 

Jahrhunderte. 2 v. ill. 83106-7 

Pflkiderer (Otto) Christian origins. 1906. .... 27002 
Phantasmata, illusions and fanaticisms ; by R. R. Madden. '2 v. 13304-5 

Phantom death ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R17 

Phantom ship ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M14 

Phantom torpedo-boats ; by A. Upward. 4U1 

Pheasant. For lists of related subjects, see Birds. Shooting. 

- Macpherson (H. A.) and others. The pheasant. 1904. ill. - 79925 

Natural history, shooting, and cookery. 

Phelps (Elizabeth S.) The gates ajar. 37P1 

Philemon, Epistle to. See Bible. 

Philip (Adam) The parish of Longforgan. 1895. ill. - - 92511 

- Songs and sayings of Gowrie. 1901. 92504 

Philip, Ad ventures of ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12T6 

Philip Augustus, or, the brothers in arms; by G. P. R. James. 6 J 21 

Philip Rollo, or, the Scottish musketeers ; by J. Grant. - - 51 Gil 

Philip van Artevelde, a [drama] ; by Sir H. Taylor. 1849. - 601 T 

Philips' Handy- volume atlas ; by E. G. Ravenstein. 1907. - 90701 

Philips, John. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 1. 17S1. 99924 

PhillimoPvE ( John S. ) Poems. 1902. 601 P 

Phillipians, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Phillips (Henry W.) Red Saunders' pets, and other critters. - 56 PI 

Phillips (Stephen) Nero [a drama]. 1906. .... 1201 P 

- The sin of David [a drama]. 1904. 1202P 

Phillips (William) British discomycetes. 1893. ill. - - 58901 

Phillpotts (Eden) Children of the mist. 41 P 2 

- The river. - 41P1 

Philo. Jowett (B.) St. Paul and Philo. In his Interpretation 

of Scripture, and other essays. 20408 

Philo Judaeus. Drummond (J.) Philo Judaeus, or, the Jewish- 
Alexandrian philosophy. 1888. 2 v. - - - 18602-3 
Philology. See Language. 
Philosophers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Blackie (J. S.) The wise men of Greece. 1877. - - - 18201 

Pythagoras. Thales. Xenophanes. Heraclitus. Empedocles. Anaxa- 
goras. Aristodemus. Aristippus. The death of Socrates. Plato. 

Philosophy. Alexander (A. B. D.) History of philosophy. 1907. 10901 

- Aristotle. Outliues of philosophy. ------ 18501 

- Bacon (F.) Translations of [his] Philosophical works. In his 

Works, v. 3-5. 19208-10 

3. Advancement of learning, books 1-2. 4- The great instauratioD. 
The new organon. Preparative towards a natural and experimental history. 
Advancement of learning, books 2-6. 5. Advancement of learning, books 
7-9. Natural and experimental history. [Etc.] 

Physical and metaphysical works. 1891. - 19201 

- Baldwin (J. M. ) Fragments in philosophy and science. 1903. 10402 

Philosophy, its relation to life and education. Psychology past and 
present. Imitation. The origin of emotional expression. [Etc.] 

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Philosophy. Bax (E. B.) History of philosophy. 1886. bibl. - 10902 

- Boethius. The consolation of philosophy. - 18901 

- De Quincey (T. ) Speculative and theological essays. In his 

Collected writings, v. 8. 1897. 10401 

System of the heavens. Plato's Republic. Kant in his miscellaneous 
essays. Glance at the works of Mackintosh. Casuistry. War. Modern 
superstition. [Etc.] 

- Drummond (J.) Philo Judaeus, or, the Jewish-Alexandrian 

philosophy. 1888. 2 v. 18602-3 

- Duff (R. A.) Spinoza's political and ethical philosophy. 1903. 19301 

- Emerson (R. W.) Circles. In his Essays, v. 1. - - - E1E1 

- Fullerton (G. S.) An introduction to philosophy. 1906. - 10201 

- Gibson (W. R. B.) Rudolf Eucken's philosophy of life. 1906. 17902 

- In Hegel (G. W. F.) Werke, v. 1, 6-7, 13-18. 1832-42. 

1. Philosophische Abhandlungen, 19306. 6-7. Encyclopadie der philoso- 
phischen Wissenschaften, 2 v. in 3, 19310-12. 13-15. Vorlesungen liber die 
Geschichte der Philosophic, 19320-22. 16-17. Vermischte Schriften, 19323-4. 
18. Philosophische Propadeutik, 19325. 

- Heine (H. ) Religion and philosophy. In his Prose writings. - E2H1 

- James (VV.) Pragmatism, popular lectures on philosophy. - 10406 
Janet (P.) and Seailles (G. ) A history of the problems of 

philosophy. 1902. 2 v. bibl. 10904-5 

1. Psychology. 2. Ethics. Metaphysics. Theodicy. 

- Kant (I.) Prolegomena. 1883. 11001 

- Laurie (H.) Scottish philosophy, its development. 1902. - 19204 

- Laurie (S. S.) Synthetica, meditations. 1906. 2 v. - - 10404-5 

1. On knowledge. 2. On God and man. 

- In Lessing (G. E.) Nachlasz. In his Werke, v. 13-14. - - 83818-9 

- In Lichtenberg (G. C.) [Werke]. 83822 

- Locke (J.) Philosophical works. 1906. 2 v. - - - 19229-30 

1. An essay concerning human understanding. 2. An essay concerning 
human understanding [concl.] Elements of natural philosophy. [Etc.] 

- Muller (F. Max) The six systems of Indian philosophy. 1899. 18101 

- In Richter (J. P. F.) Werke, v. 1. 83826 

- Ritchie (D. G.) Philosophical studies. 1905.- - - - 10403 

Cogitatio metaphysica. The relation of logic to psychology. Relation 
of metaphysics to epistemology. The one and the many. Confessio fidei. 
Moral philosophy. 

- Schwegler (A. ) The history of philosophy. 1867.- - - 10903 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 1, 5. 1854-5. - - - 19218, 19222 

1. Metaphysical philosophy. 5. Locke's Account of the sources of 
human knowledge, and its influence on the doctrines of some of his 
successors. The idealism of Berkeley. [Tooke's] Philological speculations. 
The beautiful. The sublime. The faculty or habit of taste. The culture of 
certain intellectual habits connected with the first elements of taste. [Etc.] 

- See also Aristotelianism. Being. Causation. Epicureanism. Ethics. 

Existence. Idealism. Knowledge. Logic. Mind and body. 
Mysticism. Platonism. Positivism. Psychology. Soul. Stoicism. 
Transcendentalism. 
Philostratus. Goethe (J. W. von) Philostrats Gemalde. In his 

Sammtliche Werke, v. 5. 83833 

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Phoenicia [a history] ; by G. Rawlinson. 1896. ill. map. plans. 94402 

Phonography. See Shorthand. 

Photography. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Fine. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-3. ill. - - - 60306-8 

- Harrison (C.) and Douglas (J. C.) Photographer's handbook.- 77003 

- Hasluck (P. N.) ed. Photographic studios and dark rooms, ill. 77102 

- Story (A. T. ) The story of photography, ill. .... 77001 

- Vogel (H.) Chemistry of light and photography. 1892. ill. - 77101 
Phroso, a romance ; by Anthony Hope. 2 copies. - - - 82H10 
Phrygia. In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. map. - 93637 

Isaurian and East-Phrygian art in the third and fourth centuries after 
Christ ; by A. M. Ramsay. Exploration in Phrygia and Lycaonia ; by Sir 
W. M. Ramsay. [Etc.] 

Phthisis. See Consumption. 

Phyllis, a novel ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - - 104H12 

Physical education. For list of related subjects, see Health. 

- Lagrange (F.) Physiology of bodily exercise. 1901. - - 61303 

- Miiller (J. P.) My system. 1905. ill. 61306 

- Sargent (D. A.) Physical education. 1906. - - -•• - 61321 

- See also Exercise. Gymnastics. 

Physical geography. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- Browne (A. J. J.) Building of the British Isles. 1892. ill. maps. 55121 

11 A study in geographical evolution." 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-2. 1905. ill. - - 03203-4 

- Williams (E. O.) A junior physical geography, ill. maps. - 55124 

- See also Earthquakes. Glaciers. Ice. Rivers. Sea. Volcanoes. 

Water. Weather. 
Physician as naturalist ; by Sir W. T. Gairdner. 1889. - - 61001 
Physics. For list of other branches of science, see Science. 

- Bower (W. R.) aud Satterly (J.) Practical physics. 1906. ill. 53007 

- Clarke (J. W.) Practical science for plumbers, etc. 1903. ill. 69602 

- Daniell (A.) The principles of physics. 1884. bibl. ill. - 53011 

- Deschanel ( A. P. ) Natural philosophy. 1904-5. 4 v. ill. 

1. Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, 53104. 2. Heat, 53603. 
3. Electricity, 53706. 4. Sound and light, 53401. 

- Duncan (R. K.) The new knowledge. 1906. ill.- - - 53002 

"The new physics and the new chemistry in their relation to the new 
theory of matter." 

- Everett (J. D.) Elementary text-book of physics. 1898. ill. 53013 

- In General elementary science. 1899. ill. - - - 53014 

- Locke (J.) Elements of natural philosophy. In his Works, v. 2. 19230 

- Poincare (L.) The new physics and its evolution. 1907. - 53012 

- Stallo (J. B.) Concepts and theories of modern physics. 1900. 53003 

- Tyndall (J. ) Study of physics. In his Fragments, v. 1. 1902. 50409 

- See also Electricity. Fluids. Gases. Heat. Hydraulics. Light. 

Magnetism. Matter. Mechanics. Polarity. Sound. 
Physiognomy. Taylor (I.) Heads in groups. In his Ultimate 

civilization, and other essays. 1860. - - - - E1T1 

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Physiography. See Physical geography. 

Physiology. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Human physiology. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 1-2. ill. 03203- 

- McKendrick (J. G.) A text-book of physiology. 1888. v. 1. 612C 

- Sherrington (C. S. ) Physiology, its scope and method. In 

Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - - - 5070 

- See also Breathing. Muscles. Senses. Sight. 
Phythagoras. In Blackie (J. S.) The wise men of Greece. 1877. 
Phythian (J. E.) Story of art in the British Isles. 1901. ill. 
Pianoforte. For list of other subjects in music, see Music. 

- Cramer's Pianoforte tutor, fo. 

- Czerny (C.) First instructor in pianoforte playing. 4°. - 
Pianoforte music. See Music, Instrumental, Pianoforte. 
Picciola ; par X. B. Saintine ; with notes. 1903. 
Pickering (Anna M. W.) Memoirs. 1903. port. ill. 
Pickering. Home (G.) Evolution of an English town. 1905. ill. 
Pickwick papers ; by C. Dickens. 3 copies. .... 
Picton (James A.) Pantheism, its story and significance. 1905. 
Picture galleries. In Ruskin (J.) On the old road, v. 2. 1899. 

- See also National Gallery. Prado. 

Picture of Dorian Gray ; by O. Wilde. 

Picture titles for painters [etc.] ; by A. L. Baldry. 1904. 
Pictures. See Painting. 

Pierce the ploughman's crede ; ed. by W. W. Skeat, 1906. - 1101 P 

Pierre and his people, tales of the far north ; by Sir G. Parker. - 8P4 

Piehson (Arthur T.) George Midler of Bristol. 1899. ill. - Mill 
Pig. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Spencer (S.) Pigs, breeds and management. 1905. ill. - 63601 
Pigs in clover [a novel] ; by Frank Danby. - - - - 15 Dl 
Pike. For list of related subjects, see Fish, fishing. 

- Senior (W.) and others. Pike and perch. 1900. ill. - - 79922 
Pilgrimages. Repplier (A.) The pilgrim's staff. In her Com- 
promises. 1904. - E4R1 

Pilgrim's progress ; by J. Bunyan. ill. 24402 

Pi llans (T. D.) Edmund Burke [a biography]. 1905. - - B151 

Pillars of the house ; by C. M. Yonge. 5Y3 

Pilley (John J.) Chemistry of common objects. 1898. ill. - 54605 

Pilot at Swan Creek ; by Ralph Connor. 78 C 2 

Pindar. In Jebb (Sir R. C.) Essays and addresses. 1907. - E2J1 

Pinero, Arthur W. In Walkley (A. B.) Drama and life. 1907. 82516 

Pioneer humanists [biographical sketches] ; by J. M. Robertson. 99811 

Pioneers [Leather-stocking series, No. 4] ; by J. F. Cooper. - 86 C 2 

" Pip," a romance of youth ; by I. Hay. 46 HI 

Piper (Paul) Herausg. Kudrun. ------ 83102 

- Die Xibelungen. 2 v. 83104-5 

Pipes. Methods of testing cement pipes [etc.] - 66903 

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Pirate; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M12 

Pirate; by Sir \V. Scott. 35S14 

Pit, a story of Chicago ; by F. Norris. 13 N 2 

A sequel to " The octopus," 13 N 3. 

Pitman (Sir Isaac) The phonographic teacher ; with key. - 65302 

- Shorthand instructor ; with key. ------ 65305 

- Shorthand manual ; with key. 65307 

- Shorthand reporter. 65310 

- The phonographic phrase book. 65309 

- Shorthand dictionary. -------- 65304 

Pitman's Bills, cheques, and notes. 1907. - - - 33213 

- Commercial correspondence in Spanish ; by R. D. Monteverde. 65004 

- Dictionary of commercial correspondence. 1907. - - - 65002 

- Guide to business customs on the continent ; by A. E. Davies. 65808 

- Office desk book ; with tables and ready reckoner. - - - 65806 

- Secretary's handbook ; by H. E. Blain and others. 1908. - 65803 
Pitt, William, Earl of Chatham. See Chatham, Earl of. 

Pitt, William. Ashbourne (Lord) Pitt, life and times. 1898. ill. P031 

- In Carlyle (T. ) Montaigne, and other essays. 1897. - - E2C12 

- In Toynbee (W. ) Vignettes of the regency. 1907. - - 91419 
Pittman (J.) and others, eels.- Songs of Scotland. 2 v. mus. - 78404-5 
Pittsburgh. Memorial of the celebration of the Carnegie Institute 

at Pittsburgh, April 11-13, 1907. 1907. ill- - - - 97301 

Pixley (Francis W.) The director's handbook. 1900. - - 34705 

Pizzamiglio (L.) Distributing co-operative societies. 1891. - 33402 
Placards. Leland (C. G.) and Bolas (T.) Wood-engraving and 

placard cutting, ill. 76101 

Plain living, a Bush idyll ; by Rolf Boldrewood. - - 71 B 2 

Plain tales from the hills ; by R. Kipling. 28K11 

Planche (James R.) History of British costume [to 1800]. ill. - 39102 

Plants. See Botany. Gardening. 

Plastering. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- Kemp (W.) The practical plasterer. 1904. ill. - - - 69301 
Plato. Works ; trans, by H. C. Cary and others. 6 v. port. 88817-22 

1. Apology of Socrates. Crito. Pha3do. Gorgias. Protagoras. 
Phsedrus. Thea3tetus. Euthyphron. Lysis. 2. The republic. Tima3us. 
Critias. 3. Meno. Euthydemus. The sophist. The statesman. Cratylus. 
Parmenides. The banquet. 4- Philebus. Charmides. Laches. Menexenus. 
Hippias major. Hippias minor. Ion. The first Alcibiades. The second 
Alcibiades. Theages. The rivals. Hipparchus. Minos. Clitopho. The 
epistles. 5. The laws. 6. Doubtful works. Lives of Plato. Index. 

- The banquet ; trans, by P. B. Shelley. 82821 

- Republic ; trans, by A. D. Lindsay. 1907. - 88824 

Another edition ; trans, by T. Taylor. 88816 

Plato. Blackie (J. S.) Plato. In Edinburgh essays, 1856. 1857. E3E1 
In his The wise men of Greece. 1877. .... 18201 

- De Quincey (T.) Plato's Republic. In his Writings, v. 8. - 10401 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Representative men. 1899. - - - E1E9 

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Platonism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- Bigg (C. ) Neoplatonism. 1895. 18601 

- Strong (T. B.) Platonism. 18401 

Platts (John T. ) A grammar of the Persian language. 1894. v. I. 49103 

Plautus unci Terenz [Lustspiel] ; von J. R. Benedix ; with notes. 43805 
Play. For related subjects, see Children. 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) Child's play. In his Virginibus puerisque, 

and other papers. 1906. E5S2 

- Wiggin (K. D.) and Smith (N. A.) Children's playthings. In 

their Children's rights. 1892. 17301 

Playactress ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 26 

Playne (H. C.) and Fawdry (R. C.) Practical trigonometry. - 51401 
Plays. See Drama. 

Plays and Puritans, and other essays; by C. Kingsley. 1890. - E1K4 
Pleasantness. In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 2. • E6H2 

Pleiade. Wyndham (G. ) Ronsard and la Pleiade ; with selec- 
tions. 1906. 84101 

Plevna. In Crane (S.) Great battles of the world. 1901. ill. - 90405 
Pleydell (Kathleen M.) Sketches of life in Morocco. 1907. - 95603 
Plumbing. For list of related subjects, see Building. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-4. ill. - - - 60306-9 

- Clarke (J. W.) Practical science for plumbers, etc. 1903. - 69602 
Plutarch. Lives ; trans, by Sir T. North. 10 v. - 88802-11 

- Lives of Coriolanus, Caesar, Brutus, and Antonius. - - 88823 
Plutarch. In Emerson (R. W. ) Lectures. 1894. - - - E1E6 
Pneumatics. See Gases. 

Poacher; by Captain F. Marryat. 52 M4 

Podmore (P. St. M.) A sporting paradise. 1904. ill. - - - 79929 

Poe (Edgar Allan) Poems. 1893. - - - - - - 201 P 

Poe, Edgar Allan. In Vincent (L. H. ) Literary masters. 1906. 81001 

Poems of purpose ; by J. Hamilton. 1865. .... 82849 

Poems of rural life ; by W. Barnes. 1905. - - - 1701 B 

Poet at the breakfast-table ; by O. W. Holmes. - - - - E4H1 

Poetry. For other branches of literature, see Literature. 

- In Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893. - - - E2A3 

- Bailey (J. C.) Claims of French poetry. 1907. - - - 84102 

English taste and French drama. Marot. Ronsard. La Fontaine. 
Chenier. Hugo. Leconte de Li3le. Her^dia. 

- [Beeching (H. C. )] English patriotic poetry. In his Provincial 

letters, and other papers. 1906. E13B1 

- Brooke (S. A. ) Poetry from 1822 to 1832. In his Clough [etc.] 82420 

- In Buchanan (R. W.) David Gray, and other essays. 1868. - E9B1 

The poet, or seer. Walt Whitman. On my own tentatives. [Etc.] 

- Carlyle (T.) Taylor's Survey of German poetry. In his Essays. E2C7 

- Emerson (R. W.) The poet. In his Essays, v. 2. - - - E1E2 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - - 82218 

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Poetry. Lessing (G. E.) Laokoon. In his Werkc, v. 9. - - 83812 

- - Laocoon [selections] ; trans, by T. l)e Quince v. - - - E2D2 

- Newmareh (R.) Poetry and progress in Russia. 1907. ill. - 89105 

- Renan (E.) Poetry of the Celtic races, and other studies. - E1R1 

- Shelley (P. B. ) Defence of poetry, In his Prose works, v. 2. 82821 

- Warton (T.) History of English poetry [1066-1625]. - - 82305 

- Watson (W.) Dr. Johnson on modern poetry. In his Excur- 

sions in criticism. 1893. E3W1 

- See also Metre. 

Poetry, Collections. Anakreontiker und preuszisch-patriotische 

Lyriker. 83103 

Poems in German by Hagedorn, Gleim, Uz, Kleist, Ramler, and 
Kavschin. 

- Chauvet (P. ) ed. The nineteenth century in France, selections 

from literary works. 1897. ... - 44839 

1. Poets :— Lamartine. Hugo. Musset. 

- Gryphius (A.) and others. Erste schlesische Schule. 2 v. - 83108-9 

1. Gryphius' Werke. 2. [Gedichte] ; von S. Dach. [Gedichte] ; von 
J. Roling. [Etc.] 

Hofmannswaldau (C. H. von) and others. Zweite schlesische 
• Schule. 2 v. 

1. Heldenbriefe ; Gedichte ; von C. H. von Hofmannswaldau. Cleo- 
patra, Trauerspiel ; von D. C. von Lohenstein, 83110. 2, Asiatische Banise 
von H. A. von Zigler, 76G1. .[Etc.] 

Giinther (J. C.) and others. Die Gegner der zweiten schlesis- 

chen Schule. 2 v. 83111-2 

1. Gedichte ; von J. C. Giinther. 2. Baurischer Machiavellus, Lust- 
spiele ; Comodie von der bosen Catharine ; von C. Weise. Gedichte ; von 
B. H. Brockes. Gedichte ; von freiherr von Canitz. Gedichte ; von B. 
Neukirch. Epigramme ; von C. Wernike. 

- Hales (J. W.) ed. Longer English poems. 1878. - - - 82222 

- Gunnyon (W.) Translations from the Greek anthology. 1883. 88101 

- Jerrold (W.) ed. The book of living poets [selections], 1907. 82413 

- Sigerson (G.) ed. Bards of the Gael and Gall [Irish poetry]. - 89102 

- Sladen (D.) ed. Younger American poets, 1830-90. 1891. - 81101 

" With an appendix of younger Canadian poets ; ed. by G. B. Roberts." 

- Symons (A.) ed. A pageant of Elizabethan poetry. 1906. - 82303 

- Yeats (W. B.) ed. A book of Irish verse. 1900. - - - 82411 

- See also Ballads. Hymns. Lyrics. Minnesingers. Songs. 
Poetry, Scottish. Borland (R.) ed. Yarrow, poets and poetry, ill. 82209 

- Brown (R.) Paisley poets, mem. and selections. 1889-90. 2 v. 82422-3 

- Cunningham (A.) and Mackay (C.) eds. Ramsay, and the 

earlier poets of Scotland. Ancient ballads and songs, ill. 82211 

Poems by Allan Ramsay, Hector Macneill, William Hamilton, Robert 
Fergusson, etc. 

- Glasgow Ballad Club. Ballads and poems. 1885-1908. 3 v. 82415-7 

- Laing (D. ) ed. Early Scottish metrical tales. 1889. - - 82304 

- Macleod (M. C. ) ed. Modern Gaelic bards. 1908.- bibl. mem. port. 89107 

- Meyer (K. ) Ancient Gaelic poetry. In The old Highlands. - 92211 

- Reid (A.) ed. The bards of Angus and the Mearns. 1897. ill. 82214 

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Poets. For list of related subjects, see Authors. 

- Brooke (S. A.) A study of Clough, Arnold, Rossetti, and 

Morris. 1908. 82420 

- In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. 1908. - - - E4C1 

Wordsworth. Southey. Coleridge. Byron. Leigh Hunt. Keats. 
Shelley. 

- Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - - 82218 

Poetry in general. Chaucer and Spenser. Shakspeare and Milton. 
Dry den and Pope. The modern poets. Shakspeare and Ben Jonson. [Etc.] 

- Johnson (S.) The lives of the English poets. 1781. 4 v. - 99924-7 

1. Cowley. Milton. Butler. Waller. Philips. 2. Dryden. Smith. 
Addison. 3. Prior. Congreve. Blackmore. Gay. Savage. Swift. 4. Pope. 
Thomson. Young. Gray. [Etc.] 

- Lowell (J. R.) The English poets [etc.] essays. - - - 82206 

Spenser. Shakespeare once more. Milton. Wordsworth. Keats. 
Lessing. Rousseau and the sentimentalists. 

- See also Troubadours. 

Poetical works will also be found under the names of the following 
authors : 



Addison (Joseph) 

Aide (Charles Hamilton) 

Akenside (Mark) 

Arnim (Ludwig A. von) 

Arnold (Sir Edwin) 

Arnold (Matthew) 

Austin (Alfred) 

Aytouri (William E.) 

Barham (Richard H,) 

Barnes (William) 

Beattie (James) 

Bell (Mackenzie) 

Be>anger (Pierre J. de) 

Bingham (Clifton) 

Blackie (John S.) 

Blake (William) 

Brant (Sebastian) 

Brentano (Klemens) 

Brockes (Barthold H.) 

Brown (Middlemass) 

Browning (Elizabeth Bar- 
rett) 

Browning (Robert) 

Bryant (William C.) 

Buchanan (George) 

Burns (Robert) 

Butler (Samuel) 

Byron (Geo. Gordon, Lord) 

Campbell (Thomas) 

Campion (Thomas) 

Canitz (Friedrich R. L.. 
freiherr von) 

Chatterton (Thomas) 

Chaucer (Geoffrey) 

Churchill (Charles) 

Clough (Arthur H.) 

Coleridge (Samuel T.) 

Collins (William) 

Cowper (William) 

Crane (Walter) 

Crashaw (Richard) 

Dach (Simon) 

Dante Alighieri 

Darling (Isabella F.) 



Davidson (John) 

Denis (Johann R. C. M.) 

Dodds (James) 

Drake (John) 

Dryden (John) 

Eliot (George) 

Emerson (Ralph Waldo) 

Falconer (William) 

Field (Michael) 

Fleck ^Konrad) 

Gale (Gorman) 

Gemmell (Robert) 

Gerstenberg (Heinrich W. 

von) 
Gibson (Alexander C.) 
Gleim (Johann W. L.) 
Goethe (Johann W. von) 
Goldsmith (Oliver) 
Gottfried von Strassburg 
Gower (John) 
Grant (David) 
Gray (Thomas) 
Gregory (John) 
Gryphius(A.) 
Gunther (Johann C.) 
Hagedorn (Friedrich von) 
Hain (Adolf) 
Hamilton (Janet) 
Hardy (Thomas) 
Harte (Francis Bret) 
Havergal (Frances R.) 
Hebel (Johann P.) 
Heine (Heinrich) 
Heinrich von Freiberg 
Henley (William E.) 
Herbert (George) 
Herrick (Robert) 
Hofmannswaldau(C. H. von 
Holmes (Oliver W.) 
Homer 

Hood (Thomas) 
Hop wood (Aubrey) 
Horace 
Hugo (Victor) 

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Ingelow (Jean) 

Jasmin 

Jonson (Ben) 

Juvenal 

Karschin (Anna L.) 

Keats (John) 

Kingsley (Charles) 

Kipling (Rudyard) 

Kleist(EwaldC. von) 

Klopstock (Friedrich G.) 

Kortum(K. A.) 

Kretschmann (Karl F.) 

La Fontaine (Jean de) 

Lamar tine (Alphonse M. 

L. de) 
Lang (A.) 
Lenau (Nikolaus) 
Lessing (Gotthold E.) 
Lindsay (Lady) 
Longfellow (Henry W.) 
Lowe (David) 
Lowell (James R.) 
Lyte (Henry F.) 
Lytton (Edward G. E. Bul- 

wer, Lord) 
Lytton (Edward Robert, 

Earl of) 
Macleod (Angus) 
Marlowe (Christopher) 
Melville (George J. Whyte) 
Meredith (George) 
Mifflin (Lloyd) 
Milton (John) 
Moliere (Jean B. P.) 
Moore (Thomas) 
Morris (Sir Lewis) 
Morris (William) 
) Musset (Alfred de) 
Neukirch (Benjamin) 
Newman (John H.) Cardinal 
Omar Khayyam 
Parnell (Thomas) 
Patmore (Coventry K. D.) 
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Poetical works. Names of authors. Cont\ 



Petrarch (Francesco) 

Philliniorc (John S.) 
Piper (Paul) 
Pue (Edgar Allan) 
Pope (Alexander) 
Praed (Winthrop M.) 
Prior (Matthew) 
Procter (Adelaide A.) 
Propertius 
Rainier (Karl W.) 
Ramsay (Allan) 
Rankin e (William J. M.) 
Kawnsley (H. D.) 
Ren wick (James) 
Rogers (Samuel) 
Roling (Johanu) 
Rossetti (Christina G.) 
Rossetti (Dante G.) 
Buskin (John) 
Scheffel (Joseph V. von) 

PoiXCARE (LUCIEX 



Si-hillor (J, ('. I', von) 
Scott (Sir Walter) 
Shakespeare (William) 
Shelley (Percy B.) 
Sheridan (Richard B.) 
Smith (James and Horace) 
Southey (Robert) 
Spenser (Edmund) 
Stevenson (Robert L.) 
Swan (Annie S.) 
Swift (Jonathan) 
Swinburne (Algernon C.) 
Tannahill (Robert) 
Taylor (Henry) 
Tennyson (Alfred, Lord) 
Thackeray (William M.) 
Thomson (James) 
Thomson (James) " B. V." 
Tibullus 
Tolstoy (Count Lyof N.) 



d. 

Tupper (Martin P.) 
[Jlrich von Turheim 

Uz (Johann P.) 
Veitch (John) 
Virgil 

Wallace (Mrs. Margaret) 
Walther von der Vogehveide 
Watt (Lauchlan M.) 
Welsh (Matthew) 
Wcrnike (Christian) 
White (Henrv Kirke) 
Whitman (Walt) 
Whittier(Jolm G.) 
Wilde (Oscar) 
Wilson (John) 
Wordsworth (William) 
Wyatt (Sir Thomas) 
Yeats (WiUiam B.) 
Young (Edward) 



Young (John) 
The new physics and its evolution. 1907 



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Points, parables, and pictures for preachers ; by H. O. Mackey. 
Poland. Morfill(W. R.) Poland [a history]. 1900. bill, ill map. 

- Van Norman (L. E.) Poland. 1907. HI. map. - 

Sketches of its history and art, and impressions of places and people 
Polano (H. ) trans. The Talmud, selections. .... 
Polarity. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- Clark (A.) The polarity of matter. 1907. ill. 

"Showing that electricity, magnetism, chemical affinity, cohesion 
gravitation have one common origin." 

Poley (A. P.) and Gould (F. H. C.) The history, law, and 
practice of the stock exchange. 1907. .... 
Police. McAdoo ( W.) Guarding a great city [New York]. 1906. 
Political and occasional poems ; by W. M. Praed. 1888. - 
Political economy. For list of other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Berens (L. H.) Toward the light. 1903. .... 33008 

" Elementary studies in ethics and economics." 

- Carlile (W. W.) Economic method and fallacies. 1904. - 33004 

- Carnegie (A.) The empire of business. 1903. - - - 33014 

The A B C of money. How to win fortune. Wealth and its uses. The 
bugaboo of trusts. Business. Oil and gas wells. [Etc.] 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 7-8. 1906. - - 03209-10 

- Crozier (J. B.) The wheel of wealth, a reconstruction of polit- 

ical economy on the lines of evolution. 1906. - - - 33010 

- In De Quincey (T. ) Collected writings, v. 9. 1897. - - 33001 

Dialogues of three templars on political economy. The logic of political 
economy. The political parties of England. [Etc.] 

- George (W. L. ) Engines of social progress. 1907. - 

- Gibbins (H. de B.) Economic and industrial progress of the 

[nineteenth] century. 1903. 

- Harrison (F.) The limits of political economy. In his "National 

and social problems. 190S. 

- Hawley (F. B.) Enterprise and the productive process. 1907. 

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Political economy. Hobson (J. A.) John Ruskin, social reformer. 

1S98. 33020 

- Levy (J. H. ) Short studies in economic subjects. 1903. - 33019 

- In Macpherson (H. C. ) Intellectual development. 1907. - 30411 

- Mill (J.) Elements of political economy. 1826. - - - 33005 

- Mill (J. S. ) Principles of political economy. - 33002 

- Ruskin (J.) Munera pulveris, essays. 1894. - 33011 

- - Unto this last, essays on political economy. 1903. - - 33009 

- Smart (W.) Studies in economics. 1895. .... 33006 

Wages. Currency. Consumption. The place of industry in the social 
organism. 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 8-9. 1855-6. .... 19225-6 

- Thompson (H. M.) The purse and the conscience. 1891. - 33007 

"The connection between economics and ethics." 

- See also Banking. Capital. Co-operation. Factories. Finance. Free 

trade and protection. Individualism. Labour. Land. Money. 

Poor. Production. Property. Socialism. Wages. Wealth. 
Political parties. See Parties, Political. 
Political science. For other branches of sociology, see Sociology. 

- Amos(S.) The science of politics. 1890. .... 32001 

- Bagehot (W.) Physics and politics. 1903. .... 30102 

- Bright (J.) Speeches on questions of public policy. 1898. - 82710 

- Elementary politics. In CasselPs New popular educator, v. 8. 03210 

- Emerson (R. W.) Politics. In his Essays, v. 2. - - - E1E2 

- Froude (J. A. ) Reciprocal duties of state and subject. In his 

Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - E1F2 

- Goff (A.) and Levy (J. H.) Politics and disease. 1906. - - 61403 

- Harvey (C. H.) The biology of British politics. 1904. - - 32002 

- Leroy-Beaulieu (P.) The modern state. 1891. - - - 32101 

" In relation to society and the individual." 

- McKechnie (W. S.) The state and the individual. 1896. - 32003 

"An introduction to political science, with special reference to socialistic 
and individualistic theories." 

- Macknight (T.) Political progress [19th] century. 1905. - 32007 

- Ritchie (D. G.) Darwinism and politics. 1901. - - - 30103 
Principles of state interference. 1902. .... 32302 

"Political philosophy of H. Spencer, J. S. Mill, and T. H. Green." 

- Rousseau (J. J.) The social contract. 1902. - 32004 

- Shaw (A.) Political problems of American development. 1907. 35302 

- Smith (G.) Political crisis in England. In his Questions. - 30414 

- Spinoza (B. de) A political treatise. In his Works, v. 1. - 19303 

- Stewart (D.) Political philosophy. In his Works, v. 1. 1854. 19218 

- See also Aristocracy. Church and state. Citizenship. Colonies, 

British. Commonwealths. Democracy. Despotism. Elections. 
Emigration. Imperial federation. Imperialism. Kingship. 
Liberty. Parliament. Parties, Political. Republicanism. Right. 
Slavery. Village communities. Woman suffrage. 
Pollard (Albert F.) Cranmer and the reformation. 1904. ill. C081 

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Pollard (Alfred W.) Books in the house. 1907. - - 01004 

- Chaucer [a literature primer]. 1903. 82101 

Pollock (David) Modern shipbuilding, and the men engaged in 

it. 1884. ill.- - 62629 

Pollock (John) The popish plot, reign of Charles II. 1903. - 91302 

Pollock (Walter H.) and others. Fencing. 1897. ill. - - 79613 

Pollok (Robert) Tales of the covenanters. 1895. mem. ill. - 27510 

Pollok, Robert [a biography] ; by R. Masson. - - P131 

Polly Oliver's problem ; by K. D. Wiggin. - - - - 52 W 9 

Polo (Marco) Travels [in Asia, 1271-95] ; ed. by T. Wright. - 94304 
Polo. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Brown (J. M.) and Dale (T. F.) Polo. 1905. bibl. ill. - - 79802 
Pomeroy Abbey, a romance ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - 76W26 
Pomp of the Lavilettes ; by Sir G. Parker. - - - - 8P8 
Poole (Stanley L.) The Barbary corsairs [a history]. 1896. ill. 95601 

- Mediaeval India, 712-1764. 1903. ill. 94704 

- The story of Cairo. 1902. ill. map. plans. - 95712 

- and Gilman (A.) Moors in Spain [a history]. 1888. ill. map. 93403 

- and others. Turkey [a history, 1250-1880]. 1900. ill. maps. 93903 
Poor. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- George (H.) Progress and poverty. 1890. .... 

"The cause of industrial depressions, and of increase of want 
increase of wealth." 

- Godard (J. G.) Poverty, its genesis and exodus. 1892. 

- [Helps (Sir A.)] Rural poor. In his Friends in council, v. 1. - 

- Higgs (M.) Glimpses into the abyss. 1906. - 

- Loane (M.) From their point of view. 1908. 
The next street but one [life among the poor]. 1907. - 

- Sellers (E.) Foreign solutions of poor law problems. [1908]. - 
Poor humanity [a novel] ; by F. W. Robinson. - 
Poor Jack [a story] ; by Captain F. Marryat. .... 

Poor Max ; by Mrs. K. M. Caffyn. 

Poor Miss Finch, a domestic story ; by W. Wilkie Collins. 

Poor Roderick ; by Lady Troubridge. 

Poore, Richard, Bp. Inge (W. R.) The Ancren riwle. In his 

Studies of English mystics. 1906. 

Popanilla ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - 
Pope (Alexander) Poetical works ; ed. by A. W. Ward. mem. 
Pope, Alex. Carruthers (R. ) The life of Pope. 1857. bibl. port. ill. 
"Including extracts from his correspondence." 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 4, 11. 1897. 

4. Alexander Pope, 99902. 11. The poetry of Pope. Lord Carlisle 
on Pope, E2D2. 

- In Disraeli (I.) Quarrels of authors, v. 1. 1814. - 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - 

- In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 4. 1781. 

- Kingsley (C.) Alexander Smith and Pope. In his Lectures. 

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Pope, Alexander. In Lowell (J. R.) My study windows. - - E3L1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Pope as a moralist. In his Hours in a library. E6S1 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. .... 12T7 

- In Williams (A. M.) Our early female novelists [etc.] 1904. E1W1 
Popes. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Duchesne (L.) The beginnings of the temporal sovereignty of 

the popes, a. D. 754-1073. 1908. ..... 28206 

- Isaacson (C. S.) The later popes, 1414-1906. 1906. bibl. ill. 28205 

- Ranke (L. von) History of the popes. 1847-8. 3 v. port. - 28202-4 

- Macaulay (Lord) Ranke [History of the popes]. In his Works. E1M1 
Popish plot. Pollock (J.) The popish plot. 1903. bibl.- - 91302 

"A study in the history of the reign of Charles II." 

Popular tales ; by M. Edgeworth. 10E7 

Population. For list of related subjects, see Sociology. 

- De Quincey (T.) Malthus on population. In his Writings, v. 9. 33001 

- Hume (D.) Populousness of ancient nations. In his Essays. - E1H1 

- Nitti (F. S.) Population and social system. 1894. - - - 31202 
Porcelain. See Pottery. 

Port Arthur. Sakurai (T.) Human bullets, Port Arthur. 1907. 95111 

- Tikovara (H. ) Before Port Arthur in a destroyer, ill. map. 95108 
Port -Royalists. In Stephen (Sir J.) Essays, v. 1. 1907.- - 99804 
Porteous (Arch.) A scamper through some cities of America. 1890. 96801 

Porter (Mrs. Gerald) joint-author. See Oliphant (Mrs. Mar- 
garet O. W. ) 

Porter (Jane) The Scottish chiefs [a romance]. - - - 50 PI 

Porter (Mary W.) What Rome was built "with. 1907. - - 93634 

" A description of the stones employed for its building and decoration." 

Porto (L. da) [Extracts. In Italian]. In Italian writers. - 85801 
Portobello. Baird (W.) Annals of Duddingston and Portobello. 

1898. ill. maps. 92014 

Portrait of a lady [a novel] ; by H. James. - - - 7J6 

Portrait of Mr. W. H. [a story] ; by O. Wilde. .... 96W1 
Portraits. See Miniatures. 

Portsmouth, Duchess of. In Fea (A.) Some beauties. 1906. ill. 99501 

Portugal. Hume (M. A. S.) Through Portugal. 1907." col. ill. 93414 

- Shore (H. N.) Three pleasant springs in Portugal. 1899. ill. 93429 

- Stephens (H. M.) Portugal [a history to 1889]. 1899. ill. - 93402 
Portuguese language. See Language, Portuguese. 

Positivism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- Comte (A. ) Positive philosophy. 1896. 3 v. - - -19401-3 
Postage stamps. For list of related subjects, see Commerce. 

- Smith (B. T. K.) How to collect postage stamps. 1907. bibl. ill. 38301 
Potter (Beatrice). See Webb (Mrs. Beatrice). 

Pottery. For lists of related subjects, see Industries. Sculpture. 

- Barber (E. A.) Tin enamelled pottery. 1907. bibl. ill. - 73806 

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73802 


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Pottery. Binns (C. F.) The story of the potter. 1901. ill. 

- Burton (W.) Porcelain, nature, art, manufacture. 1906. 

- Hayden (A.) Chats on old china. 1906. tribi. HI. 

- Marryat (J.) A history of pottery and porcelain. 1857. 

- See also Stoneware. Vases. 

PoTJCHBT (Felix A.) The universe [natural science]. 1906. 
Putltox (Edw. B. ) The colours of animals, their use. 1S90. 
Poultry. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Paynter (F. G.) How to make poultry pay. 1907. - - 63614 
Poushkin, Alexander S. In Turner (C. E.) Studies. 1882. - 89106 

The life and genius of Poushkin. Poems of Poushkin. Evjenie 
Oneguin. Dramas of Poushkin. 

Poverty. See Poor. 

Powell (Badex H. B.) Village communities in India. 1899. - 32102 
Powell (George H. et Oswald B. ) eds. La France monarchique. 

tirees de memoires contemporains. 1906. - - - 93111 

Powell (L. P.) Christian science, the faith and founder. 1907. 61502 

Powell, Robert S. S. Baden, Gen., Story of; by H. Begbie. port. P021 

Powicke (F. M.J Pierre Dubois, mediaeval radical. In Essays. 90409 

Pradeau (Gustave) A key to the time allusions in the Divine 

comedy of Dante. 1902. - - 85102 

Prado, the pictures ; by A. F. Calvert and C. G. Hartley. 1907. ill. 93426 
Praed (Wixthrop M.) Political and occasional poems, port. - 1001 P 
Praed, Winthrop M. In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays, v. 1. 1896. 82107 
Prreterita, my past life ; by J. Ruskin. 1S99-1907. 3 v. ill. - R043-5 
Prag a (Mrs. Alfred) What to wear and when to wear it. 1903. ill. 64607 
Pragmatism, lectures on philosophy ; by W. James. 1907. - 10406 
Prairie [Leather-stocking series, No. 5] ; by J. F. Cooper. 2 cop. 86 C 5 
Pratt (E. A.) State railways, lessons from other lands. 1907.- 38501 
Pratt (S. C.) Coote. In From Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. plan. 99610 

- The Waterloo campaign, a study. 1907. maps. - - - 93115 
Prayer. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Haweis (H. R.) Prayer explained in a new way. In his Speech 

in season. 1874. - 25215 

- Home (J.) Promptings to devotion. 1906. - 26403 

- Morgan (G. C.) The practice of prayer. 1906. - - - 24804 
Prayer book. A book of common order. 1884. - - - 26402 

- Haweis (H. R.) Prayer-book forms. In his Speech in season. 25215 
Preaching. For list of related subjects, see Theology, Pastoral. 

- Emerson (R. W.) The preacher. In his Lectures. 1894. - E1E6 

- Garvie (A. E.) A guide to preachers. 1906. bibl. - - 25105 

- Mackey (H. O.) Points, parables, and pictures. 1899. - - 25104 

- Moody (D. L.) Anecdotes, incidents, and illustrations. - - 25103 

- Stalker (J.) The preacher and his models, lectures. 189*2. - 25101 

- Taylor (W. M.) The ministry of the Word. 1876. - - 25102 

273 



PRE GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Precis -writing. Hopkins (R. V. N.) Indexing and precis-writing. 02902 
Predestination. Jowett (B. ) Predestination and free will. In his 

Interpretation of Scripture, and other essays. - - - 20408 
Pre-Raphaelitism. For list of related subjects, see Painting. 

- Hueffer (F. M.) The pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, ill. - - 75902 

- In Ruskin (J.) Architecture and painting. 1902. - - - 72004 

- - In his On the old road, v. 1. 1899. 70406 

Prescott (William H.) The conquest of Mexico [648-1547]. 1906. 97602 
Prescott, Wm. H. In Vincent (L. H.) American literary masters. 

1906. 81001 

President's daughters, including Nina ; by F. Bremer. - - 86 Bl 
Press. See Journalism. 

Pressense (Elise de) Seulette ; [with notes]. 1907. ill. • 44809 
Preston. Clemesha (H. W.) The borough of Preston and its 

Gild Merchant. In Historical essays. 1907. bibl. - 90409 

Pretty Penelope ; by E. A. Rowlands. 83 Rl 

Pretty Polly, a voyage of incident ; by W« Clark Russell. - 75 R 5 

Price (E. D.) The story of religions. 20901 

Price (Langford L.) Money and its relations to prices. 1900. 33205 

Price (T. S.) and Twiss (D. F.) Organic chemistry. 1907. ill. 54702 

Pride and prejudice, a novel ; by J. Austen. - - - 60 A 1 
Priesthood. Haweis (H. R.) The priesthood is magnetic and 

spiritual. In his Speech in season. 1874. - - - 25215 

Primadonna ; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C 26 

" A sequel to ' Soprano,' " 113 C 12. 

Primrose path ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - - - - 6016 

Prince and the page ; by C. M. Yonge. 5Y5 

Prince and the pauper ; by Mark Twain. 52T12 

Prince Charming, a fantastic episode ; by Rita. - - 36 R 2 

Prince of good fellows ; by R. Barr. 19 B4 

Prince of the blood ; by J. Payn. 18P12 

Prince Otto, a romance; by R. L. Stevenson. .... 119 S 12 

Princess Casamassima, a novel ; by H. James. - - - - 7 J 4 

A sequel to " Roderick Hudson," 7 J 14. 

Princess of Thule [a novel] ; by W. Black. .... 62B19 

Princess Sophia [a novel] ; by E. F. Benson. - - - 46 B3 

Princesse Sophie [un roman] ; par A. Robert. - - - 80 Rl 
Printing. For list of other industries, see Industries. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 5-6. ill. - - - 60310-1 

- Cochrane (C. H.) The art preservative of all other arts. In 

his Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. - - - 67002 

- Duff(E. G.) Printers of Westminster and London to 1535. ill. 65501 

- Morris (W. ) and Walker (E.) Printing. In Arts and crafts. - 70404 
Prints. See Engraving. 

Prinzenraub, Saxon history. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 7. - E2C11 

Prior (Matthew) Poetical works. 2 v. mem. - - - 501-2 P 

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Prior, Matthew. In . Dobson (II. A.) Vignettes, v. 3. 1890. - E3D3 

- In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 3. 1781. - - - 99926 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - - - 12 T 7 

Priors Roothing ; by E. F. Mai tl and. 34M1 

Prisoner of Zenda ; by Anthony Hope. - - - - 82 HI 

Prisoners [a novel] ; by M. Cholmondeley. - - - 45 CI 

Prisons. Carlyle (T.) Model prisons. In Latter-day pamphlets. E2C3 

- Wilde (0.) Two letters to the "Daily Chronicle" on prison 

life. In his De profundis. 1908. W171 

- See also Dartmoor Prison. 

Pritchett (H. S. ) Power that makes for peace. In Aspects of war. 17203 

Private life [a story] ; by H. James. 7J9 

Privateersman ; by Captain F. Marryat. 52M18 

Probation, a novel ; by J. Fothergill. 42 Fl 

Procter (Adelaide A. ) Legends and tyrics. 1904. - - - 901 P 

Proctor (Richard A. ) Light science for leisure hours, v. 1-2. ill. 50412-3 

Prodigal son ; by Hall Caine. 2 copies. 5C1 

Production. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Hawley (F. B.) Enterprise and the productive process. 1907. 33017 

- Rodbertus (K.) Overproduction and crises. 1898. - - - 33208 
Professions. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- Hicks (J. W. ) Vocations for our sons. 1906. - - - 65801 

- Kingston (A.) How to start in life, a guide to employment. - 65804 

Professor [a story] ; by C. Bronte. 92 B4 

Professor at the breakfast-table ; by O. W. Holmes. - - - E4H3 
Progress. For list of related subjects, see Sociology. 

- Avebury (Lord) Hope of progress. In his Pleasures of life. - E2A3 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 2. 1903. - - - - E1F2 

- George (H.) Progress and poverty. 1890. .... 33012 

- Mercer (J. E.) The soul of progress. 1907. - 30110 
Projection. In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-3. - - 60306-8 
Promessi sposi ; di A. Manzoni ; with notes. 1892. - - - 45804 
Promessi sposi, storia Milanese ; di A. Manzoni. - - - 45 Ml 
Promptings to devotion, prayer ; by J. Home. 1906. - - 26403 
Propertius. Selections [Latin text] ; with notes, mem. - 47815 

Property. Carpenter (E.) Private property. In his England's 

ideal, and other papers. 1902. 30401 

Prophecy. For list of other Biblical subjects, see Bible. 

- Girdlestone (R. B.) The grammar of prophecy. 1901. - - 22017 
Prophets. See Bible. 

Prophet's reward ; by Mrs. E. H. Strain. 164S1 

Pros and cons, a debater's guide ; by J. B. Askew. 1906. - 37405 
Prose. For other branches of literature, see Literature. 

- Binyon (Mrs. L.) ed. Nineteenth century prose. 1907. - - 80816 

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Prose. Panizzi (Sir A.) ed. Extracts from Italian prose writers. 85801 

Alfieri. Baretti. Caro. Galilei. Gozzi. Guicciardini. Macbiavelli. 
Manzoni. Metastasis Porto. [Etc.] 

Prospector, a tale of the Crow's Nest Pass ; by Ralph Connor. - 78 C 5 

Protection. See Free trade and protection. 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's, etc. ; by F. Bret Harte. - - - 32H4 

Protestantism. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Arnold (M.) St. Paul and Protestantism. 1892. - - - 28001 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 8. - - - - 10401 

- Froude (J. A. ) Condition and prospects of Protestantism. In 

his Short studies, v. 2. 1903. E1F2 

- Wylie (J. A.) The history of Protestantism. 3 v. ill.- - 28401-3 
Prout (Ebenezer) Counterpoint, strict and free. 1890. mus. 78107 

- Counterpoint, strict and free, additional exercises, mus. - 78108 

- Double counterpoint and canon. 1891. mus. - - - 78109 

- Fugue. 1891. onus. 78110 

- Fugal analysis, a companion to "Fugue." 1892. mus. - 78111 

- Harmony, its theory and practice. 1901. mus. - - - 78105 

- Analytical key to the exercises in Harmony. 1903. mus. - 78106 

- Musical form. 1893. mus. 78103 

- Applied forms, a sequel to * Musical form.' 1895. mus. - 78104 

- The orchestra. 1897-9. 2 v. ill. onus. 78501-2 

Prout, Samuel. In Ruskin ( J. ) On pictures, v. 2. 1902. ill. - 75908 

Proverbial philosophy [poems] ; by M. F. Tupper. 1854. - - 501 T 
Proverbs. For list of related subjects, see Folk-lore. 

- Bannerman (J. R. ) Na sean-fhacail. In The old Highlands. - 92211 

- Bohn (H. G. ) ed. Hand-book of proverbs. 1905. - - - 39809 
- — A polyglot of foreign proverbs. 1857. .... 39816 

"Comprising French, Italian, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, 
and Danish, with English translations." 

Proverbs, Book of. See Bible. 

Provincial letters, and other papers ; by [H. C. Beeching]. 1906. E13B1 

Provost, and other tales ; by J. Gait. 7G2 

Prudence. In Emerson (R. W.) Essays, v. 1. - - - - E1E1 

Pryde (David) The queer folk of Fife, tales. - - - - 69 PI 

Psalms. See Bible. 

Psychical research. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- Hyslop (J. H.) Borderland of psychical research. 1906. - 13402 

Enigmas of psychical research. 1906. .... 13405 

Science and a future life. 1906. 13404 

- Myers (F. W. H.) Human personality and its survival of 

bodily death. 1907. 13403 

Psycho-physics. McDougall (W.) Psycho-physical method. In 

Lectures on the method of science. 1906. - - - 50702 
Psychology. For list of other branches of philosophy, see Philosophy. 

- Baldwin (J. M.) Psychology past and present. In his Frag- 

ments, philosophy and science. 1903. .... 10402 

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Psychology. Baldwin (J. M.) The story of the mind. btbl. ill. 15001 

- Ballantyne (J.) An examination of the human mind. 1828. - 15011 

- Butler (S.) Thought and language. In his Essays. 1908. - E10B1 

- Delitzsch (F.) A system of Biblical psychology. 1867. - - 22108 

- Hegel (G. W. F.) Phanomenologie des Geistes. In his Weike. 19307 

- James (W.) Psychology. 1906. ill. 15012 

Talks to teachers on psychology. 1904. 15013 

- In Janet (P.) and Seailles (G.) A history of the problems of 

philosophy, v. 1. 1902. bibl. 10904 

- McLellan (J. A.) and Dewey (J.) Applied psychology. - - 37009 

"An introduction to the principles and practice of education." 

- Mitchell (W.) Structure and growth of the mind. 1907. - 15002 

- Ryland (F.) The story of thought and feeling. - - - 15201 

- Stewart (D.) The human mind. In his Works, v. 2-4. 1854. 19219-21 

- Sully (J.) Outlines of psychology. 1901. .... 15003 
The teacher's handbook of psychology. 1906. - - - 15007 

- Thorndike (E. L.) The elements of psychology. 1905. bibl. 15006 

- See also Children. Emotions. Imagination. Intellect. Memory. 

Passions. Reason. Senses. Will. 

Public Health. See Health, Public. 

Public meetings. For list of related subjects, see Rhetoric. 

- Palgrave (Sir R. F. D.) The chairman's handbook. 1905. - 32805 

11 Rules for the conduct of chairmen, public and other meetings." 

Puccini, Giacomo. In Streatfeild (R. A.) Italian music, port.- 99702 

Puck of Pook's Hill ; by R. Kipling. 28 Kl 

Puckle (G. H.) Elementary conic sections. 1903. - - - 51601 
Puckle, Sir James. Dobson (H. A.) Puckle's "Club." In his 

Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 3. 1896. - - - E3D3 
Puffer (Ethel D.) The psychology of beauty. 1907. - - 70102 
Pulcheria, Saint. Teetgen (A. B.) Life and times of the 

Empress Pulcheria. 1907. port. ill. map, - - - P211 
Pumps. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Marks (E.C.R.) Construction and working of pumps. 1907. ill. 62205 
Punctuation. For list of related subjects, see Language, English. 

- Lovell (A. E.) Punctuation as a means of expression. 1907. - 42101 
Punting. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Squire (P. W.) Punting. 1898. ill. maps. - 79705 

Puritanism. Arnold (M.) Puritanism and the Church of Eng- 
land. In his St. Paul and Protestantism [etc.] 1892. - 28001 
Puritans. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Macphail (A.) Essays in Puritanism. 1905. - 99815 

Jonathan Edwards. John Winthrop. Margaret Fuller. Whitman. 
John Wesley. 

Purity. In Caird (E.) Lay sermons and addresses. 1907. - 25223 

Purple cloud [a novel] ; by M. P. Shiel. 58S1 

Purple robe ; by J. Hocking. 65H4 

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Put yourself in his place ; by C. Reade. 2 copies. - 
Pycraft (W. P.) The story of bird-life. 1899. ill. - 

- The story of fish life. 1901. ill. 

Pyle (Howard) Men of iron [a romance]. .... 



Quakeress [a story] ; by Max Adeler. 

Quakers. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Fox (G.) Journal [an account of the early Quakers]. 1906. - 

Qcjatrefages (Armand de) The human species. 1903. - 

Queechy [a story] ; by S. Warner. - - - 

Queen can do no wrong ; by H. E. Compton. .... 

A sequel to " The palace of spies," 75 C 3. 
Queen of love, a novel ; by S. Baring Gould. - 
Queen of Sheba [a story] ; by T. B. Aldrich. - 
Queen of the air, Greek myths ; by J. Ruskin. 1887. 
Queen of the meadow, a novel ; by C. Gibbon. .... 
Queen summer [a poem] ; by W. Crane, col. ill. 
Queen's cadet [and other tales] ; by J. Grant. .... 
Queen's Maries, a romance of Holyrood ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. 
Queen's necklace ; by A. Dumas. 

" Sequel to ' Memoirs of a physician,' " 58 D 7. 

Queen's quair [a romance] ; by M. Hewlett. - - - - 

Queer folk of Fife, tales ; by D. Pryde. 

Quentin Durward [a romance] ; by Sir W. Scott. 
Qu'est-ce que cela veut dire ? par H. P. Sligo de Pothonier. 
A collection of French phrases. 

Questionable shapes ; by W. D. Howells. 

Questions of the day, political and social ; by G. Smith. 1893. 

Quicksands [a novel] ; by J. A. Steuart. 

Quiet waters, some streams of Scotland ; by H. W. H. 1884. - 

Quincy, Josiah. Lowell (J. R.) A great public character. In 

his My study windows. 

Quinet (Edgar) Lettres a sa mere ; ed. by G. E. B. Saintsbury. 
Quintus Fixlein ; von J. P. F. Richter. In his Werke, v. 2. - 

Quisante [a novel] ; by Anthony Hope. 

Quits, a novel ; by Baroness Tautphceus. 

Quo vadis ? a tale of the time of Nero ; by H. Sienkiewicz. 
Quotations. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Riley (H. T.) ed. Dictionary of Latin quotations ; [with trans- 

lations]. 1850. - - - 87804 

" With a selection of Greek quotations." 

- Smith (R.) ed. English quotations, a collection. - - - 82853 

- Southgate (H.) ed. Many thoughts of many minds. 2 v. 80809-10 

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Rab the Rambler. Rambles on the banks of the Ayr. 1884. 91903 

Rab and his friends ; by J. Brown. In his Hoi\ r e subseciva. 1 , v. 2. E1B3 

Rabbi Saunderson ; by J. Watson. 28 W 5 

From " Kate Carnegie and those ministers," 28 W 2. 
Rabbit. For list of other domestic animals, see Domestic animals. 

- Cuniculus. The practical rabbit keeper, ill. - - - 63610 

- Harting (J. E.) and Shand (A. I.) The rabbit. 1898. ill. - 79924 

Natural history, and methods employed in killing and cooking. 

- Simpson (J.) The wild rabbit, rabbit-warrens that pay. 
Race and language ; by A. Lefevre. 1894. 
Racial supremacy, imperialism ; by J. G. Godard. 1905. 
Racine (Jean) Andromaque [trag^die] ; with notes, bibl. 
Racine, Jean. In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes, v. 
Rackets. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Bouverie (E. O. P.) Rackets. 1903. ill. - - - - 79616 
Radcliffe (W. H.) and Cushing (H. C.) Telephones, their 

construction [etc.] 1908. ill.- - - - - - 65406 

Radiation. In Tyndall (J.) Fragments of science, v. 1. 1902. - 50409 
Radicalism. Daly (J. B.) The dawn of radicalism. 1892. - 32901 
Radio -telegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless. 
Radium. For list of related subjects, see Chemistry. 

- Strutt (R. J.) The Becquerel rays, and the properties of radium. 

1904. ill. ---------- 54604 

Rae (John J. ) ed. The ministers of Glasgow and their churches, ill. 92401 
Raeburn, Sir Henry. In Brown (J.) Horse subsecivae, v. 3. 1897. E1B4 
Raffety (Frank W.) Books worth reading. 1899. - - - 02814 
Ragozin (Zenaide A.) Chaldea [a history]. 1900. ill. map. - 94404 

- Assyria, continued from "Chaldea." 1887. ill. maps. - 94401 

- Media, Babylon, and Persia. 1897. ill. map. - - - 94602 

- Vedic India [a history]. 1899. ill. map. - 94701 

Raiders ; by S. R. Crockett. - - 118 C 27 

Railway man and his children ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - 602 
Railways. For lists of related subjects, see Engineering. Transportation. 

- Cochrane (C. H. ) The iron horse and the railways. In his 

Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. - 67002 

- Pratt (E. A.) State railways, lessons from other lands. 1907. 38501 

- Stewart (B.) Railway surveying. 1908. ill. - - - 62702 
Raimond (C. E.) See Robins (Elizabeth). 

Rain (Thomas) Browning for beginners. 1904. - - - 82408 
Rainbow. Tyndall (J.) The rainbow and its congeners. In his 

New fragments. 1905. - - 50411 

Raixe (Allen) On the wings of the wind. 5R2 

- A Welsh singer, a novel. - - - - - - - 5R1 

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[Rains (G. E.) and Elgee (P. C.)] Case against socialism. 1908. 33520 

Rainy. Robert. Mitchell (D. G.) Life of Rainy. [1907]. port, ill. R091 

Bait (Robert S.) ed. Mary. Queen of Scots. 1900. ill. - - M041 

Raleigh, Sir Walter. In Kingsley (C.) Plays and Puritans. 1890. E1K4 

- 7/*Lee(S.) Great Englishmen. 1907. bibl. port.- - - 99608 

- Taylor (I. A.) Raleigh [a biography]. 1902. port. - - R022 
Raleigh (Walter) Shakespeare [a biography]. 1907. - - S042 
Ralstons ; by F. M. Crawford. - - - - - - 113 C 11 

A sequel to "Katharine Lauderdale/' 113C20. 
Rammer (Karl W.) [Gedichte]. In Anakreontiker und preus- 

z:~ch-patriotische Lyriker. mem. port. - 83103 

Rammohun Roy, Rajah. In Miiller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1898. E2M2 
Ramsay (A. M., Lady) and others. Studies in the history and 

art of the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire. 1906. 93637 

Ramsay 'Allan) Poems. In Ramsay [etc.] mem. ill. - - 82211 

- Poems, selected, mem. 601 R 

Ramsay, Allan. Smeaton (W. H. 0.) Ramsay [a biography]. - R131 

Ramsay (Edward B. B.) Reminiscences of Scottish life. - - 91815 

Ramsay ; William) Manual of Roman antiquities. 1901. ill. - 93627 

Ramsay (Sir William M. ) The cities of St. Paul. 1907. ill. maps. 22615 

- In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. map. - - - 93637 

Exploration in Phrygia and Lycaonia. The war of Moslem and Christian 
for the possession of Asia Minor. The Tekmoreian Guest-Friends. 

Randegger (Alberto) Singing. 4°. mus. ... - 78402 

Randolph. John [a biography] ; by H. Adams. 1898. - - R161 

Ra>-.jitsi>~hji (K. S. ) Jubilee book of cricket. 1898. port. ill. 79711 
Ranks (Leopold vox) The history of the popes. 1847-8. 3 v. 28202-4 

Ranke. Leopold von. In Macaulay (Lord) Essays. 1897. - E1M1 
Rankine [W. H.) A hero of the dark continent, W. A. Scott. 

1896. ill. S211 

Ramkese (William J. M.) Civil engineering. 1904. ill. - 62003 

- Memoir of John Elder, engineer and shipbuilder. 1871. - E031 

- Songs and fables. 1874. port. ill. 401 R 

Rajtnte (David W.) Wordsworth and his circle. 1907. ill. - W151 

Rattlin the reefer [a story] ; by E. Howard. - - - - 52 M 7 
Ratzel (Friedrich) History of mankind. 1896-8. 3 v. ill. maps. 57204-6 
Ravenna. Lee (Vernon) Ravenna and her ghosts. In her Limbo, 

and other essays. 1908. ------- E4L1 

Ravenshoe [a story] ; by H. Kingsley. 26K3 

Ravevsteix (E. G.) Philips' Handy- volume atlas. 1907. - - 90701 

Rawley (William) Life of Bacon. In Bacon (F.) Works, v. 1. 19206 

Rawllxgs (Gertrude B.) Story of British coinage. 1901. ill. 33201 
Rawuqtsoh (GEORGE) The historical evidences of the truth of 

the Scripture records. 1860. • 23913 

- A manual of ancient history. 1880. 90201 

- Parthia [a history]. 1894. ill. map. ----- 94603 

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Rawlinson (Gsobob) Phoenicia [a history]. 1896. ill. map. plane, 94402 

- and Gilmax (A,) Ancient Egypt [a history]. 1886. ill. map. 95701 
Rawnsley (H. D.) Life and nature at the English Lakes. 1899. 91705 

- A rambler's note-book at the English Lakes. 1902. ill. - 91704 

- Ruskin and the English Lakes. 1901. ill. - R041 

- Valete, Tennyson and other memorial poems. 1893. - - 101 R 
Rawson, Guillermo, Biografia ; por J. Larrain. 1893. port. - R171 
Raymond (Walter) The book of crafts and character. - 11 R2 

- The book of simple delights. 11 Rl 

Raynal (W. T.) The Europeans in the East and West Indies. 

1798. 6 v. port. maps. 90818-23 

Rea (Alice) Dalef oik [a novel]. - - 81 Rl 

Reade (Chajrles) Readiana. 1896. ------ 82809 

Cremona fiddles. The doctrine of coincidences. The rights and wrongs 
of authors. Hang in haste, repent at leisure Bible characters. [Etc.] 

- The cloister and the hearth, a tale. - - - - - 16 R 8 

- The course of true love never did run smooth. Singleheart 

and doubleface, a romance. - - - - - - 16 R 15 

- The double marriage, or, white lies. 16R14 

- Griffith Gaunt, or, jealousy. 16R11 

- " It is never too late to mend," a romance. - - - 16 R 5 

- The autobiography of a thief, and other histories. - - 16 R 3 

A sequel to "It is never too late to mend." Jack of all trades. A 
hero and a martyr [account of James Lambert of Glasgow]. Wandering heir. 

- The jilt, etc. Good stories of man and other animals. - - 16 R 2 

History of an acre. The Knightsbridge mystery. The kindly jest. 
An old bachelor's adventure. A stroke of business. The Box Tunnel 
What has become of Lord Camelford's body? 

- Love me little, love me long. - - - - - - 16 R 7 

- Hard cash [a sequel to " Love me little, love me long"]. - 16 R 6 

- Peg ^Yoffington. Christie Johnstone. 16 R 9 

- A perilous secret. 16R16 

- Put yourself in his place. 2 copies. 16 R10 

- A simpleton, a story of the day. 16 R 4 

- A terrible temptation, a story. - - - - - - 16 R 13 

- and Boucicault (D.) Foul play. 16R12 

Reading. For list of related subjects, see Books. 

- Field (W. T.) Fingerposts to children's reading. 1907.- - 02812 

- In [Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. 1900. - - E6H1 

- Jacks (W.) Thoughts on books, libraries, and reading. In his 

Singles from life's gathering. 1903. ill.- - - - E1J1 

- Lee (G. S.) The child and the book. 1907. - - - - 02808 
The lost art of reading. 1907. 02807 

- Ruskin (J.) Sesame and lilies [on books, reading, etc.] 1907. 82861 

- Wiggin (K. D.) and Smith (N. A.) What shall children read? 

In their Children's rights. 1892. 17301 

Reading of life, with other poems ; by G. Meredith. 1901. - 701 M 
Readings. For list of related subjects, see Wit and numour. 

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Readings. The golden reciter, prose and verse. 1906. - - 80817 

- Stewart (A.) Comic Scotch readings, ill. .... 82711 

ed. Humorous readings, maistly Scotch, ill. - - - 82708 

Headings and dialogues, maistly Scotch. .... 82709 

Ready -money Mortiboy, a story ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. 49 B 2 

Realist, and other stories ; by E. T. Thurston. .... 25T1 
Reason. For list of related subjects, see Psychology. 

- Kant (I.) Critique of pure reason. 1905. .... 19305 

- Macleane (D.) Reason, thought, and language. 1906. - - 16003 
Rebel of the family ; by Mrs. E. Lynn Linton. - 46L1 
Rebelliau (Alfred) Bossuet [sa vie et son ceuvre]. 1900. - B321 
Recamier, Madame. Herriot (E.) Madame Recamier [a bio- 
graphy]. 1906. 2 v. port. ill. - - - - - R 111-2 

- Williams (H. N.) Madame Recamier and her friends. 1906. port. R113 
Receipts. For list of related subjects, see Arts, Useful. 

- Spon (E.) and others. Workshop receipts. 1902-4. 5 v. -60301-5 
Recitations. See Readings. 

Reckoning; by R. W. Chambers. 35 C 8 

Recoiling vengeance ; by F. Barrett. 20 Bl 

Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn ; by H. Kingsley. - - 26 Kl 

Records and reminiscences ; by Lord R. S. Gower. 1903. ill. G211 

Records of an old vicarage ; by R. Y. Whytehead. 1906. - 82810 
Recreations of a country parson ; by A. K. H. Boyd. 3 v. - E7B2-4 
Recreations of Christopher North; by J. Wilson. 2 v. port. E2W1-2 

Rector ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. ....*. 601 

Red axe ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 9 

Red cockade ; by S. J. Weyman. 44 W 5 

Red Court Farm, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76W31 

A sequel to " The house of Halliwell," 76 W22. 

Red derelict ; by B. Mitford. - 96 Ml 

Red diamonds ; by J. McCarthy. 4M10 

Red morn ; by M. Pemberton. 28 P 3 

Red o' the feud ; by EL Sutcliffe. 2 copies. - - - - 144 SI 

A sequel to " Shameless Wayne," 144S2. 

Red republic, a romance ; by R. W. Chambers. 2 copies. - 35 C 4 

Red Saunders' pets, and other critters ; by H. W. Phillips. - 56 PI 

Red Spider [a novel] ; by S. Baring Gould. - - - - 43G5 

Redemption. Hall (R.) The substitution of the innocent for 

the guilty. In his Works, v. 1. 1832. - 20806 
Redesdale (Algernon B. F. Mitford, Lord) Tales of old Japan. 76 Rl 

Redgauntlet ; by Sir W. Scott. - - - - - - - 35 S 15 

Redpath (Henry A. ) Ezekiel ; with notes. 1907. plans. - 22505 

Reds of the Midi ; by F. Gras. 54 Gl 

Reed (Sir Edward J.) The stability of ships. 1885. ill. - 62613 

Reed's Guide to yacht, trawler, and launch engines. 1904. ill. 62113 

- Iron and steel founding ; by 0. Wylie. 1905. ill. - - 67202 

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Reedyford, or, creed and character; by S. K. Hocking. - - 67H17 
Reflection. Coleridge (S. T.) Aids to reflection. - - - 24202 

Reform. Bosanquet (B.) Individual and social reform. In hi* 

Essays. 1899. E3B1 

Reformation. For related subjects, see Church history. 

- Christie (G.) The influence of letters on the Scottish reforma- 

tion. 1908. 27039 

- Froude (J. A.) Influence of the reformation on the Scottish 

character. In his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - - - E1F1 

- In Luther (M.) Schrif ten. 27040 

Anden Christlichen Adel deutscher Nation. Freyheyt eynisz Christen 
menschen. Wider den falsch genantten geystlichen stand des Babst und 
der Bisckoffen. An die Radherrn aller stedte dentsches Lands. [Etc.] 

- Mitchell (A. F.) The Scottish reformation. 1900. - - - 27502 
Reformers. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Corbett (J.) and others. The reformers. 1885. - - - 99812 

Wyclif ; by J. Corbett. Hus ; by D. McLean. Savonarola; by J. P. 
Mitchell. Erasmus ; by J. Meiklejohn. Luther ; by M. ML Dickie. Calvin ; 
by J. Orr. Lollards of Kyle and other precursors of the Scottish reformat 
tion ; by W. Dickie. Patrick Hamilton and George Wiskart ; 
John Knox ; by J. Brown. 

Refrigeration. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Leask (A. R. ) Refrigerating machinery. 1907. ill. 
Refugees, a tale of two continents ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. 
Regent's daughter ; by A. Dumas. 

"Sequel to ' The conspirators,' " 58D11. 
Reginald Hetherege [a story] ; by H. Kingsley. - 
Reich (Emil) Failure of the 'Higher criticism.' 1905. 
Reichstadt, Due de. Guerber (H. A. ) Marie-Louise et le due de 
Reichstadt ; with notes. 1902. port. - - - - 
Reid (Alan) and Kirk (W.) Royal Dunfermline. 1906. ill. - 

- ed. The bards of Angus and the Mearns. 1897. ill. 
Reid (H. M. B. ) A country parish, pastoral theology [etc.] 1908. 
Reid (Robert) and others. Glasgow past and present. 3 v. - 
Reid (Stuart J.) Life and times of Sydney Smith. 1896. ill. 
Reid, Thomas. Fraser (A. C.) Thomas Reid [a biography]. 189S. 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 10. 1858. - 
Reinach (S.) Apollo, manual of the history of art. 1907. 
Reincarnation. See Transmigration. 
Reisebilder ; by H. Heine. In his Prose writings. - 
Rejected addresses [poems] ; by J. and H. Smith. 1879. 
Release ; by C. M. Yonge. 

A sequel to "Stray pearls," 5Y13. 
Relentless city ; by E. F. Benson. .... 
Religio medici ; by Sir T. Browne. .... 
Religio poetye, etc. [essays] ; by C. K. D. Patmore. 1893 
Religion. In Avebury (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893 

- Balmforth (R.) The new reformation. 1893. - 

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Religion. Bosanquet (B. ) The kingdom of God on earth. In his 

Essays and addresses. 1899. E3B1 

- Dick (T.) The philosophy of religion. 20102 

- Hall (R.) Zeal without innovation. In his Works, v. 4. 1841. 20809 

- Hegel (G. W. F.) Philosophie der Religion. In his Werke, 

v. 11-12. ... 19318-9 

- Heine (H.) Religion and philosophy. In his Prose writings.- E2H1 

- Horton (J.) My search for truth, and what I found. 1902. - 20101 

- Hume (D.) The natural history of religion. In his Essays. - E1H1 

- Jackson (A. G. ) ed. The missioner's manual of anecdotes. - 24404 

" For preachers, catechists, and Sunday schoolteachers." 

- Jowett (B.) The interpretation of Scripture, essays. - - 20408 

On conversion and changes of character. Casuistry. Natural religion. [Etc.] 

- Lang (C. G.) Principles of religious education. 1906. - - 37701 

- Lilly (W. S.) Studies in religion and literature. 1904. - - E2L1 

- Miiller (P. Max) Anthropological religion. 1892. - - - 20407 

- - Introduction to the science of religion. 1899. - - - 20402 
Lectures on the origin and growth of religion. 1898. - - 20401 

- - Natural religion. 1889. 20405 

Physical religion. 1891. 20406 

- Otto (R.) Naturalism and religion. 1907. .... 21001 

- In Richter (J. P. F.) Werke, v. 1. 83826 

- See also Bible. Church. Church history. Devotional exercises. 

Fanaticism. Hymns. Mysticism. Pilgrimages. Religions. 
Theology. Theology, Pastoral. Worship. 
Religion and science. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Bell (Sir G.) The hand, its mechanism. 1885. ill. - - 21507 

- Browne (J. H.B.) The warfare of science [a review]. In his Essays. E6B1 

- Chambers (R.) Vestiges of the natural history of creation. - 21504 
Explanations, a sequel to " Vestiges of the natural history 

of creation." 1845. 21505 

- Draper (J. W.) The conflict between religion and science. 1904. 21502 

- Drummond (H. ) Natural law in the spiritual world. 1887. - 21503 

- Kinns (S.) Graven in the rock. 1907. ill - 23914 

"The historical accuracy of the Bible confirmed by reference to Assyrian 
and Egyptian monuments." 

- Macmillan (H.) Bible teachings in nature. 1903. - - - 23909 

- - The Sabbath of the fields. 1901. 23910 

" A sequel to ' Bible teachings in nature.' " 

- Mallock (W. H.) Religion as a credible doctrine. 1903. - 21501 

- Miller (H.) The testimony of the rocks. 1857. ill. - - 55002 

- In Tyndall (J.) Fragments of science, v. 2. 1902. - - 50410 

The Belfast address [1874] and apology. J. Martineau and the Belfast 
address. 

- Williamson (J.) Science in living, and the Creator's purpose 

in human life. 21506 

Religion of the crescent [Mohammedanism] ; by W. St. C. Tisdall. 29702 

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Religions. For list of related subjects, see Religion. 

- Curtiss (S. I.) Primitive Semitic religion to-day. 1002. ill. - 29901 

- In Lyall (Sir A. C.) Asiatic studies, v. 2. 1907. - - - 94708 

Origins and interpretations of primitive religions. "The golden bough," 
a study in primitive religions. 

- M tiller (F. Max) Proper use of Holy Scriptures. In his Works. E2M1 

- Price (E. D.) The story of religions. .... 20901 

- See also Brahmanism. Buddhism. Hinduism. Mohammedanism. 

Mythology. Paganism. Taoism. For religions not generally 
known by specific names see under the following names of 
countries :— China. Egypt. India. Japan. 

Remarkable rocket [a story] ; by O. Wilde. - - - - 96 W 2 

Rembrandt. Bell(M.) Rembrandt [a biography]. 1907. bibl. ill. R181 

Remington (John S.) The education of to-morrow. 1907. - 37011 

Reminiscences of eighty years ; by J. Urie. 1908. ill. - - U011 

Renan (Ernest) Life of Jesus ; trans, by W. G. Hutchison. - 23211 

- Origins of Christianity, the Gospels. 22714 

- Origins of Christianity, the apostles. 22602 

- Poetry of the Celtic race's, and other studies. - - - - E1R1 

What is a nation ? Islamism and science. Marcus Aurelius. Spinoza. 
Henri- Frederic Amiel. [Etc.] 

Rennie, John. In Smiles (S. ) Lives of the engineers, v. 2. port. 99708 

Rennie (Sir John) Autobiography. 1875. port. - - R151 

Renwick (James) Poems and sonnets. 1897. - - - - 801 R 

Repairs. Leland (C. G. ) Mending and repairing. 1896^ ill. - 68002 

Repentance Tower, and its tradition ; by G. Neilson. 1895. ill. 92013 

Repousse. See Brass. 

Repplier (Agnes) Compromises. 1904. E4R1 

Our belief in books. The pilgrim's staff. A Quaker diary [Elizabeth 
Drinker]. The headsman. Consecrated to crime. Allegra. [Etc.] 

Representative men, lectures ; by R. W. Emerson. 1899. - E1E9 

Reproach of Annesley, a novel ; by Maxwell Gray. 2 copies. - 57 G 2 

Reptiles. Seeley (H. G.) Dragons of the air. 1901. bibl. ill. 56801 

"An account of extinct flying reptiles." 

Republicanism. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Linton ( W. J.) The English republic. 1891. - 32106 
Res judicata, papers and essays ; by A. Birrell. 1896. - - E4B3 

Resurgam ; by L. T. Meade. 76 M 4 

Resurrection. See Future state. Jesus Christ. 

Return of Sherlock Holmes ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - 51 D 19 
Sherlock Holmes series, No. 6. 

Return of the native ; by T. Hardy. 21 H 5 

Reunion. In Dubois. Voyages, 1669-72. 1897. bibl. ill. maps. 96201 

Revelation. See Bible. 

Reviewing. Copleston (E.) Advice to a young reviewer. In 

Famous pamphlets. E8M1 

Revivals. Hutton (J. E.) Moravian contribution to the evan- 
gelical revival in England, 1742-55. In Historical essays. 90409 

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Rex Raynor, artist, a story ; by 8. K. Hocking. - - - 67 H 21 

Reynard the fox ; by J. A. Froude. In his Short studies, v. 1. E1F1 

Reynolds (Mrs. L. B.) The dream and the man. - - - 22R1 

Rhead (G. W.) Chats on costume. 1906. ill.- - - - 39101 
Rhetoric. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 

- Bain (A. ) English composition and rhetoric. 1893-9. 2 v. -80802-3 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 10. 1897. - - E2D1 

- Hart (J. S.) Manual of composition and rhetoric. 1901. - 80812 

- Stevenson (R. L.) Elements of style in literature. In his 

Essays on the art of writing. 1905. .... 80807 

- Whately (R.) Elements of rhetoric. 1841. .... 80814 
Additions to "Elements of rhetoric." 1846. - ~- - 80815 

- See also Debating. Elocution. Gesture. Oratory. Public meetings. 

Rhoda Fleming, a story ; by G. Meredith. 82 M 3 

Rhodes, Cecil J. In Griffith (G. ) Men who have made the Empire. 99607 

Rhodesia. DuToit(S. J. ) Rhodesia, past and present. 1897. ill. 96503 
Rhodes (Walter E.) The Italian bankers in England and their 

loans to Edward I. -II. In Historical essays. 1907. - 90409 

Rhymes without reason ; by A. Hopwood. 1904. - - - 201 H 

Rhys (John) Celtic Britain. 1882. maps. .... 91323 

Ribot (Theodtjle) Diseases of memory, an essay. 1898. - - 13202 

Rice (Alice H.) Mrs. Wiggs of the cabbage patch. 2 copies. - 79R1 

- Sandy. - 79R2 

Rice (James) joint- author. See Besant (Sin Walter). 

Richard II. Tait (J.) Did Richard II. murder the Duke of 

Gloucester? In Historical essays. 1907. - - - 90409 

Richard (James W.) Philip Melanchthon [his life]. 1898. ill. M031 

Richard Carvel [a romance] ; by W. Churchill. 2 copies.- - 47 C 2 

Richard der Dritte, Trauerspiel ; von C. F. Weisse. - - - 83202 

Richard Raynal, solitary, History of; by R. H. Benson. - - 126B1 

Richard Rosny [a novel] ; by Maxwell Gray. - - - 57 G 5 

Richards (Brixley) ed. The songs of Wales, mas. - - - 78423 

Richards (Henry C.) Candidates' and agents' guide, elections. 32401 

Richardson (Charles F.) The choice of books. 1881. - - 02804 

Richardson, Samuel. /wBirrell (A.) Res judicatae. 1896.- - E4B3 

- Dobson (H. A.) Richardson at home. In his Vignettes, v. 2. 1894. E3D2 
Samuel Richardson [a biography]. 1902. .... R071 

- In Graham (H. G.) Literary and historical essays. 1908. - E1G1 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Richardson's novels. In Hours in a library. E6S1 
Richelieu, or, a tale of France ; by G. P. R. James. - - - 6 J 22 
Richter (Jean P. F. ) Werke. 6 v. bibl. mem. port. 

1. Kleine Schriften zur Philosophie und Religion. Satirenund Idyllen, 
83826. 2. Des Quintus Fixlein Leben bis auf unsere Zeiteu. Blumen, Frucht, 
und Dornenstucke, 31 Rl. 3. Blumen, Frucht, und Dornenstiicke, 31 R 2. 
4-5. Titan, 31 R 3. 6. Flegeljahre, 31 R 4. 

- Analects ; trans, by T. De Quincey. E2D3 

- Levana, or, the doctrine of education. 1901. --'-,- 37001 

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Richter ( JEAN P. F.) Tales; trans, by T. Carlyle. - - - 128M1 
Richter, Jean P. F. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. 1, 3. - - E2C5, E2C7 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 11. 1897. - - E2D2 
Rickett (Arthur) The vagabond in literature. 1906. ill. - 99916 

Riddell (Mrs. J. H.) Austin Friars. 33R1 

Riddle ring, a novel ; by J. McCarthy. 4M7 

Ridge (William Pett) A breaker of laws. - - - - 34 Rl 

- Next door neighbours. - - - - - - - 34 R 2 

- Outside the radius, stories. 34R3 

Riding. See Horsemanship. 

Riehl, Wilhelm H. von. Eliot (George) The natural history of 

German life, Riehl. In her Essays and leaves. 1884. - E2E1 

Rienzi, the last of the Roman tribunes ; by Lord Lytton. - - 73 L 16 

Rifle. Hall (M.) Practical rifle shooting. 1906. ill. - - 35510 

- Newitt (E. J. D.) The citizen rifleman. 1906. ill. - - 79946 
Right. Hegel (G. W. F.) Philosophic des Rechts. In his Werke. 19313 
Riley (H. T.) ed. Dictionary of Latin quotations. 1850.- - 87804 
Rise of Iskander ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. - - - 31 B 6 
Rita. An old rogue's tragedy. - - - - - - 36 Rl 

- Prince Charming, a fantastic episode. - - - - 36 R 2 
Ritchie (Anne T., Lady) Bluebeard's keys, and other stories. - 37R3 

Riquet a la houppe. Jack and the bean-stalk. The white cat. 

- Miss Angel. Fulham Lawn, - r 37 R 4 

- Mrs. Dymond. 37R2 

- Old Kensington. - - 37R6 

- To Esther, and other sketches. 37 Rl 

Out of the world. Making merry. Sola. Moretti's campanula. 

- The village on the cliff. - - - 37 R 5 

Ritchie, David. Brown (J.) The Black Dwarf's bones. In his 

Horse subsecivae, v. 2. 1897. E1B3 

Ritchie (David G. ) Darwinism and politics. 1901. - - - 30103 

- Philosophical studies. 1905. mem. port. .... 10403 

- The principles of state interference, essays. 1902. - - 32302 
Ritschlianism. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Orr (J.) Ritschlianism, essays. 1903. 23001 

Ritson (Joseph) John Carville, artist, a story. - 74R1 

RiTTER (Frederic L. ) The history of music. 1892. mus. - 78011 

River [a novel] ; by E. Phillpotts. 41 PI 

Rivers. In Tyndall (J.) The forms of water. 1899. ill- - 55112 

Roads. Aitken (T.) Road making and maintenance. 1907. ill. 62701 

- Cochrane (C. H.) The evolution in vehicles and roadways. In 

his Modern industrial progress. 190L ill. - - - 67002 

Roark (Ruric N.) A general outline of pedagogy. 1900.- - 37106 

'Rob Roy.' MacGregor ( J. ) ' Rob Roy ' on the Baltic, ill. maps. 94103 

The voyage alone in the yawl ' Rob Roy.' 1880. ill. - 91502 

Rob Roy [a romance]; by Sir W. Scott. 35 S 8 

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Robarts (E.) ed. The book of games. 1907. ill. - - - 79003 

Robber, or, in the days of Charles II. ; by G. P. R. James. - 6J23 

Robbery under arms, a story ; by Rolf Boldrewood. 2 copies. - 71 B 6 
Robert the Bruce. See Bruce, Robert the. 

Robert (Adrien) La princesse Sophie [un roman]. - - - 80 Rl 

Robert Elsmere [a novel] ; by Mrs. H. Ward. - - - - 13 W 4 

Robert Falconer [a novel] ; by G. MacDonald. - - - - 10 M 7 

Robert Orange ; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. - 106C4 

"A sequel to ' The school for saints,' " 106 C 5. 

Robert Wreford's daughter ; by E. J. Worboise. - - - 81W43 

Roberton (William) The novel-reader's handbook. 1899. - 02813 

Roberts (Charles G. D. ) The heart that knows. - - - 41 Rl 

Roberts (Earl) Forty-one years in India. 1905. port, ill maps. R012 

[Roberts (Margaret K)] Saint Catherine of Sieo a. 1906. ill. C091 

Robertson (Alex.) The Roman Catholic Church in Italy. 1905. 28201 

Robertson (John) Pastoral counsels [Christian life]. 1865. - 24802 

Robertson (John D. ) Coinage of Scotland [1107-1714]. 1878. ill. 73701 

Robertson (John M.) The eight hours question. 1899. - - 33105 

- Modern humanists. 1901. 99803 

" Sociological studies of Carlyle, Mill, Emerson, Arnold, Ruskin, and 
Spencer." 

- Pioneer humanists [biographical sketches]. 1907. - - - 99811 

- ed. Courses of study [guide to books]. 1904.- - - - 02802 
Robertson, William. In Graham (H. G.) Scottish men of letters. 99908 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 10. 1858. 19227 

Robespierre, M. M. I. In Morley (Viscount) Miscellanies, v. 1. E5M2 

Robin Brilliant ; by Mrs. H. E. Dudeney. 57D1 

Robins (Elizabeth) A dark lantern, a story. - - - 46 Rl 

Robinson (Ben. C.) Bench and bar, reminiscences. 1894. port. R101 
Robinson (F. E.) joint -author. See Pendlebury (Charles). 

Robinson (Frederick W.) Carry's confession. - - - 50 Rl 

- Poor humanity. 50R2 

Robinson (W.) and others. English flower garden [etc.] ill. - 71602 

Robinson Crusoe ; by D. Defoe. 2 copies. 25 Dl 

Robinson der Jiingere ; von J. H. Campe ; with notes. 1904. - 43823 
Rocks. For list of related subjects, see Geology. 

- Harker (A.) Petrology for students. 1908. bibl. ill. - - 55202 

- Kinahan (G. H.) A handy-book of rock names. 1873. - - 55201 
Rocquain (Felix) The revolutionary spirit preceding the French 

revolution. 1894. 93104 

Rodbertus (Karl) Overproduction and crises. 1898. - - 33208 
Rodd (Sir James R.) Princes of Achaia and the chronicles of 

Morea. 1907. 2 v. map. - - - - - -93814-5 

Roden's corner ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 M 8 

Roderick Hudson [a novel] ; by a H. James. .... 7 J14 

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Rodney, G. Brydges, Lord. Hamilton (Sir H. V .) Rodney. In 

From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - 
Rodney Stone [a romance] ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - 
Rodway (JAMBS) The story of forest and stream. 1896. ill. - 

- The West Indies and the Spanish Main. 1899. ill. map. - 
Roe (Euward P.) The earth trembled. 

- His sombre rivals. - - - - - - - 56 R 7 

- What can she do ? a story. 56R11 

- Without a home. 56 R 5 

147 S 4 

35102 
72009 
93001 
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Roger Marcham's ward ; by A. S. Swan. .... 
Rogers (F.) and Millar (F.) Old age pensions, pro [and] con 
Rogers (Frederick) The architect's guide. 1894. ill. - 
Rogers (James E. T.) Holland [a history]. 1897. ill- map. 

- Six centuries of work and wages. 1903. 

- The history of work and wages. 1902. - 

Chapters from "Six centuries of work and wages." 

Rogers (James G.) Unchanging faith [Christian evidences]. - 23905 

Rogers (Samuel) Poetical works, mem. 201 R 

Roland Yorke ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - - - 76 W 32 

" A sequel to ' The Channings,' " 76 Wl. 

Roling (Johank) [Gedichte]. In Erste schlesische Schule. - 83109 

Romaine, William. In Ryle (J. C.) Christian leaders, 1899. - 99814 
Roman Catholicism. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Barry (W.) The Papal Monarchy, 590-1303. 1902. ill. map. 91001 

- Froude (J. A.) Revival of Romanism. In his Short studies, v. 3. E1F3 

- Hall (R.) Popery. In his Works, v. 4. 1841. - - - 20809 

- Leith (W. F.) ed. Narratives of Scottish Catholics under Mary 

Stuart and James VI. 1885. 27511 

- McCarthy (M. J. F.) Priests and people in Ireland. 1906. ill. 92614 

- Robertson (A.) The Roman Catholic Church in Italy. 1905. 28201 

- See also Monasticism. Port-Royalists. 

Roman d'un jeune homme pauvre ; par O. Feuillet ; with notes. 44818 

Roman singer ; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C 8 

Romance of Canvas Town ; by Rolf Boldrewood. - - 71 Bl 

Romance of Jenny Harlowe [etc.] ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 19 

Romance of poisons [stories] ; by R. Cromie and T. S. Wilson. - 138 CI 

Romance of two worlds ; by Marie Corelli. - - - 89 C 8 

Romance of war, or, the Highlanders in Spain ; by J. Grant. - 51 G 7 

Romance of Zion Chapel ; by R. Le Gallienne. - 31L2 

Romanes (George J.) Animal intelligence. 1904. - - - 59105 

- Jelly-fish, star-fish, sea-urchins. 1885. ill. - 59301 
Romans. Plutarch. Lives. 10 v. - - - 88802-11 

Lives of Coriolanus, Caesar, Brutus, and Antonius. - - 88823 

Romans, Epistle to the. See Bible. 

Romanticism. For list of related subjects, see Literature. 
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Romanticism. Foster (J.) The application of the epithet 

romantic. In his Essays. 1838. - - - - E2F1 

Romany Rye ; by G. Borrow. 74B2 

" A sequel to ' Lavengro,' " 74 Bl. 

Rome. Allcroft (A. H.) and Masom (W. F.) History of Rome 

to 14 ad. 1893. maps. 93638 

- Becker (W. A.) Gallus, scenes of the time of Augustus, ill. - 93611 

- Caesar (Julius) The Gallic war [Latin text] ; with notes. - 47805 
Tales of the civil war [Latin text] ; with notes, ill. maps. 47808 

- Cicero. Stories of Roman history [Latin text] ; notes, ill. - 47806 

- Dennie(J.) Rome of to-day and yesterday. 1904. ill. maps. 93610 

- Gibbon (E.) Decline and fall of the Roman Empire. 3 v. - 93613-5 

- Oilman (A.) Rome to [29 B.C.] 1885. ill. maps. - - - 93601 

- Goethe (J. \Y. von) Zweiter Aufenthalt in Rom. In his Werke. 83832 

- Greenidge (A. H. J.) A history of Rome. 1904. v. 1. maps. 93604 

- Harrison (F. ) Rome revisited. In his Meauing of history [etc.] 90404 

- Holmes (W. G.) Age of Justinian and Theodora. 1905-7. 2 v. 93639 40 

"A history of the sixth century a.d." 

- Jones (H.S.) The Roman Empire, B.C. 29- a.d. 476. 1908. ill. maps. 93635 

- Liddell (H. G.) History of Rome to [30 B.C.] bibl. ill. maps. 93633 

- Livy. Legends of ancient Rome [Latin text]; with n r< "es. ill. 47811 

- Merivale(C) The Romans under the Empire. 1890. 8v. maps. 93616 23 

- Miller (W.) Mediaeval Rome, 1073-1600. 1901. ill. map. - 93602 

- Nepos (Cornelius) Selections [Latin text] ; with notes. - - 47809 

- Pais (E. ) Ancient legends of Roman history. 1906. ill. maps. 93624 

- Porter (M. W.) What Rome was built with. 1907. bibl. - 93634 

" A description of the stones employed for its building and decoration." 

- Ramsay (Lady) and others. Studies in history and art of the 

eastern provinces of the Roman Empire. 1906. ill. maps. 93637 

Tsaurian and East-Phrygian art in the third and fourth centuries after 
Christ; by A. M. Ramsay. Smyrna as described by the orator Aelius 
Aristides ; by W. M. Calder. Explorations in Lycaonia and Isauria, 1904; 
by T. Callander. Paganism and Christianity in the upper Tembris Valley; 
by J. G. C. Anderson. Exploration in Phrygia and Lycaonia ; by Sir W. M. 
Ramsay. The war of Moslem and Christian for the possession of Asia 
Minor ; by Sir W. M. Ramsay. The Tekmoreian Guest-Friends ; by Sir 
W. M. Ramsay. [Etc.] 

- Ramsay (W. ) Roman antiquities. 1901. ill. plans. -* - 93627 

- Smith (Sir W.) Smaller history of Rome [to a.d. 117]. ill. maps. 93628 

- Story (W. W.) Roba di Roma. 1871. 93636 

A description of life in modern Rome. 

- Tacitus. Works. 2 v. 87801-2 

1. The annals. 2. The history. 

- Wilkins (A. S.) Roman antiquities. 1905. ill. plans. - - 93626 
Rome [a novel] ; by E. Zola. 5Z3 

A sequel to " Lourdes," 5Z1. 
Romer (MPwS.) A pilgrimage to the temples and tombs of Egypt, 

Nubia, and Palestine in 1845-6. 1846. 2 v. ill. - - 95703-4 
Romola [a novel] ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. - 22E8 

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Rondelet, Guillaume. In Kingsley (C.) Lectures. 1902. 90411 

Ronsard, Pierre de. In Bailey (J. C.) French poetry. 1907. - 84102 

- Wyndham (6.) Ronsard and la Pleiade ; with selections. - 84101 
Rood (Ogden N.) Colour, with applications. 1890. ill. - - 53504 
Rooke, Sir George, Adm. Fitzgerald (C. C. P.) Rooke. In From 

Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. 99609 

Roopek (Emily F. ) joint-author. See Brietzcke (Helen K. ) 

Roosevelt (Theodore) Good hunting, in pursuit of big game. - 79937 

- Gouverneur Morris [a biography]. 18S8. .... M251 

- Thomas Hart Benton [a biography]. 1886. - - - - B341 
Root (J. W.) Studies in British national finance. 1901. - - 33605 
Roscoe, William, Life^of ; by H. Roscoe. 1833. 2 v. port. ■ R141-2 
Rose (John H.) Detention of Napoleon at St. Helena. In Essays. 90409 

- The European nations, 1870-190U. 1905. maps, plans. - 91032 
Rose. Wright (\V. P. ) Practical rose growing. 1907. ill. - 71609 
Rose d'Albret, or, the leaguers ; by G. P. R. James. - - 6 J 24 
Rose Island, a love adventure at sea ; by W. Clark Russell. - 75R18 

Rose of the world ; by A. and E. Castle. 30 C 4 

Rosebeky (Earl or) Lord Randolph Churchill [life]. 1906. - C241 

- Sir Robert Peel [an essay]. 1899. P051 

- Wallace, Burns, Stevenson, appreciations. 1905. port. ill. - 99612 

- and others. The book of the jubilee, 1451-1901. 1901. ill. - 37802 

" In commemoration of the ninth jubilee of the University of Glasgow." 

Rosegger (Peter) Earth and the fullness thereof, a romance. - 59 Rl 
Rosemary in search of a father ; by C. N. and Mrs. A. M. Williamson. 95W1 

Rosenresli ; von J. Spyri ; with notes. 1904. .... 43824 

Rosenthal (I.) Physiology of muscles and nerves. 1895. ill. - 61201 

Rosicrueians. De Quincey (T. ) Rosicrucians and freemasons. 

With his English opium-eater. E2D3 

Rosine [a story] ; by G. J. W T hyte Melville. - - - - 79 M 15 

Ross (John D. ) ed. Early critical reviews on Burns. 1900. - B193 

- Highland Mary [Mary Campbell]. 1894. - - - - C341 
Ross (Martin) joint -author. See Somerville (Edith (E.) 

Ross (Peter) Kingcraft in Scotland, and other essays. - - E3R1 

Ross (W t illiam) Aberdour and Inchcolme. 1885. - - - 92506 
Rossendale. Newbigging (T. ) Rossendale, past and present. 

In his Sketches and tales. 1883. - ' - - - - E1N1 

Rossetti (Christina G.) Poetical works. 1904. mem. port. - 501R 

Rossetti (Dante G.) Family letters. 1895. 2 v. mem. port. ill. R031-2 

- Poems. 1900. - 301 R 

Rossetti, Dante G. In Brooke (S. A.) Clough [etc.] 1908. - 82420 

- Dunn (H. T.) Rossetti and his circle. 1904. port. ill. - - R033 
Rossetti (Maria F.) A shadow of Dante. 1896. ill. - - D162 
Rossmoyne [a novel] ; by Mrs. M. W. Hungerford. - - - 104H1 
Rothiemurchus [a description] ; by H. Maemillan. 1907. ill. - 92208 

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ROU GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Roubillac, Louis F. Dobson (H. A.) "Little Roubillac." In 

his Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 2. 1894.- - - E3D2 

Roughing it; by Mark Twain. 52T5 

Roumania. In Miller (W.) The Balkans [a history]. 1899. ill. 93902 

Round about a great estate [nature] ; by R. Jefferies. 1894. - 50418 

Round our square ; by H. Corkran. ------ 140C1 

Round the galley fire [stories] ; by W. Clark Russell. - - 75 R 20 

Round the Horn before the mast ; by A. B. Lubbock. 1907. ill. 90816 

Roundabout papers ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 5 

Rousseau (Jean J.) The social contract, political right. - - 32004 

Rousseau, Jean J. Collins (J. C.) Rousseau in England. 1908. 99929 

- Lowell (J. R. ) Rousseau and the sentimentalists. In his 

English poets, etc. 82206 

- In Merlet (G.) et Lintilhac (E.) Etudes litteraires, v. 2. - 84002 

- Morley (Viscount) Rousseau [a biography]. 2 v. - - - R 061-2 

- Stephen (Sir L. ) Cowper and Rousseau. In Hours in a library. E6S2 
Rowe (Eleanor) Practical wood-carving. 1907. ill. - - 73601 
Rowe (Nicholas) Some account of the life, etc., of Mr. William 

Shakespear, 1709. In Eighteenth century essays. 1903. 82504 

Rowe (R. P. P.) and others. Rowing. 1898. ill. maps. - 79705 

Rowena ; by A. Giberne. - 23G1 

Rowing. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- East (W. G.) Rowing and sculling. 1904. ill. - - - 79712 

- Rowe (R. P. P.) and others. Rowing. 1898. ill. maps. - 79705 
Rowlands, Daniel. In Ryle (J. C. ) Christian leaders. 1899. - 99814 

Rowlands (Eefie A.) Pretty Penelope. 83R1 

Rowl.es (Wm. F. ) How to make and manage a garden. 1905. ill. 71201 
Rowley (Anthony). See Guthrie (Arthur). 

Rowley, William. In Swinburne (A. C. ) The age of Shakespeare. 82524 
Rowntree (Joseph) and Sherwell (A.) The temperance prob- 
lem and social reform. 1899. ill. - - - - - 17806 
Royal Academy. Moore (G. ) Our Academicians. In his Modern 

painting. 1893. 75905 

Royal Christopher [a novel] ; by J. H. McCarthy. - - - 137M2 

Royal Georgie [a novel] ; by S. Baring Gould. - - - - 43G4 

Royal Society. In Disraeli (I.) Quarrels of authors, v. 2. 1814. 82843 

Roy's wife ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. 79M6 

Rubaiyat ; by Omar Khayyam. 1907. 101O 

Rudall (Arthur A.) Duties and powers of an arbitrator. 1907. 34706 

Rudy (Charles) Companions in the Sierra. - - - 82 Rl 
Rullion Green. See Pentland. 

Rumford, Count. In Tyndall (J.) New fragments. 1905. - 50411 
Running the blockade, American civil war ; by T. E. Taylor. 1896. 97203 

Rupert, by the grace of God— ; by D. G. McChesney. - - 7M1 

Rupert of Hentzau ; by Anthony Hope. - - - - - 82 H 2 
A sequel to " The prisoner of Zenda," 82 HI. 

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Rural depopulation. Nicholson (J. S.) Rents, wages, and profits 

in agriculture, and their hearing on rural depopulation. 1906. 33101 
Ruskin (John) Thoughts; ed. by H. Attwell. 1904. mem. - 82835 

- Aratra Penteliei, lectures on sculpture. 1901. ill. - - 73001 

- x^riadne Florentina, wood and metal engraving. 1890. ill. - 76001 

- The crown of wild olive, lectures on industry and war. 1904. 30406 

- The eagle's nest, the relation of natural science to art. 1899. 70401 

- The ethics of the dust, on crystallization. 1906. - - - 54901 

- Fors clavigera, letters to workmen. 1900-3. 4 v. ill. - 30407-10 

- " A joy for ever," the political economy of art. 1897. - - 70701 

- Lectures on architecture and painting. 1902. ill. - - 72004 

- Lectures on art. 1903. 70405 

- Modern painters. 1903-4. 6 v. ill. 75802-7 

- Frondes agrestes, readings in * Modern painters.' 1902. - 75808 

- Mornings in Florence, studies of Christian art. 1901. - - 70906 

- Munera pulveris, essays on political economy. 1894. - - 33011 

- On pictures, a collection of criticisms. 1902. 2 v. ill. 75907-8 

- On the old road, miscellaneous essays. 1899. 3 v. - - 70406-8 

1. Art — history and criticism. Pre-Raphaelitisni. Architecture. 2. In- 
augural address, Cambridge School of Art, 185S. Cestus of Aglaia. Picture 
galleries. Minor writings upon art. Notes on natural science. 3. Litera- 
ture. Economy. Theology. An Oxford lecture, 1878. 

- Poems; ed. by W. G. Collingwood. 1891. 2 v. - - - 701-2R 

- Prseterita, my past life. 1899-1907. 3 v. ill. - - - R043-5 

- Queen of the air, Greek myths of cloud and storm. 1887. - 29201 

- St. Mark's rest, the history of Venice. 1902. - - - 70907 

- Sesame and lilies. 1907. 82861 

Of king's treasuries [books and reading]. Of queen's gardens [the 
life and education of women]. The mystery of life and its arts. 

- The seven lamps of architecture. 1906. ill. - - - 72005 

- The stones of Venice. 1903-7. 3 v. ill. .... 72006-8 

- Time and tide, letters on the laws of work. 1894. - - 30404 

- The two paths. 1900. 70402 

"Art and its application to decoration and manufacture." 

- Unto this last, essays on political economy. 1903. - - 33009 

- Val d'Arno, lectures on Tuscan art. 1900. ill. - - - 70908 
Ruskin, John. In Avebury (Lord) Essays and addresses. 1903. E2A2 

- Collingwood (W. G. ) The life of John Ruskin. 1905. bibl port. R046 

- Harrison (F. ) Past and present, a letter to Ruskin. In his 

Choice of books, and other pieces. 1903. - - - E3H1 

- Hobson (J. A.) John Ruskin, social reformer. 1898. port. - 33020 

- Rawnsley (H. D.) Ruskin and the English Lakes. 1901. port. ill. R041 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 
Russel, Alexander. In Graham (H. G. ) Literary essays. 1908. E1G1 
Russell (Bertrand) Principles of mathematics. 1903. v. 1.- 51003 
Russell (Charles T.) Millennial dawn. 1906. v. 1. plan. - 23601 
Russell (Dora) A country sweetheart. 72 Rl 

- The drift of fate. 72 R 2 

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BUS GLASGO W PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Russell (Sir Edward R.) An editor's sermons. 1901. - - 26401 

"On days of the [Anglican] Church year, and other [Anglican] subjects." 

Russell (George W. E.) Seeing and hearing [essays]. 1907. - E2R1 

- Social silhouettes [essays]. 1906. E2R2 

Russell (James) Reminiscences of Yarrow. 1886. port. - 92005 

Russell (William Clark) Betwixt the Forelands. 1889. ill. 91744 

- A book for the hammock [sketches]. 33701 

- Pictures from the life of Nelson. 1897. ill.- - - - N014 

- A voyage to the Cape. 1889. ----.__ 90813 

- Alone on a wide, wide sea. 75 R4 

- The convict ship. 75R6 

- The death ship. 75 R 7 

- The emigrant ship. . - - 75 R 25 

- The frozen pirate. . . - 75 R 26 

- The good ship 'Mohock.' 75R8 

- Heart of oak, a three-stranded yarn. - - . - 75R9 

- In the middle watch [stories]. - 75 R10 

- Is he the man ? 75R11 

- Jack's courtship. 75R27 

- The 'Lady Maud,' schooner yacht. 75R28 

- The last entry. 75Rl2 

- List, ye landsmen ! a romance. 75R34 

- Marooned. 75R2 

- Master Rockafellar's voyage. 75 R 3 

- Mrs. Dines' jewels, a romance. 75R23 

- My Danish sweetheart. - - 75R35 

- My shipmate Louise, the romance of a wreck. - - - 75 R 13 

- The mystery of the ' Ocean Star,' and other sketches. - - 75 R 14 

- An ocean free-lance. 75R29 

- An ocean tragedy. - - . . . . • . . 75R15 

- On the fo'k'sle head [stories]. 75R16 

- The phantom death [and other stories]. 75R17 

- Pretty Polly, a voyage of incident. 75 R 5 

- The romance of Jenny Harlowe, and [other] sketches. - - 75 R 19 

- Rose Island, a love adventure at sea. 75R18 

- Round the galley fire [stories]. 75R20 

- A sailor's sweetheart. 75R30 

- A sea queen, a novel. 75R24 

- A strange voyage. - 75 R 31 

- The tale of the ten, a salt-water romance. - - . - 75 R 21 

- A tale of two tunnels. 75R22 

- The two captains. - . . - 75 R 33 

- What cheer ! 75R1 

- The wreck of the 'Grosvenor.' 75R32 

Russell family. Froude (J. A.) Cheneys and the house of 

Russell. In his Short studies, v. 4. E1F4 

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Russia. In Browne (J. H. B.) Essays, v. 2. 1007. - - - E6B2 

- Joubert (Carl) The truth about the Tsar and Russia. 1905. - 94003 

- Kennard (H. P.) The Russian peasant. 1907. ill - - 94015 

- Martin (R.) The future of Russia. 1900. .... 94002 

- Milton (J.) History of Moscovia [to 1004]. In his Works, v. 5. 82834 

- Morfill (W. R.) Russia [a history, 861-1904]. bibl. ill. map. 94001 

- See also Russo-Japanese war. 

Russian coward ; by F. Whishaw. - - - - - - 46 W 3 

Russian literature. See Literature, Russian. 

Russo-Japanese war. CasselPs History of the Russo-Japanese 

war. 1904-5. 3 v. ill. 95105-7 

- Hamilton (Sir I. S. M.) Staff officer's scrap-book. 1905-7. 2 v. 95116-7 

- See also Port Arthur. Tsu-Shima. 

Ruth, and other tales ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. - - - 10 G 5 

Rutherford (Samuel) Letters; ed. by A. A. Bonar. mem. ill. R081 
Ruthven of Freeland peerage and its critics ; by J. H. Stevenson. R051 
Ryland (Frederick) The story of thought and feeling. - - 15201 
Ryle (John C.) Bp. Christian leaders of last century. 1899. - 99814 
Ryley(Geo. B.)and McCandltsh (J. M.) Scotland's Free Church. 28507 



s 

Saas. Butler (S.) Art in the valley of Saas. In his Essays. 1908. E10B1 
Sabbath. See Sunday. 

Sabbath nights at Pitcoonans. 166 SI 

Sabbath of the fields ; by H. Macmillan. 1901. - - - 23910 
" A sequel to ' Bible teachings in nature,' " 23909. 

Sabina Zembra, a novel ; by W. Black. 62B6 

Sacraments. For list of related subjects, see Church. 

- Beet (J. A.) Church, churches, and the sacraments. 1907. - 27041 

- Paget (F.) Sacraments. In Lux mundi. 1895. - - - 23004 

- See also Lord's Supper. 

Sacred and profane love, and other poems ; by A. Austin. 1908. 202 A 

Sacred fount ; by H. James. 7J2 

Sacrifice. For list of related subjects, see Jesus Christ. 

- Bushnell (H. ) The vicarious sacrifice. 1886. - - - 23225 

- Nicoll (W. R. ) Lamp of sacrifice, sermons. 1906.- - - 23229 
Sagesse et la destinee ; par M. Maeterlinck. 1907. - - - 17106 
Sailing. For list of other sports, isee Sports. 

- Clove Hitch. A handbook on sailing. 1904. ill. - - 79713 
Sailors. See Naval biography. 

Sailor's sweetheart ; by W. Clark Russell. 75R30 

Saint ; by A. Fogazzaro. 56 F 2 

A sequel to " The man of the world," 56 F 3. 
Saint ; par P. Bourget ; with notes. 1907. .... 44810 

295 



SAI GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

St. Albans. Froude (J. A.) Annals of an English abbey. In his 

Short studies on great subjects, v. 3. 1903. - - - E1F3 

St. Andrews. Boyd (A. K. H.) Twenty-five years of St. Andrews, 

1865 90. 1892. 2 v. B022-3 

- - The last years of St. Andrews, 1890-5. 1896. - - - B021 

- Lang (A.) St. Andrews [a history]. 1893. ill. - - - 92503 
St. Aubyn (Alan) A fellow of Trinity. 4S1 

- Mary Unwin. 4S2 

St. Beetha's, or, the heiress of Arne ; by E. J. Worboise. - - 81 W 19 
St. Giles' Cathedral. Chambers (W.) Historical sketch of St. 

Giles' Cathedral. 1881. ill. 27505 

Saint Guido [a story] ; by R. Jefferies. In his The open air. - 50408 

St. Irvyne, a romance ; by P. B. Shelley. 82820 

St. Ives, adventures of a French prisoner ; by R. L. Stevenson. 119 S 9 

St. John (Chas.) Wild sports and natural history, Highlands. - 79940 

St. John (Christopher) Ellen Terry [a biography]. 1907. ill. T101 

St. John (Sir Spencer) Earlier adventures of a naval officer. - 8S1 

St. Mark's rest, the history of Venice ; by J. Ruskin. 1902. - 70907 

St. Martin's eve, a novel ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. - - 76 W 30 

A sequel to " Mildred Arkell," 76W25. 
St. Paul's Cathedral. Dimock (A.) The cathedral church of 

Saint Paul. 1900. bibl. ill. plans. 91722 

Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de. Barine (A.) Bernardin de Saint- 
Pierre [sa vie et son ceuvre]. 1904. port. - - - S301 

St. Ronan's Well ; by Sir W. Scott. 35S16 

Saint Saens, Camille. in Hervey (A.) French music. 1894. port. 99703 

St. Veda's [a novel] ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 11 

St. Vincent, John Jer vis, Earl of. Colomb (P. H.) St. Vincent. 

In From Howard to Nelson. 1907. port. - - - 99609 

Sa'intine (X. B.) Picciola [French text] ; with notes. 1903. - 44812 
Saints. For list of related subjects, see Christian biography. 

- Brown (J. B.) Stoics and saints. 1893. 27029 

The monastic system and its relation to the life of the church. St. 
Bernard, the monastic saint. St. Thomas of Canterbury, the saint as 
ecclesiastical statesman. St. Francis of Assisi and the rise of the mendicant 
orders. St. Louis of France, the saint in secular life. John Wyclif and the 
dawn of the reformation. [Etc.] 

- Froude (J. A.) Lives of the saints. In his Short studies, v. 1. E1F1 
Saints, Battle of the. In Fitchett (W. H.) Fights for the flag. - 91411 
Saintsbury (George E. B.) Essays in English literature, 1780- 

1860. 1895-6. 2 v. 82107-8 

- Sir Walter Scott [a biography]. 1897. S039 

Sakurai (Tadayoshi) Human bullets, Port Arthur. 1907. - 95111 
Salamanca. Calvert (A. F. ) Salamanca, a historical and descrip- 
tive account. 1908. ill. 93424 

- In Fitchett (W. H.) Fights for the flag. 1904. plan. - - 91411 

Salmagundi; by W. Irving. 8ll 

Salmon (Edward) The story of the Empire. 1902. ill. map. 91101 

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Salmon (George) The human element in the Gospels. 1907. - 22701 
Salmon. For list of related subjects, see Fish, fishing. 

- Hardy (A. E. G.) The salmon. 1898. HI. - - 79921 

Natural history, Balling, cookery. 

- Hodgson (W. E.) Salmon fishing. 1906. col. ill. - - 79901 

Salome, drame ; par 0. Wilde. 1908. 1002W 

Salt (Henry S.) Life of Henry D. Thoreau. 1896. - - T071 

Salted almonds [stories and sketches] ; by F. Anstey. - - 35 A 2 
Salvation. For list of related subjects, see Theology. 

- Caird (E.) Salvation, here and hereafter. In Lay sermons. - 25223 

- Street (C. J.) What must I do to be saved? In What do 

Unitarians believe ? 1906. 28801 

- See also Redemption. 

Salving of a derelict ; by M. Drake. 65D1 

Salvo (D.) Method of learning Spanish ; with key. 1907. - 46802 

Sam Slick, the clockmaker ; by T. C. Haliburton. - - - 8H1 

Samuel. Tovey (D. C.) The story of Samuel and Saul. 1S93. UL 22312 

Samuel (J. S.) Scottish history, study and [teaching], 1907. - 91849 

San Sebastian. In Fitchett ( W. H. ) Fights for the flag. 1904. - 91411 

Sanctitication by the truth, sermons; by A. B. O. Wilberforce. 25213 

Sandbach (J. B.) The law of motor cars. 1907. - - - 62203 

Sandeau (Leonard S. J.) Mademoiselle de la Seigliere ; notes. 44814 
Sanders (Frank K. ) and Fowler (H. T. ) Outlines for the study 

of Biblical history and literature. 1907. maps. - - 22102 

Sanderson (F. W.) Hydrostatics for beginners. 1905. ill. - 53206 

Sanderson, Robert, Bp. In Walton (I.) Lives. 1901. - - 79935 

Sandlands (J. P.) Disease, its cause, prevention, cure. 1903.- 61607 

Sandra Belloni [a novel] ; by G. Meredith. 82M15 

Sandy ; by Mrs. A. H. Rice. 79R2 

Sandy Gordon, missionar, a story; by J. Harlaw. - - - 122 HI 
Sanitary engineering. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Hasluck (P. N.) eel. Sanitary construction in building, ill. - 62802 

- Merriman (M.) Elements of sanitary engineering. 1906. ill. 62801 

- See also Drainage. Sewage. Ventilation. Water supply. 
Sanitation. See Health, Public. 

Sanscrit language. See Language, Sanscrit. 

San t Tlario ; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C4 

A sequel to <; Saraeinesca," 113 C 16. 

Santley (Sir Charles) The art of singing. 1908. - - - 78424 

Saracens. Gilman (A.) The Saracens. 1895. bibl. ill. maps.- 94403 

Saraeinesca; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C 16 

Saratoga. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1906. man. plan. 90407 

Sarcey (Francisque) Le siege de Paris ; with notes, port. ill. 44815 

Sarchedon, a legend ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - - - 79 M 7 

Sargent (Dudley A.) Physical education. 1906. - - - 61321 
Sarto, Andrea del. See Andrea del Sarto. 

297 



SAR GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Sartor resartus ; by T. Carlyle. 1893. E2C2 

Sastri (S. ) Ramtanu Lahiri, Brahman and reformer. 1907. ill. L151 

Satanella, a story of Punchestown ; by G. J. Whyte Melville. - 79 M 8 
Satire. For list of related subjects, see Wit and humour. 

- Boileau (N.) Satires. ' Address to the King.' 1904. ill. - 84701 

- Juvenal. Satirse. 87701 

- - Thirteen satires. 87703 

- In Lichtenberg (G. C.) [Werke]. 83822 

- Persius. Satirse. 87701 

- Richter (J. P. F.) Satiren und Idyllen. In his Werke, v. 1. - 83826 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Twenty years of political satire. In 

his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. - - - 82108 

Satterly {J.) joint- author. See Bower (William R.) 
Saul. Tovey (D. C.) The story of Samuel and Saul. 1893. ill. 22312 
Saunt (T. E.) Health for children, a guide. .... 61315 
Savage (Minot J.) Our Unitarian Gospel. In What do Uni- 
tarians believe ? 1906. 28801 

Savage, Richard. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 3. 1781. 99926 
Savage (William G. ) The bacteriological examination of water- 
supplies. 1906. ill. - 62805 

Savage Island. Thomson (B. C.) Savage Island. 1902. ill. map. 99202 

" An account of a sojourn in Niue and Tonga." 

Savonarola, Girolamo ; by J. P. Mitchell. In The reformers. 1885. 99812 

Savrola, a tale; by W. L. S. Churchill. - - - - - 48C1 
Saw-mills. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Blackmur (W. J.) Saw mill work and practice, ill. - - 62307 
Scandinavia. Steveni(W. B.) Scandinavian question. 1905. map. 94109 
Scapegoat, a romance ; by Hall Caine. - - - - - 5C9 
Scarborough. Descriptive guide to Scarborough, ill. maps. - 91741 

Scarlet and hyssop ; by E. F. Benson. 46B4 

Scarlet cloak ; by Audrey De Haven. 63 Dl 

Scarlet letter ; by N. Hawthorne. 41 H 3 

Scarlet Pimpernel, a romance ; by Baroness Orczy. - - - 1302 

Scarlet woman, a novel ; by J. Hocking. 65H3 

Scenes and characters [a story] ; by C. M. Yonge. - - 5Y18 

Scenes of clerical life ; by George Eliot. 22 E 3 

Scepticism. Hall (R.) Modern infidelity. In his Works. 1853. 82822 

Schaff (Philip) Christ and Christianity. 1885. - - - 23019 

Schaff, Philip, Life of ; by D. S. Schaff. 1897. port. - - S051 

Schaffle (Albert E. F.) The quintessence of socialism. 1892. 33514 

- The theory and policy of labour protection. 1893. - - 33109 
Scharff (R. F.) European animals, their geological history and 

geographical distribution. 1907. ill- .... 59114 
Schatzkastlein des rheinischen Hausfreundes ; von J. P. Hebel. 

In his Werke, v. 2. 83828 

Scheffel (Joseph V. von) Der Trompeter von Sakkingen ; notes. 43808 

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SCHILLER (J. C. F. von) Dramas ; trans, by R. D. Boylan and others. 403 S 
Don Carlos. Mary Stuart. The maid of Orleans. The bride of Messina. 

- Dramatic works ; trans, by S. T. Coleridge and others. 1901. 401 S 

Wallenstein. Wilhelm Tell. 

- Early dramas and romances. 1001. 402 S 

The robbers. Fiesco. Love and intrigue. Demetrius. The ghost-seer. 

- Das Lied von der Glocke ; with notes. 1907. port. - - 43822 

- Der Neffe als Onkel ; with notes. 1902. .... 43828 
Schiller, Johann C. F. von. Carlyle (T.) Life of Schiller, port. S131 
Schiller. In his Essays, v. 3. E2C7 

- Miiller (F. Max) Correspondence between Schiller and the 

Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. In his Works, v. 5. - - E2M1 

- - Life of Schiller. In his Works, v. 7. 1898. - - - E2M3 
Schillings (C. G.) With flashlight and rifle. 1906. 2 v. ill. 79942-3 

" Hunting adventures and studies in wild life in equatorial east Africa." 

Schleiermacher, Friedrich D. E. [life]; by R. Munro. bibl. port. S191 
Schlesische Schule, Erste ; von A. Gryphius and others. 2 v. - 83108-9 
Schlesische Schule, Zweite ; von C. H. von Hofmannswaldau 

and others. 2 v. 
1. 83110. 2. 76G1. 
Schlesischen Schule, Die Gegner der zweiten ; von J. C. Giinther 

and others. 2 v. 83111-2 

Schlomka (Clemens) German grammar ; with exercises. 1888. 43802 

- Exercises, German -English and English -German. 1896. - 43803 

A sequel to " German grammar." 

Schlosser, Friedrich C. De Quincey (T.) Schlosser's Literary 

history. In his Collected writings, v. 11. 1897. - - E2D2 

Schmidt (Oscar) Descent and Darwinism. 1891. ill. - - 57504 

- Mammalia in their relation to primeval times. 1894. ill. - 59904 
School-boards. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Douglas (C. M.) and Jones (H.) Scottish education reform. - 37901 

"A scheme of district school boards and a national council." 
School for saints ; by Mrs. P. M. T. Craigie. - - - - 106 C 5 
Schools. For list of related subjects, see Education. 

- Arnold (M.) A French Eton. Schools and universities in 

France. 1892. 37902 

- Page (T. E.) and others. The public schools from within. 1906. 37905 

- Report of the Education Commission of Chicago. 1900. - 37904 

- Swett(J.) American public schools. 1900. .... 37903 

- Thurber (C. H.) Principles of school organization, bibl. - 37105 

" The systems of the United States, England, Germany, and France." 

Schreiner (Olive) Dreams. - 32 S3 

- The story of an African farm, a novel. - - - 32 SI 

- Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland. 32S2 

Schultz (J. W.) My life as an Indian. 1907. ill. - - - S251 

Schulze-Gaevernitz (G. von) Social peace. 1900. - - - 33113 

Schhrz (Carl) Life of Henry Clay. 1887. 2 v. - - . C351-2 

299 



SCH GLASGOW PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Schutzexberger (P.) On fermentation. 1903. ill.- - - 66301 

Schwann (Duncan) The spirit of parliament. 1908. - - 32806 

Schwegler (Albert) The history of philosophy. 1867. - - 10903 

Schwiegersohn ; von R. Baumbach ; with notes. 1896. - - 43813 

Science. In Avebr.y (Lord) The pleasures of life. 1893. - E2A3 

- Bacon (F.) Natural and experimental history, /n Works. 19209-10 

4- Preparative towards a natural and experimental history. 5. History 
of the winds. History of life and death [biology]. History of dense and 
rare. Thoughts on the nature of things. On principles and origins. 
Description of the intellectual globe [astronomy]. [Etc.] 

- Carpenter (E. ) Modern science; The science of the future. 

In his Civilisation, and other essays. 1903. - - - 30402 

- Case (T.) and others. Lectures on the method of science. 1906. 50702 

Scientific method as a mental operation ; by T. Case. Aspects of scientific 
method ; by P. Gotch. Physiology, its scope and method ; by C. S. Sherrington. 
Inheritance in animals and plants [heredity] ; by W. F. R. Weldon. Psycho- 
physical method ; by W. McDougall. The evolution of double stars ; by 
A. H. Fison. Anthropology, the evolution of currency and coinage ; by Sir 
R. C. Temple. [Etc.] 

- Kant (I.) Metaphysical foundations of natural science. 1883. 11001 

- In Kingsley (C. ) Health and education. 1887. - - - E1K3 

- Proctor (R. A.) Light science for leisure hours. 1905-6. v. 1-2. 50412-3 

1. Venus on the sun's face. Britain's coal cellars. Vesuvius. 2. Move- 
ments in the star-depths. Sun's true atmosphere. News from HerscheTs 
planet [Uranus]. The two comets of 1868. Oceanic circulation [Atlantic 
currents]. Climate of Great Britain. The low barometer of the Antarctic 

temperate zone. [Etc.] 

- E.uskin (J.) Eagle's nest, relation of natural science to art. - 70401 
Notes on natural science. In his On the old road, v. 2. - 70407 

- Somerville (M.) The connexion of the physical sciences. 1877. 50101 

- In Timbs (J.) Things not generally known. 1877. 2 v. - 03201-2 

- Tyndall (J.) Fragments of science. 1902. 2 v. map. - 50409-10 

1. Constitution of nature. Radiation. On radiant heat in relation to 
the colour and chemical constitution of bodies. New chemical reactions pro- 
duced by light. Voyage to Algeria to observe the eclipse. Niagara. Parallel 
roads of Glen Roy. Alpine sculpture. Experiments on fog-signals. Study 
of physics. Elementary magnetism. Life and letters of Faraday. 2. Miracles 
and special providences. Matter and force. Scientific use of the imagination. 
The Belfast address [1874] and apology. J. Martineau and the Belfast 
address. Fermentation and its bearings on surgery and medicine. Spon- 
taneous generation. Science and man. Professor Virchow and evolution. 
The electric light. [Etc.] 

New fragments. 1905. 50411 

The Sabbath. Goethe's 'Farbenlehre.' Count Rumford. Louis Pasteur, 
his life and labours. The rainbow and its congeners. Address delivered at 
the Birkbeck Institution, 1884. Thomas Young. Life in the Alps. Personal 
recollections of Thomas Carlyle. Origin, propagation, and prevention of 
phthisis. Old Alpine jottings. [Etc.] 

- Young (J.) The scientific premonitions of the ancients. In his 

Essays. 1904. E1Y1 

See also Astronomy. Biology. Botany. Chemistry. Fossils. Geology. 

Mathematics. Natural history. Nature. Physics. Universe. 

Zoology. 

Science and health [Christian science] ; by Mrs. M. B. G. Eddy. 61505 

Scilly Islands. Uren (J. G. ) Scilly and the Scillonians. ill. - 91715 

300 



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SOOBLE (HERBERT T.) Land treatment of sewage. - - - 62806 

Scoresby, Wm., Life; by R. E. S.Jackson. 1861. bibl. port. ill. map. S271 
Scotland, l, General. Croal (T. A. ) Scottish loch scenery . 1882. ill. 91847 

- Fittis (R. S.) Sports and pastimes of Scotland. 1891. - - 79624 

- Geikie (Sir A.) The scenery of Scotland. 1865. ill. maps. - 55401 

- H. (H. W.) Quiet waters, some streams of Scotland. 1884. - 91820 

- Henderson (T. F.) and Watt (F.) Scotland of to-day. col. ill. 91832 

- Hewat (K.) Scottish themes. In his Half-hours at the manse. E9H1 

- Inglis (H. R. G.) 'Contour' road book of Scotland, ill. maps. 91845 

- Lytteil (W.) Scottish life and language. 1877. map. - - 91819 

- Macpherson (H. C.) Scotland's battles for spiritual indepen- 

dence. 1905. - 27512 

- Todd (G. Eyre) Scotland, picturesque and traditional. 1906. 91803 

- - Sketch-book of the north. 1903. ill. - - - - 91814 

- Wordsworth (D.) Recollections of a tour in Scotland, 1803. - 91831 
Scotland, 2, History. Brown (P. H. ) History of Scotland. 1902-5. 

v. 1-2. bibl. maps. 91826-7 

1. To [1542]. 2. From [1542] to 16S9. 

- In Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization, v. 3. 1903. bibl. - 90305 

- Chambers (R.) Domestic annals of Scotland [1561-1745]. ill. - 91829 

- Elcho (Lord) The affairs of Scotland in 1744-6. bibl. ill. - 91846 

- Graham (H. G.) The social life of Scotland in the eighteenth 

century. 1906. 91806 

- Innes (C.) Scotland in the middle ages. 1860. maps. - - 91843 

- Fergusson (R. M.) Social and religious condition of the 

country in Hume's time. In his Alex. Hume [etc.] 1899. H031 

- Mackenzie (W.M.) Scottish history [81-1874]. 1907. ill. maps. 91842 

- Mackintosh (J.) Scotland to the [19th] century, ill. map. - 91801 

- Mathieson (W. L.) Politics and religion [1550-1695]. 2 v. - 91808-9 

- - Scotland and the Union, 1695-1747. 1905. - - - 91807 

- Michel (F.) Inquiry into the Scottish language. 1882. - - 91821 

" Illustrating the rise and progress of civilisation in Scotland." 

- Munro (R.) Prehistoric Scotland and its place in European 

civilisation. 1899. ill. - - - - - - - 91804 

- Ross (P.) Kingcraft in Scotland, and other essays. - - E3R1 

The progress of popular liberty in Scotland. Scotland under Crom- 
well. [Etc.] 

- Samuel (J. S.) Scottish history, study and [teaching]. 1907. - 91849 

- Scott (Sir W.) Tales of a grandfather. 1898. 2 v. - - 91823-4 

" The history of Scotland to 1746." 

- Smith (G.G.)ed. The days of James IV., 1488-1513. 1890. bibl. ill. 91811 

- Stirling (A. H.) A sketch of Scottish industrial and social 

history in the 18th and 19th centuries. 1906. ill. - - 91805 

- Terry (C. S.) The Scottish parliament, 1603-1707. 1905. - 34206 

- Thomson (T. ) and Annandale (C.) A history of the Scottish 

people. 1893. 6 v. ill. maps. 91834-9 

1. Earliest times to 1329. 2. 1329-1542. 3. 1542-70. 4. 1570-1025. 
5. 1625-1706. 6. 1706-1887. 

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historic annals of Scotland. 1851. ill. - - - 91833 
See also Jacobites. 
Scots. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Burton (J. H.) The Scot abroad. 1883. .... 91813 

- Chambers (W.) Stories of old families. 1887. - - - 99619 

- Davidson (M.) Scotland for the Scots. 1902. - - - 91816 

- Howie (J.) The Scots worthies. - - . - - - - 99602 

- Rosebery (Earl of) Wallace, Burns, Stevenson. 1905. ill. - 99612 

- Taylor (J.) Great historic families of Scotland. 6 v. ill. -99613-8 
Scott (A. B. ) Lectures for club and cloister. 1907. - - - E3S1 

Mr. Kipling's poetry. Little Jack Horner. Christianity and socialism. _.-.,; 
Mary Mother [the Virgin Mary]. The poetry of Burns. 

Scott (Ernest F. ) Fourth Gospel, purpose and theology. 1906. 22702 

Scott (Margaret E.) joint-author.^See Newsholme (Arthur). 

Scott, Michael. In Douglas (Sir G. B. S.) 'Blackwood' group. 1897. 99928 

Scott (Robert H. ) Elementary meteorology. 1903. ill. maps. 55110 

Scott (Sir Walter) Journal, 1825-32. 1891. port. map. - S361 

- Letters to Robert Chambers. 1904. S031 

- Poetical works ; ed. by J. Dennis. 1892. 5 v. mem. port. 202-6 S 
Another edition ; ed. by W. M. Rossetti. mem. port. - 201 S 

- Tales of a grandfather [Scotland to 1746]. 1898. 2 v. - - 91823-4 

- Anne of Geierstein, or, the maiden of the mist. - - - 35 S 23 

- The antiquary. - 35 S 7 

- Betrothed. Chronicles of the Canongate, first series. - - 35S19 

- The Black Dwarf. A legend of Montrose. - - - - 35 S 10 

- The bride of Lammermoor. 35S12 

- Chronicles of the Canongate. 

First series, 35S19; 'First series, continued, 35 S 20; First series, 

concluded, "The surgeon's daughter," 35S25. Second series, "The fair 
maid of Perth," 35S22. 

- Count Robert of Paris. 35S24 

- The fair maid of Perth. Chronicles of the Canongate, second 

series. 35S22 

- The fortunes of Nigel. 2 copies. 35 S3 

- Guy Mannering, or, the astrologer. 2 copies. - - - 35 SI 

- The heart of Midlothian. - - - - * - - - 35S11 

- Ivanhoe, a romance. 2 copies. 35S5 

- Kenilworth. 35S2 

- The monastery. 35S13 

- The abbot, a sequel to "The monastery." 2 copies. - - 35S4 

- Old Mortality. 35 S 9 

- Peveril of the Peak. 35S18 

- The pirate. 35 S 14 

- Quentin Durward. 35S17 

- Redgauntlet. 35S15 

- Rob Roy. 35S8 

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Scott (Sib Walter) St. Ronan'a Well. - - - 35S16 

- The surgeon's daughter. Castle Dangerous. - - - 35 S 25 
The talisman. Chronicles of the Canongate, first series 

[continued]. 35S20 

Waverley, or, 'tis sixty years since. 35 S 6 

- Woodstock, a tale of 1651. - - - - - - 35 S 21 

Scott, Sir Walter. In Carlyle (T.) Essays, v. b'. - - - E2C10 

- Li Couch (A. T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 1896. - E3C1 

- Crockett (\Y. S.) Footsteps of Scott. 1908. col. ill. - - S0310 

- Hay (J.) Sir Walter Scott [a biography]. 1899. - - S032 

- Lockhart (J. G.) Memoirs of Sir Walter Scott. 1900. 5 v. - S 033-7 

- Saintsbury (G. E. B.) The historical novel, Scott and Dumas. 

In his Essays in English literature, v. 2. 1895. - - 82108 
Sir Walter Scott [a biography]. 1897. - - - S039 

- In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 1. 1892. - - E6S1 

- Williams (A. M.) Some characteristics of Scott's poetry. In 

his Early female novelists [etc.] 1904. - . . E1W1 

- Young (C. A.) The Waverley novels, an appreciation. 1907. 82601 
Scott, Wm. A. Rankine (W. H.) A hero of the dark continent. S211 
Scottish chiefs [a romance] ; by J. Porter. - - - - 50 PI 
Scottish language. See Language, Scottish. 

Scottish life. Ford (R.) Thistledown, a book of Scotch humour, 

character [etc.] ill.- 91830 

- Froude (J. A.) Influence of the reformation on the Scottish 

character. In his Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - - - E1F1 

- Hamilton (J. ) Sketches of Scottish life and character. Sketches 

of local scenes and characters. 1865. .... 82849 

- Macduff (J. R.) The parish of Taxwood. 1883. ill. - - 9181S 

- Ramsay (E. B. B. ) Reminiscences of Scottish life and character. 91815 

- W. (W.) Selections from my correspondence. 1877. - - 91844 

- Wright (J. ) Laird NicolPs kitchen, Scottish stories. - - 91848 
Scottish literature. See Literature, Scottish. 

Scripture. See Bible. 

Scrivener (A. W. ) Secretary to a charitable institution. In 

Pitman's Secretary's handbook. 1908. - - - 65803 

Scrivener (F. H. A. ) Criticism of the New Testament. 1894. 2 v. 22603-4 

Scrope (W.) Deer-stalking in the Scottish Highlands. 1894. ill. 79933 

Scudamore (Cyril) Belgium and the Belgians. 1901. ill. - 93009 
Sculling. See Rowing. 
Sculpture. For list of other branches of art, see Arts, Fine. 

- In Butler (S.) Essays on life, art, and science. 1908. - - E10B1 

The sanctuary of Montrigone. A medieval girl school [Oropa]. Art 
in the valley of Saas. 

- Ganz (H. F. W.) Modelling, design [etc.] 1908. ill. - - 74003 

- Mullins (E. R.) A primer of sculpture. 1889. ill. - - 73101 
-In Pater (W.) Greek Studies. 1895. 93817 

The beginnings of Greek sculpture. The marbles of J^gina. 

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1901. ill. 

- Short (E. H.) A history of sculpture. 1907. bibl. ill. - 

- Strong (Mrs. A.) Roman sculpture from Augustus to Con 

stantiue. 1907. ill. ...... 

- See also Coins and medals. Jewellery. Metal work. 

Wood carving. 
Sea. For lists of related subjects, see Physical geography. Zoology. 

- Bullen (F. T.) Our heritage the sea. 1906. - 55108 

The ocean as the world's reservoir of health. The winds of the ocean. 
The clouds and waves. Ocean currents. The ocean as a source of food supply. 
Ocean, the universal highway. The ocean as a battle-field. What the ocean 
means to Great Britain. 

- Giberne (A.) The mighty deep, what we know of it. 1902. ill 

- Hartwig (G. ) Sea-monsters and sea-birds. 1892. ill. - 

- Hickson (S. J.) The story of life in the seas. 1901. ill. 

- Little (G. ) Life on the ocean, or, twenty years at sea. ill. 

- Proctor (R. A.) Oceanic circulation. In his Light science. - 

- Russell (W. Clark) A book for the hammock [sketches]. 

- See also Tides. 

Sea, a guide to [mercantile marine]; by F. W. Gardner. 1907.- 
Sea kings of Britain [biographies] ; by G. A. R. Callender. 1907. 
Sea Puritans [a romance] ; by F. T. Bullen, - 

Sea queen, a novel ; by W. Clark Russell. 

Sea spray [stories] ; by F. T. Bullen. - 

Sea-urchins. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Sea-urchins. 1885. ill. .... 
Sea urchins [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. - 
Sea-wolf ; by Jack London. - - - - 
Seaboard parish ; by G. MacDonald. ----- 

" A sequel to 'Annals of a quiet neighbourhood,'" 10M11. 

Seamanship. For related subjects, see Navigation. 

- Nicholls (A. E. ) Seamanship for Board of Trade examinations. 

1905. ill. 

- Tait(J.) Seamanship. 1907. ill. 

- Williamson (A. P. W.) Home trade mates' and masters' exam- 

inations. 1908. ill. 

Seamy side ; by Sir W. Besant and J. Rice. .... 
Searcy (Alfred) In Australian tropics. 1907. port, ill. map. 
Seashore. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Gosse (P. H.) A year at the shore. 1865. col. ill. 

- Harvey (W. H.) Sea-side book, natural history. 1857. bibl. ill. 

- Kingsley (C.) Glaucus, wonders of the shore. 1903. col. ill. 

- Sinel (J.) Natural history of our shores. 1906. bibl. ill. 

Seats of the mighty ; by Sir G. Parker. 

Second Dandy Chater ; by T. Gallon. 

Second jungle book ; by R. Kipling. - - - - - - - 

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Second sight. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

Campbell (J. G.) Second sight in the Highlands. 1902. 39823 

Second thoughts of an idle fellow ; by J. K. Jerome. 15 J 4 

Second to none, a military romance ; by J. Grant. - 51 G 8 

Secret orchard ; by A. and E. Castle. - - - - 30 C 6 
Secret panel ; by A. S. Swan. .... - 147 S 12 

Secret societies. In De Quincey (T. ) Collected writings, v. 7. - 90402 

- See also Freemasonry. 

Secretaries. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- Blain(H. E.) and others. Pitman's Secretary's handbook. 1908. 65803 

General ; by II. B. Blain. The private secretary to a member of 
parliament ; by J. E. McLachlan. The private secretary to a country 
gentleman with a landed estate. The secretary to a charitable institution ; 
by A. W. Scrivener. The secretary to a joint-stock company ; by A. Coles. 

Seedlings. For list of other subjects in botany, see Botany. 

- Avebury (Lord) Seedlings. 1896. ill. 58107 

Seeing and hearing [essays] ; by G. W. E. Russell. 1906. - E2R1 

Seeley (E. L. ) ed. Artists of the Italian renaissance. 1907. ill. 99715 

Seeley (H. G.) Dragons of the air, extinct reptiles. 1901. ill. 56801 

- The story of the earth in past ages. 1895. ill. - - - 55001 
Seeley (Sir John R. ) Ecce Homo, life and work of Christ. 1903. 23216 

- The expansion of England. 1904. 91102 

Seeley, Sir John R. Morley (Viscount) The expansion of England. 

In his Critical miscellanies, v. 3. 1904. - - - - E5M4 

Segur (Comtesse de) Les malheurs de Sophie ; with notes, ill. 44816 

Seignobos (Charles) History of ancient civilization. 1907. - 90307 

- History of mediaeval civilization [a. D. 9-1700]. 1908. - - 90308 

- History of contemporary civilization [1701-1906]. 1908. - 90308 
Seismology. See Earthquakes. 

Selborne (R. Palmer, Earl of) Letters to his son on religion. 23906 

Selborne. White (G.) The natural history of Selborne. ill. - 59103 

Selden (John) Table-talk. 1897. mem. port. - - - 82819 
Self-culture. For list of related subjects, see Culture. 

- Blackie (J. S.) On self-culture. 1875. ----- 37401 

- De Quincey (T. ) Letters to a young man whose education has 

been neglected. In his Collected writings, v. 10. 1897. E2D1 

- [Helps (Sir A. )] The arts of self-advancement. In his Friends 

in council, v. 2. 1894. E6H2 

Self-help a hundred years ago [co-operation] ; by G. J. Holyoake. 33401 

Self-help, conduct and perseverance ; by S. Smiles. 1906. ill. 37402 
Sellers (Edith) Foreign solutions of poor law problems. [1908]. 33902 

Selous (Fredk. C.) A hunter's wanderings in Africa. 1907. ill. 96304 

Semenoef (Vladimir) The battle of Tsu-Shima. 1906. - - 95102 
Semper (Karl) The natural conditions of existence as they 

affect animal life. 1899. ill. maps. ... - 57502 

Sen, Keshub Chunder. In Muller (F. Max) Works, v. 6. 1898. E2M2 
Senex. See Reid (Robert). 

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Sense and sensibility ; by J. Austen. 60 A 2 

Senses. For lists of related subjects, see Physiology. Psychology. 

- Bain (A.) The senses and the intellect. 1868. - - - 15009 

- Bernstein (J.) The live senses of man. 1896. ill. - - - 15202 

- Organs of sense. In Cassell's Popular educator, v. 7-8. - 03209-10 

Sentimental Tommy ; by J. M. Barrie. 24B9 

Sergeant (Lewis) The Franks [a history]. 1898. ill. mays. - 93102 
Sermons. For collections of sermons, see under the following names : 

Abbott (Edwin A.) Goodell (Charles L.) Maclaren (Alex.) 

Black (Hugh) Gunsaulus (Frauk W.) Macmillan (Hugh) 

Boyd (Andrew K. H.) Guthrie (Thomas) Morrison (George H.) 

Caird (Edward) Hall (Robert) Nicoll (William R.) 

Caird (John) Haweis (Hugh R.) Spurgeon (Charles H.) 

Campbell (George) Horton (Robert F.) Westcott (Brooke F.) Bp. 

Douglas (Andrew H.) Jackson (Geo.) Wilberforce (Albert B. O.) 

Drummond (Henry) Kingsley (Charles) 

Foster (John) Luther (Martin) 

Servant of the public ; by Anthony Hope. 2 copies.- - - 82H11 
Servants. Bell (Lady) The lot of the servant. In her Minor 

moralist. 1903. - - - - - . '- - - 17017 

Servia. In Miller (W.) The Balkans [a history]. 1899. ill. map. 93902 

Servitude et grandeur militaires ; par le comte de Vigny ; notes. 44842 

Sesame and lilies [on books, reading, etc.]; by J. Ruskin. 1907. 82861 

Sessions (Fred.) Celebrities of the Lake district. 1907. ill. - 99921 

Set of flats ; by A. G. F. Griffiths. - 70G1 

Seth (James) A study of ethical principles. 1898. - - - 17010 

Setox (G.) Memoir of Alex. Seton, Earl of Dunfermline, ill. - D251 

Settle (J. H. ) ed. Anecdotes of soldiers in peace and war. 1905. 35503 

Settlers in Canada ; by Captain F. Marry at. - - - - 52 M 22 

Seulette ; par E. de Pressense ; [with notes]. 1907. - - - 44809 

Sevastopol, etc. [stories] ; by Count Tolstoy. - - - 35 T 3 

Seven seas [poems] ; by R. Kipling. 1905. - - - - 304K 

Severance, a novel ; by T. Cobb. ------ 65C3 

Severinus, Saint. In Kingsley (C. ) The hermits. 1905. - - 99809 

Seville, historical and descriptive ; by A. F. Calvert. 1907. ill. 93420 
Sewage. For list of related subjects, see Sanitary engineering. 

- Scoble (H. T.) Land treatment of sewage. - - - 62806 
Sewall (Frank) Reason in belief. 1906.- - - - 23401 
Sewell (Elizabeth M.) Cleve Hall. - ----- 48S2 

- Gertrude. 48 S3 

- Home life. - 48S1 

- Ivors, or, the two cousins. 48 S 4 

- Margaret Percival. 48 S 5 

- Ursula, a tale of country life. 48 S 6 

Sewell (Tyson) The construction of dynamos. 1907. ill. - 62415 

- The elements of electrical engineering. 1907. ill. - - 62417 
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Sex. Ellis (H. H.) Man ami woman. IS<)7. ill. - - 57511 

[SEXBY (EDWAKD)] Killing no murder. In Famous pamphlets. E8M1 
Sexton (Alkxandeb H.) Elementary metallurgy. 1907. ;// . - 66901 
Shabby genteel story ; by W. M. Thackeray. 2 copies. - - 12 T 6 
Shadow of a crime ; by Hall Caine. 2 copies. - - -. - 5C7 
Shadow of Ashlydyat ; by Mrs. H. Wood. 2 copies. 76W33 

Shadow of the rope ; by E. W. Hornung. - - - 89H2 

Shadow of the unseen ; by B. Pain and J. Blyth. - - - 3P3 

Shadow on the wall ; by M. E. Coleridge. 131C1 

Shadowed lives ; by A. S. Swan. 147S13 

Shaftesbury, 3rd Earl of. In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer 

humanists. 1907. 99811 

Shaftesbury, 7th Earl of. In Walpole (Sir S.) Studies. 1907. - 99502 
Shairp (J. C. ) and others. Life and letters of J. D. Forbes. 1873. F171 
Shakers. In Nordhoff (C. ) Communistic societies. 1875. ill.- 33519 
Shakespeare (J. H. ) Baptist and Congregational pioneers. 1905. 99816 
Shakespeare (William) Works. 12 v. 

1. Love's labour's lost. The comedy of errors. Two gentlemen of 
Verona. A midsummer night's dream, 504S. 2. The taming of the shrew. 
The merchant of Venice. The merry wives of Windsor, 505 S. 3. Much 
ado about nothing. As you like it. Twelfth night, 506 S. 4. All's well 
that ends well. Measure for measure. The tempest. The winter's tale, 
507 S. 5. King Henry VL, 508 S. 6. King Richard III. King John. King 
Richard II., 509 S. 7. King Henry IV. King Henry V., 510 S. 8. Poems. 
Henry VIII., 511 S. 9. Titus Andronicus. Romeo and Juliet. Troilus and 
Cressida, 512S. 10- Julius Caesar. Hamlet. Othello, 513 S. 11. King Lear. 
Macbeth. Timon of Athens. Pericles, 514 S. 12. Antony and Cleopatra. 
Coriolanus. Cymbeline, 515 S. 

- - Another edition ; ed. by C. Knight. 1889. 3 v. - 517-9S 
ed. by W. J. Craig. 516 S 

- Antony and Cleopatra ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. ill. - - - 502 S 

- Hamleto, Regido de Danujo. 1906. 520 S 

- King Henry the Fourth, part II. ; ed. by W. J. Kolfe. ill. - 503 S 

- Love's labour's lost ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. ill. - - 501 S 
Shakespeare, William. Abbott (E. A. ) A Shakespearian grammar. 82517 

- Baker (G. P.) Development of Shakespeare as a dramatist. - 82514 

- In [Beeching (H. C.)] Provincial letters [etc.] 1906. - - E13B1 

- Birrell ( A. ) Falstaff. In his Obiter dicta. 1896. - - - E4B2 

- Coleridge (S. T. ) Lectures and notes on Shakspere. - - 82507 

- Couch (A. T. Quiller) Historical tales from Shakespeare. 1905. 82509 
"The passionate pilgrim"; Shakespeare's lyrics. In his 

Adventures in criticism. 1896. E3C1 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 4. 1897. - - 99902 

- Dowden (E.) Shakspere [a literature primer]. 1903. - - 82501 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Representative men. 1899. - - - E1E9 

- Gibson (J. P. S. R.) Shakespeare's use of the supernatural. - 82520 

- Hazlitt (W.) Characters of Shakespear's plays. 1903. - - 82505 
Shakspeare and Milton ; Shakspeare and Ben Jonson. In 

his Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - - - £2218 

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Shakespeare. William. Hughes (C. E.) ed. The praise of Shake- 
speare, an anthology. 82515 

- Jameson (Mrs. A.) Shakspeare's heroines. 1897. ill. - - 82521 

- Lee (S.) Shakespeare and the modern stage, essays. 1907. - 82511 

Shakespeare and the Elizabethan playgoer. Shakespeare in oral 
tradition. Pepys and Shakespeare. The municipal theatre. Aspects of 
Shakespeare's philosophy. Commemoration of Shakespeare in London. [Etc. ] 

Shakespeare's life and work. 1900. bibl. port. ill. - - S041 

In his Great Englishmen. 1907. bibl. port. - - - 99608 

Shakespeare's career. Foreign influences on Shakespeare. 

- Lilly (W. S.) What was Shakespeare's religion ? In his Studies. E2L1 

- Lowell (J. R.) Shakespeare once more. In his English poets. 82206 

- Luce (M.) Handbook to the works of Shakespeare. 1906. bibl. 82506 

- Raleigh (W.) Shakespeare [a biography]. 1907. - - - S042 

- Smith (D. N.) ed. Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. 82504 

Some account of the life, etc., of Mr. William Shakespear, 1709; by 
Nicholas Ptowe. On the genius and writings of Shakespear, 1711 ; by John 
Dennis. Preface to edition of Shakespeare, 1733 ; by Lewis Theobald. 
Preface to edition of Shakespeare, 1765 ; by Samuel Johnson. Essay on the 
learning of Shakespeare, 1767 ; by Richard Farmer. Essay on the dramatic 
character of Sir John Falstaff, 1777 ; by Maurice Morgann. 

- Swinburne (A. C.) Age of Shakespeare [dramatists]. 1908. - 82524 

- In Walkley (A. B.) Drama and life. 1907. - 82516 

- Wood (S.) Shakespeare's characters in twelve plays, ill. - 82519 

The tempest. A midsummer night's dream. The merchant of Venice. 
As you like it. Twelfth night. King Pdchard II. King Henry V. Corio- 
lanus. Julius Cfesar. Macbeth. Hamlet. King Lear. 

Shall I win her ? by J. Grant. 51G13 

Shameless Wayne, a romance; by H. Sutcliffe. 2 copies. - 144S2 

Shand (Alexander I.) Half a century, men and manners. 1887. 91105 

Shandon bells, a novel ; by W. Black. 62B2 

Shannon (W. F.) Jim Twelves, A. B. and trained man. - 53 SI 

Shansi. Edwards (E. H.) Fire and sword in Shansi. 1907. ill 27803 
" Stor} T of the martyrdom of foreigners and Chinese Christians [1900]." 

Sharp (Archibald) Balancing of engines. 1907. ill. - - 62106 
Sharp (W. H.) The educational system of Japan. 1906. - - 37906 
Sharp (William) Literary geography. 1907. ill. maps. - 91505 

- Where the forest murmurs, nature essays. 1906. - - - 50423 
Sharpe (Charles K.) Letters to Robert Chambers. 1904. - S031 
Sharpe (Samuel) The history of Egypt [to] a. d. 640. 1852. 2 v. 95710-1 
Shaving of Shagpat, an Arabian entertainment ; by G. Meredith. 82M10 
Shaw (Albert) Political problems, American. 1907. - - 35302 
Shaw (Fred. G.) The science of dry fly fishing. 1906. ill. - 79944 
Shaw (George B.) Dramatic opinions and essays. 1907. 2 v.- 82512-3 
Shaw, George B. In Walkley (A. B.) Drama and life. 1907. - 82516 
Shaw (L. H. de V.) and others. Snipe and woodcock. 1903. ill. 79923 
Shaw (Wm. A.) Beginnings of the national debt. In Essays. - . 90409 
Shaw (Wm. N.) Air currents and laws of ventilation. 1907. ill. 53605 
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She, a history of adventure ; by H. Rider Haggard. - - - 3H12 

She loved a sailor ; by A. E. Barr. 18 B 2 

Shearer, John. In Fergusson (R. M.) A. Hume and his intimates. H031 
Shearman (Montague) and others. Athletics. 1901. ill. - 79618 

- - Football. 1904. ill. 79706 

Sheehan (Patrick A.) Glenanaar, a story of Irish life. - - 55 SI 

- A spoiled priest, and other stories. 55 S 2 

Sheila [a story] ; by A. S. Swan. 147 S 27 

Sheldon (Charles M.) The crucifixion of Phillip Strong. - 56 SI 

Shelley (Percy B.) Poetical works. 1886. v. 1. mem. port. 301S 

- - Another edition ; ed. by H. B. Forman. 1892. 5 v. mem. port. 303-7S 

- Prose works; ed. by R. H. Shepherd. 1888. 2 v. bibl. - 82820-1 

1. Zastrozzi, a romance. St. Irvyne, a romance. Address to the Irish 
people. Proposals for an association. A refutation of deism. History of a 
six weeks' tour [in Europe]. The Shelley papers. 2. Defence of poetry. 
The banquet [a translation from Plato]. The assassins, a fragment of a 
romance. Letters from Italy. [Etc.] 

- With Shelley in Italy ; ed. by A. B. McMahan. 1907. ill. - S083 

" A selection of poems and letters relating to his life in Italy." 

Shelley, Percy B. In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. 1908. E4C1 

- Hogg (T. J.) The life of Percy B. Shelley. 1906. port. - S081 

- Kingsley (C. ) Shelley and Byron. In his Lectures. 1898. - E1K5 

- Stephen (Sir L.) Godwin and Shelley. In Hours in a library. E6S3 
Shells. See Mollusks. 

Shepard (Edward M.) Martin Van Buren [a biography]. 1899. V061 
Sheridan (Richard B.) Dramatic works. 1848. mem. port.- 801 S 

The rivals. St. Patrick's day. The duenna. The school for scandal. 
The critic. Trip to Scarborough. Pizarro. 

Sheridan, Richard B. Oliphant (Mrs.) Sheridan [his life]. - S371 

Sherlock Holmes series ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. 

1. A study in scarlet, 51D8. 2. The hound of the Baskervilles, 51 D 9. 
3. The sign of four, 51D14. 4. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 51 D 4. 
5. The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, 51 D 5. 6. The return of Sherlock 
Holmes, 51D19. 

Sherren (Wilkinson) The Wessex of romance. 1908. ill. - 91724 

A companion volume to Thomas Hardy's novels. 
Sherrington (Charles S.) Physiology, its scope and method. 

In Lectures on the methods of science. 1906. - - 50702 

Sherwell (Arthur) joint-author. See Rowntree (Joseph). 

Shiel (Matthew P.) The purple cloud. 58S1 

Ship of stars ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. 97 C 4 

Shipbuilding. For list of related subjects, see Engineering. 

- Attwood (E. L.) War-ships, construction [etc.] 1908. plans. 62602 

- Cochrane (C. H.) The race for supremacy on the seas. In his 

Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. .... 67002 

- Harland (Sir E. J.) Shipbuilding in Belfast. 1905. - - 99712 

- Holms (A. C.) Shipbuilding, steel vessels. 1908. 2 v. - - 62631-2 

1. Text. 2. Diagrams and illustrations. 

- Mackrow (C.) Naval architect's and shipbuilder's pocket- 

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- Peake (J. ) Rudiments of naval architecture. 1884. ill. 

- Pollock (D. ) Shipbuilding, and the men engaged in it. 1884. 

- Reed (Sir E. J.) The stability of ships. 1885. ill. 

- Thearle (S. J. P.) Modern shipbuilding. 1902. 2 v. ill - 

1. Text. 2. Plates. 

- Walton (T.) Present-day shipbuilding. 1907. ill. plans. - 62630 

- Watson (T. H.) Naval architecture, laying off. 1903. ill - 62601 

- See also Boatbuilding. Steamships. 

Ships that pass in the night ; by B. Harraden. - 24H3 

Shirley [a tale] ; by C. Bronte. 92B1 

Shoes. Boot making. In Cassell's Technical educator, v. 5-6. 60310-1 
Shoes of fortune ; by Neil Munro. ...... 124 M 5 

Shooting. For list of other sports, see Sports. 

- Walsingham (Lord) and others. Shooting. 1902. 2 v. ill 79914-5 

- Wolley (C. P. ) and others. Big game shooting. 2 v. bibl ill. 79909-10 

- See also Grouse. Partridge. Pheasant. Rifle. Snipe. 

Shore (H. N.) Three pleasant springs in Portugal. 1899. ill 93429 
Short (Ernest H.) A history of sculpture. 1907. ill - - 73002 
Short cruises [stories] ; by W. W. Jacobs. - - - - 5J9 

Short studies on great subjects ; by J. A. Froude. 1903-5. 4 v. E1F1-4 
Shorthand. For list of related subjects, see Business. 

- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-2. 1905. - - - 03203-4 

- Clarke (Sir E.) Easy shorthand. 1907. 65301 

- Gregg (J. R.) Gregg shorthand. 1907.- - - - 65303 

- Pitman (Sir I. ) The phonographic teacher ; with key. - - 65302 

Shorthand instructor ; with key. 65305 

Shorthand manual ; with key. - - - - - 65307 

Shorthand reporter. 65310 

The phonographic phrase book. 65309 

Shorthand dictionary. 65304 

- Books in Pitman's Shorthand. Dickens (C.) The battle of life, 

corresponding style. 65311 

Goldsmith (0.) The vicar of Wakefield, correspondingstyle. ill. 65312 

- - Selections from American authors, reporting style. - - 65313 
Shorthouse (Joseph H.) Life and letters. Literary remains. 

1905. 2 v. port, ill - S151-2 

- Blanche, Lady Falaise, a tale. 62S4 

- Countess Eve. 62 S 5 

- John Inglesant, a romance. 62 S3 

- The little schoolmaster Mark, a spiritual romance.- - - 62S2 

- Sir Percival, a story. 62 SI 

- A teacher of the violin, and other tales. 62 S 6 

Shrewsbury, a romance ; by S. J. Weyman. .... 44W10 
Shuman (Edwin L.) Practical journalism. 1903. ill. - - 07001 

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"Domestic and religious rites and ceremonies of the Siamese." 
Sichel (Edith) Life and letters of Alfred Ainger. 1906. - 
Sichel (Walter) Emma, Lady Hamilton [a biography]. 1901 
Sicily. Freeman (E. A.) Sicily [a history]. 1894. ill. map 

11 Phoenician, Greek, and Roman.'' 

- Handbook for travellers in Sicily. 1892. maps. plan*. 

" With index and directory for 1905." 

Sidgwick (Alfred) Fallacies, logic. 1901. 
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Sidney, Sir Philip. Brooke (Lord) Life of Sidney, etc 

- In Lee (S. ) Great Englishmen. 1907. bibl. port. 
Sidney (Philip) 'The subject of all verse.' 1907. ill. - 

An enquiry into the authorship of the epitaph composed 
Countess of Pembroke. 

Sieges. For list of related subjects, see History. 

- Gilliat (E.) The romance of modern sieges. 1908. ill. - 

Delhi. Lucknow. Paris. [Etc.] 
Sienkievvicz (Hekryk) Quo vadis ? a tale of the time of Nero. 
Sigerson (George) ed. Bards of the Gael and Gall. 1907. 
Sight. For lists of related subjects, see Light. Physiology. 

- Le Conte (J.) Sight, an exposition. 1895. ill. 
Sign of four ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. .... 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 3. 
Signals. Tyndall(J.) Experiments on fog-signals. Inliis Fragments. 50409 
Sikhs. Gough (C. J. S.) and Innes (A. D.) The Sikhs and the 

Sikh wars. 1897. maps, plans. 
Silas Marner ; by George Eliot. 2 copies. - 
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Silent gate, a voyage into prison ; by T. Hopkins. 
Silver (A. P. ) Farm-cottage, camp, and canoe in maritime Canada. 97001 
Silver. Buskett (E. W. ) Fire assaying of silver [etc. ] 1907. 

Silver maple ; by M. Keith. 

Silver skull ; by S. R. Crockett. 

Silverado squatters ; by R. L. Stevenson. 1901. 
Silverston (Cyril J.) The education of Eve. - 
Sime (James) Progress of Britain in the mechanical arts. 
Edinburgh essays, 1856. 1857. .... 
Simeon (Jeannette) Some women of the Old Testament. - 
Simeon Stylites. In Kingsley (C.) The hermits. 1905. 
Simon Dale [a novel] ; by Anthony Hope. .... 
Simonson (Gustave) Plain examination of socialism. 1900. 
Simpleton, a story of the day ; by C. Reade. 

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Simpson (E. B.) Robert Louis Stevenson's Edinburgh clays. 1898. S072 
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Simpson (J.) The wild rabbit, rabbit-warrens that pay. 1895. - 63603 
Simpson, Sir James Y. Simpson (E. B.) Simpson [a biography]. S101 
Simpson (James Y.) Henry Drummond [a biography]. - - D092 
Simpson (P. Carnegie) The fact of Christ. .... 23231 
Simpson (Robert) Martyrland, a tale of the covenanters. - - 165S1 
Simpson (Wm.) Autobiography ; ed. by G. Eyre Todd. 1903. - S281 
Sims (George R. ) Once upon a Christmas time. - - - 64 SI 
Sin. Jowett (B. ) The law as the strength of sin. In his Inter- 
pretation of Scripture, and other essays. - 20408 
Sin of David [a drama] ; by S. Phillips. 1904. - 1202P 
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Sinclair (Archibald) and Henry (W.) Swimming. 1903. ill. 79617 
Sinclair (F.) Under North Star and Southern Cross [stories]. - 65S1 
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Sinel (Joseph) The natural history of our shores. 1906. ill. - 59016 
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- In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 1-4. - - - - 03203-6 

- Cramer's New singing method. 4 v. fo. mus. - - - 78416-9 

- Henderson (W. J.) The art of the singer. 1906. - - - 78401 

- Randegger (A. ) Singing. 4°. mus. 78402 

- Santley (Sir C.) The art of singing. 1908. .... 78424 

- See also Tonic sol-fa. Voice. 

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the south of Europe. 1846. 2 v. mem. port. - - 80901-2 

- History of the Italian Republics in the middle ages. mem. - 93704 

- Marignan, conquete et perte du Milanais ; [notes]. 1908. mem. 44845 

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Skeat (W. W. ) A Mceso-Gothic glossary ; with grammar. 1S68. 43901 

- ed. Pierce the ploughmans crede. 1906. .... H01P 
Skelton (Sir John) Early English life in the drama. In Edin- 
burgh essays, 1856. 1857. E3E1 

Skene (Wm.F.) The Highlanders of Scotland. 1902. mem. port. 92206 

Sketch book ; by W. Irving. 1900. 81704 

Sketch-book of the north [Scotland] ; by G. Eyre Todd. 1903. ill. 91814 

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Sketches from life [etc.]; by R. Gemmell. 1863. - - - 82850 

Sketches from memory ; by G. A. Storey. 1899. ill. - S181 

Sketches in lavender, blue, and green ; by J. K. Jerome. - - 15 J 6 

Skinner (John) Bp. Scottish Episcopacy from 1788-181 6. 1818. 28304 

Skinner (Robert P.) Abyssinia of to-day, 1903-4. 1906. ill. map. 95801 

Skipper's wooing ; by W. W.Jacobs. 5J1 

Skobelefif, Michael, Gen. In Forbes (A.) Souvenirs. 1S94. 90406 

Skottowe (Britiffe C.) Short history of parliament. 1892. - 32801 

Sky pilot, a tale of the foothills ; by Ralph Connor. 2 copies. - 78 C 4 

Skye. MacCowan (R.) The men of Skye. 1902. - - - 99808 
Donald Munro. Alexander MacLeod. Norman Macleod. 

- MacCulloch (J. A.) The misty Isle of Skye. 1905. ill map. 92102 
Sladen (Douglas) ed. Younger American poets, 1830-90. 1S91. 81101 

- joint-author. See Lorey (Eustache de). 

Slater (J. A.) Dictionary of the world's commercial products. 90606 
Slater (T. E.) Higher Hinduism in relation to Christianity. - 29401 
Slave of the lamp ; by Henry Seton Merriman. - - - - 85 M 10 
Slavery. For list of related subjects, see Political science. 

- Browne (J. H. B.) African slave trade. In his Essays, v. 2. 1907. E6B2 

- Carlyle (T. ) The nigger question. In his Essays, v. 7. - - E2C11 

- In Emerson (R. W.) Miscellanies. 1898. - - - E1E10 

Address on emancipation in British West Indies. The fugitive slave law. 

- Hall (R.) Slavery in the W. Indian Islands. In his Works, v. 3. 20808 

- [In Helps (Sir A.)] Friends in council, v. 1. 1900. - - E6H1 

- Raynal (W. T.) [Slave-trade in Africa]. In his Europeans in 

the East and West Indies, v. 4. 1798. map. - - - 90821 

- Schaff(P.) Slavery and the Bible. In his Christ [etc.] 1885. 23019 

- Stowe (Mrs. H. B.) The key to Uncle Tom's cabin. - - 81301 
Sleep. For lists of related subjects, see Health. Mind and body. 

- Granville (J. M.) Sleep and sleeplessness. 1879. - - - 61310 

- In Myers (F. W. H.) Human personality. 1907. - - - 13403 

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SLIGO de Pothoxier (H. P.) Qu'est-ce que cela veut dire ? - 44837 

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Sloan (J. M.) Galloway described. 1908. col. ill. - 
Small House at Allington ; by A. Trollope. - 

Chronicles of Barsetshire, No. 5. 
Smart (William) Studies in economics. 1895. 

- Taxation of land values, and the single tax. 1900. 
Smeaton, John. In Smiles (S.) Lives of the engineers, v. 2. port. 
Smeaton (William H. O.) Allan Ramsay [a biography]. - 

- Thomas Guthrie [a biography]. 1900. 

- Tobias Smollett [a biography]. 1897. ----- 

- William Dunbar [a biography]. ....-- 
Smectymnuus. In Milton (J.) Prose works, v. 3. - 

Animadversions upon the Remonstrant's Defence against Smectym 
nulls. An apology for Smectymnuus. 

Smedlev (Frank E. ) Frank Fairlegh. 

- Lewis Arundel, or, the railroad of life. - 

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Smiles (Samuel) Character. 1905. ill. 

- Duty. 1905. ill 

- Industrial biography, iron workers and tool makers. 1901. - 

- Jasmin, barber, poet, philanthropist. 1897. - - - - 

- Josiah Wedgwood, his personal history. 1894. 

- Life and labour, men of industry and genius. 1902. 

- Life of a Scotch naturalist, Thomas Edward. 1905. ill. map. 

- Lives of the engineers. 1874-99. 5 v. ill. - 

- Men of invention and industry. 1905. ill. 

The contents will be found at Engineers. 

- Robert Dick, geologist and botanist. 1905. ill. - 

- Self-help, conduct and perseverance. 1906. ill. - 

- Thrift, 1905. ill, 

Smiles, Samuel. Blatchford (R.) Smiles and Self-help. In his 

Book about books. 1903. E5B1 

Smith (A. C.) British dogs at work. 1906. col. ill. - - 63611 

Smith (Adam) The wealth of nations. 33003 

Smith, Adam. In Graham (H. G.) Scottish men of letters. port. 99908 

- Hirst (F. W.) Adam Smith [a biography]. 1904. - - - Sill 

- Macpherson (H. C.) Adam Smith [a biography]. 1899. bibl. S112 

- In Stewart (D.) Works, v. 10. 1858. 19227 

Smith (Alex.) Scottish ballads. In Edinburgh essays. 1856.- E3E1 

Smith, Alex. Kingsley (C.) Smith and Pope. In his Lectures.- E1K5 

Smith (Alexander) General inorganic chemistry. 1906. ill. - 54601 

Smith (Andrew T.) Systematic methodology, teaching. 1900. 37108 

Smith (Bertram )". The whole art of caravanning. 1907. ill. - 79623 
Smith (Bertram T. K.) How to collect postage stamps. 1907. UL 38301 

Smith (D. N.) ed. Eighteenth century essays on Shakespeare. - 82504 

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Smith, Edmund. In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 2. 17>1. 99925 

Smith (Edward) Foods. 1890. ill. 61304 

Smith (Francis H.) The tides of Barnegat. - 85S1 

Smith, Sir Francis P. In Smiles (S.) Men of invention. 1905.- 99712 

Smith (George A.) The life of Henry Drummond. 1899. - D091 

- Modern criticism and preaching of the Old Testament. 1901. 22202 
Smith (Geo. G.) ed. The days of James IV., 1488-1513. 1890.- 91811 
Smith (Goldwln) Cowper [his life and work]. 1902. - - C391 

- Essays on questions of the day, political and social. 1S93. - 30414 
Smith (Isaac G.) and Grundy (W.) Aristotelianism. 1889. - 18502 
Smith (J. H.) A treatise on arithmetic. 1900.- - - - 51101 
Smith (James and Horace) Rejected addresses [poems]. 1879. mem. 901 S 
Smith (Nora A.) joint-author. See Wiggin (Kate D.) 

Smith (Philip) The ancient history of the east. 1895. ill. - 94407 
Smith (Philip) joint -author. See Wright (Arnold). 

Smith (Robinson) ed. English quotations, a collection. - - 82853 

Smith (Southwood) The philosophy of health. 1865. ill. - 61309 

Smith (Sydney) Wit and wisdom, mem. port. - - - 82857 

Smith, Sydney. Reid (S. J. ) Life and times of S. Smith. 1896. port. S241 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B.) Essays, v. 1. 1896. - - - 82107 
Smith (Sir Thomas) De republica Anglorum. .... 34207 
Smith (W. A.) Benderloch, notes from the west Highlands. 18S2. 50404 
Smith (Sir Wm.) History of Greece to Roman conquest. 1895. 93803 

- The smaller dictionary of the Bible. 1907. ill, maps. - - 22018 

- Smaller history of Rome [to a. d. 117]. 1904. ill. maps. - 93628 
Smith, William H., Life; by Sir H.E.Maxwell. 1893. 2v. port. ill. S 321-2 
Smith ( Wm. R. ) The Old Testament in the Jewish church. 1S92. 22211 

- Prophets of Israel, their place in history. 1907. - - - 22506 
Smithing. See Blacksmithing. 

Smiths of Surbiton, a comedy ; by Keble Howard. - - 94 H 2 

Smollett, Tobias. Dobson (H. A. ) The topography of " Humphry 

Clinker." In his Eighteenth century vignettes, v. 2. 1894. E3D2 

- Smeaton (W. H. O.) Tobias Smollett [a biography]. 1897. - S231 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - - - - 12 T 7 

Smyrna. Calder (W. M.) Smyrna as described by Aelius Aris- 

tides. In Studies of the Roman Empire. 1906. map. - 93637 

Smyth (Wm, W.) Bible in the full light of modern science. 1907. 21509 

Snaith (John C.) Broke of Covenden. 89 SI 

Snap, a legend ; by C. P. Wolley. 23 Wl 

Snipe. For lists of related subjects, see Birds. Shooting. 

- Shaw (L. H. DeV.) aud others. Snipe and woodcock. 1903. ill. 79923 

Natural history, shooting, cookery. 

Snow ( W. B. ) and Lebon (C. P. ) eds. Preliminary French, a reader. 44813 

Snow-image, and other twice-told tales ; by N. Hawthorne. - 41 H 9 

Snyder (Carl) The world machine [universe]. 1907. ill. - 52312 

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Social contract, political right ; by J. J. Rousseau. - - - 32004 

Social habitations and parasitic nests ; by J. G. Wood. 1893. ill. 59123 

Social horizon [socialism] ; by G. F. Mill in. 1897. - - - 33504 

Social science series. 

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Social silhouettes [essays] ; by G. W. E. Russell. 1906. - - E2R2 

Socialism. For list of related subjects, see Political economy. 

- Ballard (F. ) Christianity and socialism. In The citizen of 

to-morrow. 1906. bibl. 30403 

- Bax (E. B.) The ethics of socialism. 1902. - - - 33505 

Liberalism v. socialism. In his Outlooks. 1903. - - 33511 

The religion of socialism, essays. 1902. .... 33513 

Universal history from a socialist standpoint. The modern revolution. [Etc.] 

- - Socialism. 33521 

- Bosanquet (B. ) Some socialistic features of ancient societies. 

In his Essays. 1899. E3B1 

- Browne (J. H. B.) The coming social revolution. In his Essays. E6B2 

- Clarke (W.) The industrial basis of socialism ; The limits of 

collectivism. In his Writings. 1908. - - - - E5C1 

- Dawson (W. H. ) Bismarck and state socialism. 1891. - - 33508 

- - German socialism and Ferdinand Lassalle. 1899. - - 33503 

- Engels (F. ) Socialism, Utopian and scientific. 1892. - - 33509 

- Fourier (F. M. C.) Selections from [his] works. 1901. - - 33502 

- Graham (W.) Socialism, new and old. 1891. - - - 33501 

- Gronlund (L. ) Co-operative commonwealth, socialism. 1896. 33510 
Our destiny, the influence of socialism on morals and 

religion. 1891. - - - 33515 

- Harrison (F. ) Moral and religious socialism. In his National 

and social problems. 1908. 30413 

- Kirkup (T.) A history of socialism. 1892. .... 33517 

- In Macpherson (H. C.) A century of intellectual develop- 

ment. 1907. 30411 

- Millin (G.F.) The social horizon. 1897. .... 33504 

- Morris (W.) Art and socialism. In his Architecture [etc.] - 70403 

- Naquet (A.) Collectivism and the socialism of the liberal 

school. 1895. 33512 

- [Raine (G. E.) and Elgee (P. C.)] The case against socialism. 33520 

"A handbook for speakers and candidates," 1908. 

- Schatfie (A. E. F.) The quintessence of socialism. 1892. - 33514 

- Scott (A. B.) Christianity and socialism. In his Lectures. 1907= E3S1 

- Simonson (G.) A plain examination of socialism. 1900. - 33516 

- Smith (G.) The Oneida Community and American socialism. 

In his Questions of the day. 1893. 30414 

- Webb (S.) Socialism in England. 1901. .... 33506 

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Socialism. Wilde (O.) The soul of man under .socialism. 1908. E4W1 

- Woodworth (A. V.) Christian socialism in England. 1903. - 33507 

- Wrixon (Sir H.) The pattern nation. 1907. - 33518 

- See also Communism. 

Society. For lists of related subjects, see Ethics. Sociology. 

Burke (E.) A vindication of natural society. In his Works. - 82811 

- Emerson (R. W.) Society and solitude. 1895. - - E1E7 

- Maeaulay (Lord) Southey's Colloquies on society. In his Essays. E1M1 

- Thoreau (H. D.) Paradise (to be) regained. In his Anti-slavery 

and reform papers. 1890. 32601 

Society of Friends. See Quakers. 
Society of Jesus. See Jesuitism. 
Sociologists. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Robertson (J. M.) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 

; ' Sociological studies of Carlyle. Mill, Emerson, Arnold, Ruskin, and 
Spencer." 

Sociology. Balmforth (R.) The new reformation and its relation 

to moral and social problems. 1893. .... 20403 

- Carpenter (E.) England's ideal, and other papers. 1902. - 30401 

Modern money-lending and the meaning of dividends. Social progress 
and individual effort. Desirable mansions. Simplification of life. Does it 
pay? Trade. Private property. The enchanted thicket. 

- Clapperton (J. H.) A vision of the future. 1904. - ' - - 30405 

- Garvie (A. E.) My brother's keeper. 1907. - 30109 

- Harper (J. W.) Education and social life. 1907. - - - 37012 

- Harrison (F.) National and social problems. 1908. - - 30413 

Bismarckism, the policy of blood and iron. The duty of England 
[Franco-German war]. France after war [1S74J. The making of Italy. 
Afghanistan. Egypt. Empire and humanity [imperialism]. The limits of 
political economy. Trades-unionism. Industrial co-operation. Social 
remedies. Moral and religious socialism. [Etc. ] 

- Kirk (J.) Social politics in Gt. Britain and Ireland. 1870. - 30412 

- Mackenzie (J. S.) Introduction to social philosophy. 1890. - 30104 

- Macpherson (H. C.) A century of intellectual development. - 30411 

Hamilton and Carlyle as philosophers. Political economy and 
socialism. [Etc.] 

- Matheson (A. S.) The church and social problems. 1893. - 26101 

- Peabody (F. G.) Jesus Christ and the social question. 1907.- 23227 

- Ruskin (J.) Fors clavigera, letters to workmen. 4 v. W. 30407-10 

- Smith (G.) Questions of the day, political and social. 1893. - 30414 

Social and industrial revolution. The question of disestablishment. 
The political crisis in England. The Empire. Women suffrage. The Jewish 
question. The Irish question. Prohibition in Canada and the United States. 
The Oneida Community and American socialism. 

- Spencer (H.) The study of sociology. 1904. --■-'. 30701 

- Wells (H. G.) Anticipations. 1902. 30106 

"The reaction of mechanical and scientific progress upon human life 
and thought." 

- - Mankind in the making [a sequel to "Anticipations 5 "]. 1904. 30101 

" A theory of social development and political conduct.'' 

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Sociology. Wells (H. G.) A modern utopia [a sequel to " Man- 
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- See also Charity. Civilization. Commerce. Customs. Education. 

Government. Guilds. Industry. Insurance. Law. Political economy. 
Political science. Population. Progress. Reform. Society. 
Socrates. Blackie (J. S.) The death of Socrates. In his The 

wise men of Greece. 1877. ------ 18201 

- Xenophon. Memorabilia of Socrates. ----- 88815 
Solar system. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Chambers (G. F. ) The story of the solar system. 1902. ill. - 52302 

Soldier tales ; by R. Kipling. 28 K 6 

Soldiers. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Fitchett ( W. H.) Men in the ranks, In his Fights for the flag. 91411 

- King (C.) and others. From Cromwell to Wellington. 1907. ill. 99610 

Cromwell; by C. King and H. 8. Wilkinson. Mavlborough; by J. W. 
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Clive ; by F. Adam. Coote ; by S. C. Pratt. Heathfield ; by Sir J. M. Adye. 
Abercromby ; by C. a Court. Lake ; by E. S. May. Baird ; by Count 
Gleichen. Moore ; by C. B. Mayne. Wellington ; by Sir J. F. Maurice. 

- Settle (J. H.) ed. Anecdotes of soldiers. 1905. - - - 35503 

Soldiers three; by R. Kipling. 28K16 

Solferino. In Crane (S.) Great battles of the world. 1901. ill. 90405 
Solitude. Emerson (R. W.) Society and solitude. 1895. - - E1E7 
Sollas (Wm. J.) Age of the earth, and other geological studies. 55006 
Solomon's Temple, history and structure ; by W. S. Caldecott. ill. 22111 
Solway. Neilson(G.) Annals of the Solway [to] 1307. 1899. map*. 91503 
Somaliland. Jennings (J. W.) and Addison (C.) With the 

Abyssinians in Somaliland. 1905. ill. map. - - - 96104 

Some Irish yesterdays ; by E. G£. Somerville and Martin Ross. 82854 

Somebody's luggage [stories] ; by C. Dickens and others. - - 31D7 

Somers, John, Lord. In Merz (T.) The junto. 1907. - - 99606 

Somerset, Duchess of. In Fea (A.) Some beauties. 1906. port. 99501 
Somerville (Edith GE.) and Ross (Martin) Some Irish 

yesterdays. 1906. ill. 82854 

Somerville (Mary) Connexion of the physical sciences. 1877. 50101 

Somerville (Thomas) George Square, Glasgow. 1891. ill. - 92312 

Son of Erin ; by A. S. Swan. 147S38 

Son of Hagar, a romance; by Hall Caine. ----- 5C8 

Son of Porthos ; by A. Dumas. 58D16 

A sequel to "The man in the iron mask," 58D15. 

Son of Reuben ; by S. K. Hocking. - - 67 H 3 

Son of Royal Langbrith, a novel; by W. D. Howells. - - 97H1 

Son of the soil ; by Mrs. M. O. W. Oliphant. - - - - 6011 

Song of heroes ; by J. S. Blackie. 1890. - - - • - - 301B 
Song of Solomon. See Bible. 
Songs. For lists of related subjects, see Music. Poetry, Collections. 

- Arnim (L. F. A. von) Von Volksliedern. ... - 83823 

- Barrett (W. A.) ed. Standard English Son^s. 5 v. fo. mus. 78410-4 

318 



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Songs. Cunningham (A.) and Mackay (( !.) eds. Ancient [Scottish] 

ballads and songs, ill. - 82211 

- Fitz-Gerald (S. J. A.) Stories of famous songs. 1898. - - 78422 
-Gill(W. H.) Manx national songs. 1890. mus. - - 78408 

- The illustrated book of English songs. - - 82221 

- Moffat (A. ) ed. Minstrelsy of Ireland, Irish songs, fo. mus. - 78407 
The minstrelsy of Scotland, songs, mus. .... 78420 

- Nicholson (F. C.) Old German love songs. 1907. - - - 83101 

- Palgrave (F. T.) ed. Golden treasury of songs and lyrics. 1861. 82219 
--- Another edition. 1905-7. 2v, - - - -82215-6 

- Philip (A.) Songs and sayings of Gowrie. 1901. - - - 92504 

- Pittman (J.) and others, eds. Songs of Scotland. 2 v. mus. 78404-5 

- Richards (B.) ed. The songs of Wales, mus.- • - - 78423 

- Ross (P.) American songs and song-writers. In his Kingcraft 

in Scotland, and other essays. - - - - - E3R1 

- Whyte(H.) Songs of the Gael. In The old Highlands. 1908. mus. 92211 
Songs from silence [poems] ; by I. F. Darling. 1904. - - 401 D 
Sonntagsjager [Lustspiel] ; von J. R. Benedix ; with notes. - 43805 
Sons of the sword, a romance ; by Mrs. M. L. Woods. - - 79 Wl 
Sophia [a romance] ; by S. J. Weyman. ----- 44W11 
Sophocles. Antigone [Greek text ; with notes]. 1890. - - 48809 

- Philoctetes [Greek text ; with notes]. 190B. - - - - 48808 
Sophocles. De Quincey (T.) The Antigone as represented on 

the Edinburgh stage. In his Collected writings, v. 10. - E2D1 

- In Jebb (Sir R. C. ) Essays and addresses. 1907. - - - E2J1 

The genius of Sophocles. Suidas on the change ascribed to Sophocles 
in regard to trilogies. 

- Lessing (G. E.) Leben des Sophokles. In his Werke, v. 8. - 83811 

Soprano, a portrait ; by F. M. Crawford. 113 C 12 

Sorceress of the Strand ; by L. T. Meade. 76 M 6 

Sorrows of Satan, a romance ; by Marie Corelli. - - - 89 C 9 

Sothern (J. W.) The Parsons' marine steam turbine. 1906. ill. 62101 

- Verbal notes and sketches for marine engineers. 1906. - - 62103 
Soudan. Burleigh (B.) Desert warfare. 1884. maps. - - 95716 

" Being the chronicle of the eastern Soudan campaign,' 

- Lngard (Lady) A tropical dependency. 1905. maps. - - 95715 

- Steevens (G. W.') With Kitchener to Khartum. 1899. maps. 95702 
Soul. For list of related subjects, see Philosophy. 

- Emerson (R. W.) The over-soul. In his Essays, v. 1. - - E1E1 

- Osier (W.) Science and immortality. 1906. - 12801 

- See also Transmigration. 

Soul of Lilith ; by Marie Corelli. 89C12 

Soulsby (Susan S.) Home is best, papers. 1906. port. ill. - 17305 

Souls of passage ; by A. E. Barr. 18 Bl 

Sound. For list of related subjects, see Physics. 

- Acoustics. In Cassell's New popular educator, v. 6-7. 1903. 03208-9 

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Sound. In Deschanel ( A. P.) Natural philosophy, v. 4. 1904. ill. 53401 

- Helmholtz (H. L. F.) The sensations of tone. 1875. - - 78101 

•■ Afl a physiological basis for the theory of music." 

- Stewart (R. W. ) The new matriculation sound. 1908. ill. - 53403 

- Tyndall (J. ) Sound. 1875. ill. 53402 

South Seas. Becke (G. Louis) Notes from my South Sea log. map. 99208 

- Camming (C. F. G. ) A lady's cruise in a French man-of-war. 

1882. 2 v. ill. map. 99206-7 

- Stevenson (R. L. ) In the South Seas, two cruises. 1900. - 99203 
Southey (Robert) Book of the Church [England]. 1824. 2 v. 27603-4 

- Joan of Arc. ballads, lyrics, minor poems. 1894. ill. - - 1001S 

- The life of Nelson, ill. plans. N013 

- Life of Wesley, and rise and progress of Methodism. 1901. - W212 

- .Story of his life written in his letters ; ed. by J. Dennis. - S171 
Southey, Robert. In Caine (Hall) Cobwebs of criticism. 1908. E4C1 

- In De Quincey (T.) Collected writings, v. 2. - - - - D062 

- Macaulay (Lord) Southey's Colloquies on society. In his Essays. E1M1 

- In Rannie (D. W.) Wordsworth and his circle. 1907. port. W151 

- In Saintsbury (G. E. B. ) Essays in English literature, v. 2. - 82108 
Southgate (Henry) ed. Many thoughts of many minds. 2 v. 80809-10 
Souvenirs of some continents ; by A. Forbes. 1894. - - - 90406 
Souvestre (Emdle) Le mari de Madame de Solange ; with notes. 44817 

Sowers ; by Henry Seton Merriman. 85M4 

Spain. Borrow (G.) The Bible in Spain, adventures in an 

attempt to circulate the Scriptures. 1899. ill. map. - 93415 
Zincali, the gipsies of Spain. 1901. ill. - 39701 

- In Buckle (H. T.) History of civilization, v. 2. 1903. bibl. - 90304 

- Clarke (H. B.) Modern Spain, 1815-98. 1906. map. - - 93413 

- Conde (J. A.) The Arabs in Spain [711-1492]. 1854-1900. 3 v. 93416-8 

- Hume iM. A. S.) Spain, 1479-1788. 1905. bibl. maps. - 93430 

- - Modern Spam, 1788-1898. 1899. ill. map. - - - 93401 

- Irving (W.) Legends of the conquest of Spain. 1859. - - 93405 

- Macaulay (Lord) [Mahon's] War of the succession. In his Essays. E1M1 

- Poole (S. L.) and Gilman (A.) Moors in Spain. 1888. ill. map. 93403 

- Watts (H. E.) Spain, history, 711-1492. ill. map. - - 93404 
Spanish armada. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles, ill. - 90407 
Spanish gypsy [a poem] : by George Eliot. 1868. - - - 302E 
Spanish language. See Language, Spanish. 

Spanish literature. See Literature, Spanish. 

Spanish military nun ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v* lffc 82801 

SPARLING (H. H.) ed. Irish minstrelsy, songs and ballads. 1887. 82217 

Speaking. See Elocution. Voice. 

Speaking to the heart, sermons ; by T. Guthrie. 1864. - - 25224 

Species. For list of related subjects, see Evolution. 

- Darwin (C.j The origin of species. 1901. - 57508 

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Spectator [essays] ; by J. Addison. In his Works, v. 2-4. - El A3 5 

Spectrum. For lists of related subjects, see Chemistry. Light. 

- Lockyer (Sir J. N.) Spectrum analysis. 1904. HI. - - 54401 

Speculations of John Steele ; by R. Barr. 19B5 

Speech. Meyer (G. H. von) The organs of speech. 1892. ill. 61101 

Speech in season [addresses] ; by H. R. Haweis. 1874. - - 25215 

Speight (E. E.) and Nance (R. M.) eds. Britain's sea story, ill. 91226 

Speight (Thomas W.) A minion of the moon, a romance. - - 95 SI 

Spelling. In Midler (F. Max) Works, v. 7. 1898. - - - E2M3 

Spencer (F. E.) Did Moses write the Pentateuch? 1892. - 22305 
Spencer (Henry) Commercial organisation of engineering 

factories. 1907. ill. 62004 

Spencer (Herbert) Education. 1878. 37004 

- Facts and comments [essays]. 1902. El SI 

- The study of sociology. 1904. 30701 

Spencer, Herbert. George (H.) A perplexed philosopher. 1893. 19205 

"Spencer on the land question, with reference to his synthetic philosophy." 

- Ritchie (D. G.) Principles of state interference, political 

philosophy of H. Spencer. 1902. 32302 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Modern humanists. 1901. - - - 99803 
Spencer (Sanders) Pigs, breeds and management. 1905. ill. 63601 
Spender (John A.) The comments of Bagshot. 1908. - - 82848 

- The state and pensions in old age. 1900. .... 35101 
Spenser (Edmund) [Poetical] Works, mtm. port. - - - 101 S 
Spenser, Edmund. Church (R. W.) Spenser [a biography]. 1902. S121 

- In Hazlitt (W.) Lectures on the English poets. 1906. - - 82218 

- In Lee (S.) Great Englishmen. 1907. bibl. port. - - - 99608 

- In Lowell (J. R.) English poets. 82206 

- Maurice (F. D. ) Spenser's "Faerie queene." In his Friend- 

ship of books, and other lectures. 1904.- - - - E6M1 

Spinning of fate [a novel]; by A. C. Mitchell. - - - - 62 Ml 
Spinoza (Benedict de) Chief works ; ed. by R. H. M. Elves. 

2 v. mem. - - - - 19303-4 

1. Introduction. Theologico-political treatise. A political treatise. 
2. The improvement of the understanding. Ethics. Correspondence. 

Spinoza, Benedict de. Duff (R. A.) Spinoza's political and 

ethical philosophy. 1903. 19301 

- In Froude (J. A.) Short studies, v. 1. 1905. - E1F1 

- In Renan (E.) Poetry of the Celtic races, and other studies. - E1R1 

- In Robertson (J. M.) Pioneer humanists. 1907. - - - 99811 
Spirit of the [golf] links ; by H. Leach. 1907. - 79626 
Spirit of the people ; by F. M. Hueffer. 1907. - 91613 

"An analysis of the English mind." 
Spiritual return of Christ within the church, Christian theism ; 

by R. De Bary. 1907. 21106 

Spiritualism. For list of related subjects, see Mind and body. 

- In Lang (A.) Cock Lane and common-sense. 1896. - - 13302 

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Spiritualism. Lapponi(J.) Hypnotism and Spiritism. 1906. bibl. 13406 

- Wallace (A. R.) Miracles and modern Spiritualism. 1875. - 13303 
Spitzbergen. In Dufferin and Ava (Marquess of) Letters from 

high latitudes. 1867. ill. 94105 

Splendid spur ; by A. T. Quiller Couch. 97C1 

Spoiled priest, and other stories ; by P. A. Sheehan.- - - 55 S 2 

Spon (Ernest) and others. Workshop receipts. 1902-4. 5 v. ill. 60301-5 
Sports. For list of other amusements, see Amusements. 

- Baker (Sir S. W.) Rifle and the hound in Ceylon. 1904. ill. 94804 

- Cotton (P. H. G. P.) In unknown Africa. 1904. ill. maps.- 96103 

- Fittis (R. S.) Sports and pastimes of Scotland. 1891. - - 79624 

- Fitzpatrick (Sir J. P.) Jock of the bushveld. 1907. ill. - 79941 

- Foa (E.) After big game in central Africa. 1899. ill. map.- 79902 

- Kennedy (Sir W. R.) Sport, travel, and adventure in New- 

foundland and the West Indies. 1885. ill. map. - - 96803 

- Maxwell (G.) In Malay forests. 1907. 95005 

- Peek (H.) ed. The poetry of sport. 1896. ill. - - - 82205 

- Podmore (P. St. M.) A sporting paradise. 1904. ill. - - 79929 

" Adventure in America and the backwoods of Muskoka." 

- Roosevelt (T.) Good hunting, big game. 1907. ill. - - 79937 

- St. John(C) Wild sports and natural history, Highlands. 1907. 79940 

- Schillings (C. G.) With flashlight and rifle. 1906. 2 v. ill. 79942-3 

Sporting adventures in equatorial east Africa. 

- Shearman (M.) and others. Athletics. 1901. ill. - - 79618 

- Silver (A. P.) Farm-cottage, camp, and canoe in Canada, ill. 97001 

- Thomas (W. S.) Hunting big game with gun and Kodak in 

the United States, Canada, and Mexico. 1906. ill. - 79938 

- Willcocks (Sir J.) From Kabul to Kumassi, soldiering and 

sport. 1904. ill. W311 

- See also Archery. Bowls. Boxing*. Caravans. Cricket. Curling. 

Cycling. Fencing. Fish, fishing. Fives. Football. Game- 
keeping. Golf. Horse -racing. Horsemanship. Hunting. Moun- 
taineering. Polo. Punting. Rackets. Rowing. Sailing. Shooting. 
Skating. Swimming. Tennis. Wrestling. Yachting. 
Springhaven, a tale ; by R. D. Blackmore. - 120 B 11 

Spctrgeox (Charles H.) According to promise [sermons]. 1887. 25217 
Spurge on family. Higgs(W. M.) The Spurgeon family. 1906. port. S 351 
Spurr (Harry A.) Life and writings of Dumas, 1802-70. 1902. ill. D101 
Spy, a tale of the neutral ground ; by J. F. Cooper. - - - 86 C10 
Spyri (Johanna) Moni der Geissbub ; with vocabulary. 1904. 43825 

- Rosenresli ; with notes. 1904. 43824 

Squair (J.) joint-author. See Fraser (W. H. ) 

Squire (P. W.) Punting. 1898. ill. maps. .... 79705 

Squireen [a novel] ; by S. F. Bullock. 105B1 

Squirrel Inn ; by F. R. Stockton. 124 SI 

Stael (Madame de) Corinne, ou, l'ltalie. 104S1 

Staff officer's scrap-book; by Sir I. S. M.Hamilton. 1905-7. 2 v. 95116-7 
" During the Russo-Japanese war." 

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Stage. See Drama. 

Stagg (J. H.) joint-author. See Nixon (Alfred). 

Staley (Edgcumbe) Jean F. Millett [life and work]. 1903. ill. M341 

Stalker (James) The Christology of Jesus. 1899. - - - 23205 

- The preacher and his models, lectures. 1892. - - - 25101 
Stalky and Co. [a school story] ; by R. Kipling. - - - 28 K 15 
Stallo (J. B. ) Concepts and theories of modern physics. 1900. 53003 
Stallworthy (A.) Le francais parle et ecrit. 1907. - - 44805 

Stand fast, Craig-Royston ! by W. Black. 62B13 

Standard bearer ; by S. R. Crockett. 118 C 24 

Standing (Percy C.) Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema [a life]. 1905. T011 

Stanford, Sir Charles V. In Willeby(C) English music, port. 99701 
Stanford's Compendium of geography and travel, Australia and 

New Zealand ; by J. W. Gregory. 1907. ill. maps. - 98604 

North Africa ; by A. N. Keane. 1907. ill. maps. - - 95606 

Stanhope, Philip H., Earl. Macaulay (Lord) [Mahon's] War of 

the succession in Spain. In his Essays. 1897. - - El Ml 

Stanley (Arthur P.) Christian institutions, essays. 1906. - 26001 

- History of the Jewish church. 1906. 3 v. port. maj)s. plans. 29608-10 
Stanley ( Sir Henry M.) How I found Livingstone. 1904. ill. map. 96101 

- In darkest Africa. 1890. 2 v. port. ill. maps. - - - 95901-2 

- Through the dark continent. 1907. ill. .... 95908 
Stanyon (Ellis) Magic [a guide to conjuring]. 1906. ill. - 79101 
Star-chamber, an historical romance ; by W. H. Ainsworth. - 16A4 

Star-child [a story] ; by 0. Wilde. 96W2 

Star-fish. For list of related subjects, see Zoology. 

- Romanes (G. J.) Star-fish. 1885. ill. 59301 

Starcke (Carl N.) The primitive family. 1896. - - - 39201 

Stark Munro letters ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. - - - - 51 D 16 
Stars. For lists of related subjects, see Astronomy. Evolution. 

- Chambers (G. F.) The story of the stars. 1903. ill. - - 52303 

- Croll (J.) Stellar evolution. 1889. 52315 

"And its relations to geological time." 

- Fison (A. H.) Evolution of double stars. In Lectures. 1906. 50702 

- Proctor (R. A.) Movements in the star-depths. In his Light 

science for leisure hours, v. 2. - - - - - - 50413 

State. See Political science. 

Statesmen. For list of other subjects in biography, see Biography. 

- Merz (T.) The junto. 1907. port. 99606 

Somers. Wharton. Edward Russell [Earl of Orford]. Charles Montagu 
[Earl of Halifax]. Charles Spencer [Earl of Sunderland]. 

Statics. For related subjects, see Mechanics. 

- Jackson (C. S.) and Milne (R. M.) A first statics. 1907. - 53106 
Stationers of Westminster and London to 1535 ; by E. G. Duff. 65501 
Statistics, See Demography. 

Staunton (Howard) The chess-player's handbook. 1904. ill. 79406 

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Steam engine. Bale (M. P.) A handbook for steam users. 1906. 62116 
" Rules for engine drivers and boiler attendants." 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-5. ill. - - 60306-10 

- Hurst (C.) Steam-engine design and construction. 1905. - 62117 

- Leask (A. R. ) Triple and quadruple expansion engines and 

boilers. 1902. ill. 62107 

- Xorris ( W. ) and Morgan (B. H. ) High speed steam engines, ill. 62119 

- Perry (J.) Steam engine, gas and oil engines. 1904. ill. - 62114 

- Thurston (R. H.) The growth of the steam engine. 1895. ill. 62102 
Steam navigation. For related subjects, see Navigation. Transportation. 

- Williamson (J.) Clyde passenger steamer, 1812-1901. ill. - 65601 
Steamships. Atherton (W. H.) and Mellanby (A. L.) The 

resistance and power of steamships. 1903. plans.- - 62612 

Stebbing (Thos. R. R.) Crustacea, recent malacostraca. 1893. 59504 

Steedman (Amy) Knights of art, Italian painters, col. ill. - 99714 

Steel (Allan G.) and others. Cricket. 1904. ill.- - - 79709 

Steel (Mrs. Flora A.) The flower of forgiveness. - - - 110S1 

- The hosts of the Lord. 110S3 

- On the face of the waters. 110S4 

- Voices in the night. ........ H0S2 

Steel. For list of related subjects, see Metallurgy. 

- In Cassell's New technical educator, v. 1-6. ill. - - 60306-11 

- In Cochrane (C. H.) Modern industrial progress. 1904. ill. 67002 

- Wylie (C.) Reed's Iron and steel founding. 1905. ill.- - 67202 
Steele (Sir Richard) Crisis [on the Hanoverian succession]. 

In Famous pamphlets. E8M1 

Steele, Sir Richard. In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. 12T7 

Steeple- chasing ; by A. Coventry and A. E. T. Watson. 1901. ill. 79804 
Steevens (George W.) From Capetown to Ladysmith. Egypt 

in 1898. 1900. maps. 96401 

- Glimpses of three nations [London, Paris, Germany]. 1901. - 91014 

- In India. . 1905. map. 94709 

- The land of the dollar [United States]. 1900. - - - 97204 

- Things seen. 1900. mem. port. E2S1 

The new humanitarianism. What happened in Thessaly. The Dreyfus 
case. The jubilee [1897]. In search of a famine. [Etc.] 

- With Kitchener to Khartum. 1899. maps, plans. - - 95702 
Stein (M. A.) Sand-buried ruins of Khotan. 1903. ill. map.- 94902 
Step (Edward) Wayside and woodland blossoms. 1905. 2 v. ill. 58209-10 
Stephen (Sir James) Essays in ecclesiastical biography. 2 v.- 99804-5 
Stephen (Sir Leslie) Hours in a library. 1892-9. 3 v. - - E6S1-3 

1. De Foe's novels. Richardson's novels. Pope as a moralist. Scott. 
Hawthorne. Balzac's novels. De Quincey. Sir Thomas Browne. Jonathan 
Edwards. Horace Walpole. 2. Dr. Johnson's writings. Crabbe. Hazlitt. 
Disraeli's novels. Massinger. Fielding's novels. Cowper and Rousseau. 
The first Edinburgh reviewers. Wordsworth's ethics. Landor's Imaginary- 
conversations. Macaulay. 3. Charlotte Bronte. Kingsley. Godwin and 
Shelley. Gray and his school. Sterne. Country books. George Eliot. 
Autobiography. Carlyle's ethics. The state trials. Coleridge. 

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Stephen, Sir Leslie. Maitland (F. W.) The life and letters of 

Leslie Stephen. 1906. bibl. port. S221 

Stephen Archer, and other tales ; by G. MacDonald. - - 10 M 30 

Stephen Kyrle, an Australian story ; by K. Andrews. - - 65 A 1 

Stephens (Henry M.) Portugal [a history]. 1899. ill. map.- 93402 

Stephenson, George and Robert. In Smiles (S.) Engineers, v. 5. 99711 

Sterling, John. Carlyle (J.) The life of John Sterling, port. - S141 

Sterne, Laurence. In Stephen (Sir L.) Hours in a library, v. 3. E6S3 

- In Thackeray (W. M.) English humourists. - 12T7 

- Traill (H. D.) Sterne [a biography]. 1882. - - - - S161 
Steuart (A. F.) The exiled Bourbons in Scotland. 1908. ill- B401 

Steuart ( John A. ) Quicksands. 116 SI 

Steveni (William B.) The Scandinavian question. 1905. map. 94109 
Stevens (F. H.) joint-author. See Hall (H. S.) 

Stevens (John A.) Albert Gallatin [a biography]. 1883. - - G221 

Stevenson (J. H.) Ruthven of Freeland peerage and its critics. R051 

Stevenson (Robert L.) Across the plains, with other essays. 1905. E5S1 

The old Pacific capital [Mouterey]. Fontainebleau. Epilogue to "An 
inland voyage." Random memories. The lantern-bearers. Dreams. [Etc.] 

- Edinburgh [picturesque notes]. 1905. ill. .... 92007 

- Essays in the art of writing. 1905. 80807 

Elements of style in literature. Morality of the profession of letters. 
Books which have influenced me. A note on realism. My first book, 
' ' Treasure Island. ' ' [Etc. ] 

- Essays of travel. 1905. 90811 

- Familiar studies of men and books. 1906. .... E5S3 

Hugo's romances. Some aspects of Burns. Whitman. Thoreau. 
Yoshida-Torajiro. Villon. Charles of Orleans. Pepys. John Knox and 
women. 

- In the South Seas, two cruises. 1900. 99203 

- An inland voyage [France]. 1898. 93107 

- Memories and portraits. 1906. E5S4 

Foreigner at home. Old mortality [death]. A college magazine. Talk 
and talkers. Character of dogs. A gossip on romance. A humble remon- 
strance. [Etc.] 

- The Silverado squatters. 1901. 97402 

- Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes. 1905. - - - 93302 

- Underwoods [poems]. 1906. 702 S 

- A Lowden Sabbath morn [a poem]. 1898. ill. - - - 701 S 

- Vailima letters, 1890-4. 1906. port. S075 

- Virginibus puerisque, and other papers. 1906. - - - E5S2 

Crabbed age and youth. An apology for idlers. Ordered south. The 
English admirals. Child's play. [Etc.] 

- The black arrow, a tale of the two roses. .... 119 S 2 

- Island nights' entertainments. 119 S3 

The beach of Falesa. The bottle imp. The isle of voices. 

- Kidnapped, adventures of David Balfour. .... 119S4 

- Catriona, a sequel to " Kidnapped." 119 SI 

- The master of Ballantrae, a tale. 119 S 5 

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Stevenson (Robert L.) The merry men, and other tales. - - 119S11 

Will o' the mill. Markheim. Thrawu Janet. Olalla. The treasure of 
Franchard. 

- New Arabian nights. 119 S 6 

The Suicide Club. The rajah's diamond. The pavilion on the links. A 
lodging for the night. The sire de Maletroit's door. Providence and the 
guitar. 

- Prince Otto, a romance. 119S12 

- St. Ives, adventures of a French prisoner in England. - - 119 S 9 

- The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. - - - 119 S 13 

- Treasure Island. --------- H9S7 

- Weir of Hermiston, an unfinished romance. 2 copies. - - 119 S 16 

- and Osbourne (L.) The ebb-tide. 119 S 10 

- - The wrecker. --------- 119 s 8 

The wrong box. 119 S 15 

- and Stevenson (F. van de G.) The dynamiter. - - - 119 S 14 

A sequel to "New Arabian nights," 119 S 6. 
Stevenson, Robert L. Black (M. M.) Stevenson [a biography]. - S074 

- In Couch (A. T. Quiller) Adventures in criticism. 1896. - E3C1 

- Hammer ton (J. A.) In the track of R. L. Stevenson, and else- 

where in old France. 1907. ill. 93303 

ed. Stevensoniana, an anecdotal life. 1907. port. ill. - S073 

- Kelman (J. ) The faith of Robert Louis Stevenson. 1907. - S071 

- In Rickett (A. ) The vagabond in literature. 1906. port. - 99916 

- Rosebery (Earl of) Stevenson [etc.] appreciations. 1905. port. 99612 

- Simpson (E. B.) Robert L. Stevenson's Edinburgh days. 1898. S072 
Stewart (Agnes G.) Academic Gregories [biographies]. 1901. G091 
Stewart (Alexander) Nether Lochaber. 1883. - - - 92205 
Stewart (Andrew) Comic Scotch readings, ill. - - - 82711 

- ed. Humorous readings, maistly Scotch, ill. - - - - 82708 

- Readings and dialogues, maistly Scotch. - 82709 
Stewart (B.) Handbook on railway surveying. 1908. ill. - 62702 

- The laud of the maple leaf, Canada. 1908. ill. - - - 96905 

Stewart (Balfour) The conservation of energy. 1900. ill. - 53102 

Stewart (Dugald) Works ;ed. by Sir W.Hamilton. 1854-60. llv.19218-28 

1. Metaphysical, ethical, and political philosophy. 2-4. Philosophy of 
the human mind. 5. Philosophical essays. 6-7. Philosophy of the active 
and moral powers of man. 8-9. Lectures on political economy. 10. Memoir 
of Dugald Stewart ; by J. Veitch. Adam Smith. William Robertson. 
Thomas Reid. 11. Index. 

Stewart (George) Progress of Glasgow. 1883. - - - 92306 

Stewart, John. In De Quincey (T. ) Collected writings, v. 3. 1897. D063 

Stewart (R. W.) Magnetism and electricity. 1904. ill. - 53801 

- The new matriculation heat. 1907. ill. - 53607 

- The new matriculation sound. 1908. ill. - - - - 53403 
Stickit minister [etc.] ; by S. R. Crockett. 2 copies. - - 118C6 
Stickit minister's wooing [etc.] ; by S. R. Crockett. 2 copies. - 118 C 5 
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history, 18th and 19th centuries. 1906. ill. - - - ©1805 
Stirling, William Alexander, Earl of. In Fergusson (R. M.) 

Alexander Hume and his intimates. 1899. - - - H031 
Stirling. Fleming (J. S.) The old Castle Vennal. 1906. ill.- 92509 

" With the old Brig of Stirling." 
Stirlingshire, The history of; by W. Nimmo. 1880. 2 v. map. 92516-7 
Stock exchange. For list of related subjects, see Money. 

- Poley (A. P.) and Gould (F. H. C.) The history, law, and 

practice of the stock exchange. 33215 

Stockton (Frank R.) The hundredth man. - - - - 124S2 

- The Squirrel Inn. 124S1 

Stoddart (Anna M.) The life of Isabella Bird. 1906. ill. maps. B301 
Stoddart (Jane T.) The life of the Empress Eugenie. 1906. ill. E131 
Stoicism. For list of other philosophical systems, see Philosophy. 

- Brown (J. B.) Stoics and saints. 1893. 27029 

The later age of Greek philosophy and the epicurean and stoic schools. 
Epictetus and the last effort of the heathen philosophy. Marcus Aurelius, 
and the approximation of the heathen to the Christian schools. Why could 
not the stoic regenerate society ? [Etc.] 

- Capes (W. W.) Stoicism. 1880. 18802 

Stoker (Bram) Personal reminiscences of H. Irving. 1906. 2 v. 1011-2 

Stolen bacillus, and other incidents ; by H. G. Wells. - - 35W2 
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- Porter (M. W.) What Rome was built with. 1907. bibl. - 93634 

"A description of the stones employed for its building and decoration." 
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Stoneware. Barber (E. A.) Salt glazed stoneware. 1907. ill. 73805 
Stopes (Charlotte C.) British freewomen. 1894. - - - 39601 
Storey (George A.) Sketches from memory. 1899. port. ill. S181 
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Story (Alfred T. ) Life and work of Sir J. Noel Pa ton. 1895. ill. P071 

- The story of photography, ill. 77001 

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- Ross (P.) Prince Charlie in Rome. In his Kingcraft [etc.] - E3R1 
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Stuarts. Leith (W. F.) ed. Narratives of Scottish Catholics 

under Mary Stuart and James VI. 1885. - - - 27511 
Stubbs (Charles W.) Bp. Charles Kingsley and the Christian 

social movement. 1904. K051 

- The land and the labourers. 1893. 33803 

Stubbs, William, Bp. Hutton (W. H.) William Stubbs, Bishop 

of Oxford, 1825-1901. 1906. bibl. port. - - - S021 

- Paul (H. W.) Bishops and historians. In his Stray leaves. - E2P1 
Study. For list of related subjects, see Culture. 

- Boole (M.) Symbolical methods of study. 1884. - - - 37403 
Study in scarlet ; by Sir A. Conan Doyle. 51 D 8 

Sherlock Holmes series, No. 1. 

Style. See Rhetoric. 

* Subject of all verse ' ; by P. Sidney. 1907. ill. - - - 82306 
An enquiry into the authorship of the epitaph composed on Mary, 
Countess of Pembroke. 

Sublime. See .Esthetics. 

Success. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Bok (E. W.) Successward. 1895. 17402 

- Carnegie (A.) How to win fortune. In his Empire of business. 33014 

- In Emerson (R. W. ) Society and solitude. 1895.- - - E1E7 
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Suetonius. Lives of the twelve Caesars, grammarians, rhetori- 
cians, and poets ; trans, by A. Thomson. 1896. - - 87803 

- Stories of the Caesars [Latin text] ; with notes. - - - 47812 
Suffolk (Earl of) and others. Racing. 1901. ill. - - 79804 
Suicide. For list of related subjects, see Ethics. 

- Morselli (H. ) Suicide, an essay. 1899. maps. - - - 17901 
Suidas. Jebb (Sir R. C. ) Suidas on the change ascribed to 

Sophocles in regard to trilogies. In his Essays. 1907- - E2J1 

Sulley (Philip) ed. Robert Burns and Dumfries. 1896. - - B194 

Sullivan, Sir Arthur S. In Willeby (C. ) English music, port. - 99701 

Sullivan (Sir Edward) and others. Yachting. 1904. 2 v. ill. 79707-8 

Sully (James) Illusions, a psychological study. 1895. - - 13301 

- Outlines of psychology. 1901. 15003 

- The teacher's handbook of psychology. 1906. - - - 15007 
Summer in a canon, a California story ; by K. D. Wiggin. - 52 W 6 
Summers (W. H.) The Lollards of the Chiltern Hills. 1906. - 91606 
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- - A voyage in the 'Sunbeam' [1876-7]. 1907. Ul. - - 90814 
Sunday. Schaff (P.) The Christian Sabbath. In his Christ and 

Christianity. 1885. 23019 

- Tyndall (J.) The Sabbath. In his New fragments. 1905. - 50411 

Sundered hearts ; by A. S. Swan. 147S14 

Sunderland, Charles Spencer, Earl of. In Merz (T.) The junto. 99606 
Sunderland (J. T.) Miracles and modern knowledge. In What 

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Sunrise, a story ; by W. Black. 62B17 

Super (O. B.) ed. Anecdotes faciles et poesies. 1905. - - 44824 
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- In Kingsley (C.) Health and education. 1887. - - - E1K3 

- Mayo (H.) Truths contained in popular superstitions. 1851. 13306 
Surgeon's daughter ; by Sir W. Scott. 35S25 

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Surrey. Jekyll (G.) Old west Surrey, notes and memories, ill. 91743 

- Jennings (L. J. ) Field paths in Surrey and Sussex. 1907. ill. 91711 

- Parker (E.) Highways and by ways in Surrey. 1908. ill. map. 91745 
Surveying. For list of related subjects, see Astronomy. 

- Usill (G. W.) Practical surveying. 1908. ill. - - - 52601 

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Suspiria de profundis ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 13. 82801 

"Being a sequel to ' The confessions of an English opium eater,' " D063. 

Sussex. Jennings (L. J.) Field paths and green lanes in Surrey 

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Suzuki (Daisetz T.) Outlines of Mahayana Buddhism. 1907. - 29404 
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- Swedenborg (E. ) Arcana coelestia, the heavenly arcana; with 

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Sweetland (C. A.) Loose leaf book-keeping and accounting, ill. 65703 
Swett (John) American public schools. 1900. - 37903 

Swift (Benjamin). See Paterson (William R.) 

Swift (Jonathan) Works, selected ; ed. by D. L. Purves. mem. 82841 
A tale of a tub. Gulliver's travels. Journal to Stella. Various papers 
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- In Johnson (S.) Lives of the poets, v. 3. 1781. - - - 99926 

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Swinburne (Algernon C.) Age of Shakespeare [dramatists]. - 82524 

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- Handbook for Switzerland [etc.] 1904. maps. - - - 93502 

- Hug (Mrs. L.) and Stead (R.) Switzerland [a history], ill. - 93501 

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Sword of Gideon ; by J. E. Bloundelle Burton. - - - - 113 B 3 

Sybil ; by the Earl of Beaconsfield. 31 B 5 

Sydenham, Thomas. Brown (J.) Locke and Sydenham. In 

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Sylvia's lovers ; by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell. 10 G 6 

Symonds (John A.) Shelley [a biography]. 1887. - - - S082 

Symons (Arthur) An introduction to Browning. 1906. - - 82410 

- ed. A pageant of Elizabethan poetry. 1906. - 82303 
Symons, Arthur. Murdoch ( W. G.B.) The work of A. Symons. 1907.82412 
Synge (John M.) The Aran Islands. 1907. - - - 92612 
Synonyms. For list of related subjects, see Language, English. 

- Farquharson (J. A. ) Dictionary of synonyms. - - - 42401 
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Syracuse. In Creasy (Sir E. S.) Decisive battles. 1906.- - 90407 

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- Luther (M.) Table-talk. 24406 

- Selden (J.) Table-talk. 1S97. 82819 

Tache du petit pierre ; par J. Mairet ; with notes. 1900.- - 44838 
Tacitus. Works. 1SS9. 2 v. 87801-2 

1. The annals [of Rome]. 2. The history [of Rome]. Germany. 
Agricola. Dialogue on orators. 

Tact, push, aud principle [conduct of life] ; by W. M. Thayer. - 17404 

Tadema, Sir Lawrence A. [life] ; by P. C. Standing. 1905. port. ill. T011 

Tait (James) Did Richard II. murder the Duke of Gloucester ? 

In Historical essays. 1907. 90409 

Tait (James) Seamanship. 1907. ill. 65604 

Tait (James) Two centuries of Border church life. 1889. ill. 28508 
Tait (Peter G.) Properties of matter. 1907. ill. - - - 53009 

Taking the Bastile ; by A. Dumas. 58D9 

" Sequel to { The queen's necklace,' " 58 D 8. 
Talbot (Edward S.) Bp. The preparation in history for Christ. 

In Lux mundi. 1895. - - 23004 

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Talleyrand. In Bulwer (Sir H. L.) Historical characters, port. 
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- Montague (E. R.) Tales from the Talmud. 1906.- 
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Tannahiul (Robert) Poems, songs, correspondence, mem. port 

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Tariff. See Free trade and protection. 

Tarkington (Booth) In the arena, stories of political life. - 60T1 

Tartarin on the Alps ; by A. Daudet. 8D1 

Tartars, Revolt of the ; by T. De Quincey. In his Writings, v. 7. 90402 
Tassie, James and William, a sketch ; by J. M. Gray. bibl. port. ill. T031 
Taste. See Esthetics. 

Tatham (Frederick) William Blake [his] life. 1906. ill. - B081 
Tatler [essays] ; by J. Addison. In his Works, v. 2. - - E1A3 

Tautphceus (Baroness) The initials, a novel. - - - - 3T1 

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Tawareks. See Tuaregs. 

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- Burke (E.) Speech on American taxation. In his Works, v. 1. 82811 

- Chapman (S. J.) Local government and state aid. 1899. - 35203 

" The payment to local authorities of certain imperial taxes." 

- Smart (W.) Taxation of land values, and single tax. 1900. - 33603 

- See also Land. 

Taxidermy. For list of related subjects, see Biology. 

- Davis (W. J.) Bird and animal preserving. 1907. bibl. ill. - 57901 

Taylor (Ernest E.) Cameos from the life of George Fox. ill. F091 

Taylor (Sir Henry) Philip van Artevelde, a [drama]. 1849. - 601 T 

Taylor (Ida A. ) Sir Walter Raleigh [a biography]. 1902. - R022 

Taylor (Isaac) Logic in theology, and other essays. 1859. - E1T2 

The state of Unitarianism in Ed gland. Nilus, the Christian courtier in 
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Theodosius, pagan usages and the Christian magistrate. Julian, prohibitive 
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Mind in form. Modern advancements and lay inventors, 
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Taylor, Isaac. Stephen (Sir J.) The historian of enthusiasm. 

In his Essays in ecclesiastical biography, v. 2. 1907. - 99805 
Taylor (James) Great historic families of Scotland. 6 v. - 99613-8 

Taylor (Jeremy) Bp. Holy living and dying. - 24101 
Taylor, Jeremy, Bp. Blatchford (R.) Holy living and dying. 

In his Book about books. 1903. E5B1 

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- Flowers, origin, shapes, perfumes, colours. 1906. col. ill. - 58103 

- Geological stories. 1904. ill. 55003 

Taylor (T. E. ) Running the blockade, American civil war. 1896. 97203 

[Taylor (William)] Autobiography of a Highland minister. - T051 

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- The ministry of the Word. 1870. - 25102 

Tchaikovsky, Peter I. Newmarch (R.) Tchaikovsky, his life 

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- Tchaikovsky (M.) Life and letters of P. I. Tchaikovsky. 1906. T091 
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- Bosanquet (B. ) Artistic handwork in education. In his 

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- See also Manual training. 

Teetgen ( Ada B. ) Life of the Empress Pulcheria. 1907. ill. map. P211 
Teeth. For list of related subjects, see Medicine. 

- Hyatt (T. P.) The teeth and their care. 1907. ill. - - 61702 
Tekel, or, the wonderland of the Bible ; by J. Horton. 1906. - 22001 

" A sequel to ' My search for truth, and what I found,' " 20101. 

Tekmoreian Guest-Friends; by Sir